Jack Eck, one of the Vail Valley Medical Center's pioneering physicians and a beloved community "doc" within the Vail Valley, has accepted a new role as Executive Vice President Clinical Program Development and Community Outreach, effectively the ambassador for the VVMC, a revered institution that he was instrumental in expanding.
Cardiac-related services soon grew at the VVMC, as did the cancer center and hospice care.
From the beginning, Eck professed that the young, energetic Vail Community was very much in need of quality health care; he worked on a grass roots level to raise funds and create the facilities and the operational back-up to form the well-respected VVMC.
Ron Davis, chairman of the VVMC Board of Directors, recently asked Jack to serve in the unique role of Executive Vice President Clinical Program Development and Community Outreach.
We are very excited to work with the team of professionals at NeoDyme," said Stan Anderson, senior director of support services at VVMC.
Founded in 1967, VVMC is a major regional resource providing a wide range of healthcare services for a six-county region.