Mercy expands care teams and centers

March 8, 2023
CommonSpirit Health commits $4 million to state-of-the-art sports medicine and performance center and wellness programs at Fort Lewis College.

Centura Mercy Hospital is committed to evolving and growing its legacy of whole person care for Four Corners residents. In order to meet the continuing needs of our community, we’re expanding the number and specialty of health care providers and services. 

We have added 13 providers to our primary care team over the last year and a half with plans to add five new primary care providers throughout the year. In addition, we have welcomed new specialist providers to our medical staff including an interventional cardiologist, a cardiology advanced practice provider and a nephrologist, and, most recently, a hand and upper extremity surgeon who joined our orthopedic team. It is a priority for us to continue to recruit compassionate, quality caregivers to serve you and your loved ones. 

New surgery and performance centers 

We understand the importance of timely access to care and are making strides to address this need by growing not only our care teams but our physical spaces as well. This year Mercy Hospital, in partnership with our caregivers, will break ground on a 13,500-square-foot surgery center to increase access for inpatient and outpatient surgical services right here where you live and work.  

Health and wholeness come in many forms, and as an outdoor enthusiasts’ playground, the Four Corners region needs a destination center to heal sports injuries and get active people back to doing what they love. To that end, Mercy Hospital is partnering with Fort Lewis College to enhance sports medicine for students and student-athletes with a state-of-the-art Centura Sports Performance Center, opening soon.  

We are also aligning with Fort Lewis College to support community wellness through suicide awareness, overdose prevention and leaning into food as medicine through our food security work. Lastly, we are proud to partner with the college on cultural celebrations that will enhance health equity for underserved populations.  

As members of this community, Centura Mercy Hospital’s administration, clinicians, nurses and support staff want to continue to learn from all of you and engage across the region to learn more and help extend our rich 140-year legacy. We look forward to hearing your stories from the past and ideas on how we grow in the future to help us grow as a flourishing, connected community of healthy neighbors.