December 2020 Newsletter


As 2020 comes to an end and we approach the holiday season, I want to take this time to offer my sincerest gratitude for your service to GI of the Rockies. On behalf of the GRock BOD, I thank you for your outstanding commitment to our patients and this practice, especially this year!


For many of us, the upcoming season of giving thanks is more reflective than usual. The pandemic has taken a toll on everyone's lives, whether it being isolated from friends and family, the unknowns of living in the pandemic, or loved ones we may have lost this year.


As I reflect on the past year, I am thankful for all of the contributions each of you have made to this organization - the big things, the little things you often do alone and unseen, answering 99 questions a day while executing on your primary tasks, solving problems, and putting out fires - I see your hard work and sacrifices and am grateful you are a part of the GI of the Rockies team.


Each of you play an important role in the advancement of our mission through your dedication and hard work. This practice has been committed to clinical and service excellence since 1988 and serves the purpose of eliminating and preventing colorectal cancer in the communities we serve. Regardless of your role and tenure with this organization, you have made an impact on the lives of our patients. Your dedicated efforts reaffirm my belief that GI of the Rockies’ best days are ahead.


I hope you also take the time to reflect on the important work you do and can find satisfaction in working alongside talented and committed colleagues. Together, we can evolve and grow to further our mission in 2021. I wish you and yours a joyous and healthy holiday season.


Sincerely,


Jason Richardson

CEO

Gastroenterology of the Rockies

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