Peak Vista receives $1.5 million from El Pomar Foundation for new Southeast clinic

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Peak Vista Community Health Centers received a $1.5 million grant from the El Pomar Foundation to help finance its new medical clinic in Southeast Colorado Springs.

The funding, to be paid out in three annual installments of $500,000, will help pay for extensive renovations for the Health Center at Jet Wing.

In other Peak Vista news, Dr. Lisa Ramey, the nonprofit’s former senior vice president of medical services, moved into a new role as chief medical and dental officer.

In addition to leading the medical, dental and behavioral health departments at Peak Vista, Ramey will “focus on effectively and strategically promoting the well-being of the organization to community partners for the benefit of all community members,” the nonprofit noted in a statement.

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