Telluride Med Center: Dr. Bill Hall Returns
New doctor joins the Telluride Medical Center Emergency Team, returning to where his journey into medicine began.
The Telluride Regional Medical Center welcomes a new Emergency Medicine physician to the team.
Dr. William “Bill” Hall first moved to Telluride to ski in 1988, but soon became involved in EMS, which led him off the slopes and on to medical school. After years at St Mary’s in Grand Junction, Dr. Hall is back where it all began.
Dr. Hall is board certified in emergency medicine and brings 15 years experience working in a high-acuity, Level-II trauma center. He is also a clinical instructor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Dr. Hall joins Dr. Diana Koelliker, Dr. Paul Koelliker and Dr. Dan Hehir, a team which has been providing emergency services to Telluride residents since 2005. He replaces Dr. Simon Kotylar who joined the team in 2013.
“We’re sad to see Dr. Kotylar move on, but also excited for him as he continues to pursue his passion for medicine. We’re also thrilled to bring Dr. Hall onto the team, and expect the community will welcome him back with open arms,” said the Medical Center’s CEO, John Gardner.
More about the Telluride Medical Center:
Telluride Regional Medical Center provides the highest quality, comprehensive Primary Care and exceptional Emergency/Trauma Services. Since 1978, the Med Center has evolved, wherever possible, right along with complex healthcare technologies and population growth, while remaining within the 10,000-square-foot remodeled residential building, built in the 1960s.
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