UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center (YVMC) is a 39-bed acute care hospital providing sophisticated medical services to more than 51,000 outpatients annually. We are a non-profit, non-tax-supported community hospital that is dedicated to serving the needs of residents throughout northwest Colorado.

Electronic Records for YVMC Patients

My Chart provides patients and their families with access to health information online at any time, from almost anywhere. View appointments, health information, billing and more, all in one convenient location.  For YVMC Patients to enroll in myChart online, you need to know your Medical Record number and have an email address on file with YVMC.  If you have any questions, please call 970-871-2387.

My Chart Login – YVMC Patients Only My Chart Sign Up – YVMC Patients Only

To request online access to patient records other than your own, you and the patient(if 15 years or older) will need to fill out and sign a Proxy Form.

YVMC Patients 15 and Older YVMC Patients Younger Than 15

Medical Records Request

To request online access to patient records other than your own, a proxy form must be completed and returned to the YVMC Health Information Management Department via fax at 970.879.0297, via e-mail at medicalrecords@uchealth.org, or by mail to the attention of our department at the address listed above.

Medical Records Release Lanzamiento de expedientes médicos

Online Billpay for YVMC Patients

Please click the following link to visit UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center’s online bill payment program.

Online Bill Pay – YVMC Patients Only

For questions related to your YVMC Hospital or Outpatient account, please call the YVMC Billing Office at  970-870-0111 or 855-432-4305.

Clinic Payments

Clinic payment options include paying over the phone and paying in person at the clinic.  These clinics include:

  • UCHealth Heart and Vascular Clinic – Steamboat Springs
  • UCHealth Heart and Vascular Clinic – Craig
  • UCHealth Women’s Care Clinic – Steamboat Springs
  • UCHealth Women’s Clinic – Craig
  • UCHealth Primary Care Clinic – Craig
  • Little Snake River Clinic

For questions regards billing at these clinics, please call 970-875-2760. Hours of operation in the billing department are Monday – Friday, 8am -5pm.

Financial Assistance at UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center

Yampa Valley Medical Center also offers help through our Financial Assistance Program. This program is solely funded by UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center and is in accordance with Colorado Revised Statue § 25-3-112 and 26 CFR 1.501(r)-0 through 26 CFR 1.501(r)-7. The Financial Assistance Program covers all urgent/emergent services and medically necessary services.  The decision to provide Financial Assistance will be based on a review of income, assets and liabilities. Income requirements will be defined in the hospital Financial Assistance Policy and Application

Contact a Patient Health Benefit Advisor today before applying to determine if you qualify for financial assistance. You may reach them by email or calling the number below.

Steps to applying for Financial Assistance

  1. Contact a Patient Health Benefit Advisor to confirm that you and your services are eligible.
  2. Sign the Financial Assistance/ CICP application and return it to the Patient Health Benefit Advisors.
  • Patients with last names A-L – Call 970-870-1137
  • Patients with last names M-Z – Call 970-871-2487
YVMC Financial Assistance Summary – English YVMC Financial Assistance Summary – Spanish

Self Pay

UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center will provide care without discrimination for emergency medical conditions regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. For all other services, self-pay patients are expected to pay in full prior to receiving service. When possible, we will estimate the required payment when you schedule your service. YVMC offers a 10% self-pay discount and another 10% discount if payment is made at the time of service.  Our Patient Health Benefit Advisors can help determine if you qualify for Financial Assistance or other programs and explain our prompt pay discounts.

For information please call the number listed below:

  • Patients with last names A-L – Call 970-870-1137
  • Patients with last names M-Z – Call 970-871-2487

Payment Plans

If you do not qualify for Financial Assistance, we will work with you to set up a payment plan for the self-pay portion of your bill.  Contact us today to set up the right payment plan for you.  Please call our billing office at 970-870-0111 or 855-304-1299.

Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP)

Yampa Valley Medical Center participates with the Colorado Indigent Care Program, a taxpayer supported program. Applicants must be Colorado residents and establish lawful presence in the United States. CICP covers all urgent/emergent and medically necessary services to provide a discount on your bill. Applicants need to be under 250% of the Federal Poverty Level to qualify.

Contact a Patient Health Benefit Advisor today before applying to determine if you qualify for CICP. You may reach them through email or by calling the number below.

Steps to Apply for CICP

  1. Contact a Patient Health Benefit Advisor to confirm that you and your services are eligible.
  2. Sign the Financial Assistance/ CICP application and return it to the Patient Health Benefit Advisors.
  • Patients with last names A-L – Call 970-870-1137
  • Patients with last names M-Z – Call 970-871-2487
CICP Application – English CICP Application – Spanish

YVMC Careers

To see a list of job openings and to apply for a job at Yampa Valley Medical Center, please visit yvmc.org/careers. YVMC job postings will be located on this site through early 2018.

We’re here to help

If you need more information, have a question or want to express a thank you, concern or complaint, please call the hospital main number at 970-879-1322.

YVMC Community Health

2016 YVMC Community Health Improvement Plan.

2016 Yampa Valley Community Health Needs Assessment

Visiting hours, access and parking

We welcome visitors between the hours of 8:00am and 10:00pm.

Patients have the option to request no visitors. When the attending physician or nursing staff determines that visiting could interfere with medical care, visitors will not be allowed.


Yampa Valley Medical Center’s doors are open during the following times:

Main entrance – 6am – 8pm
Visitor entrance – 6am – 8pm
Emergency Department walk-in entrance – 24 hours a day
Medical Office Building – YVMC connecting door – 7am – 6pm
Outpatient Pavilion entrance – 6am – 6pm

Anyone wishing to enter YVMC at other times must use either:

The red telephone near the main entrance inside entry doors.
The push button by the Emergency Department walk-in door.

Children visitors

Please consult nursing staff before inviting or bringing a child to visit a patient. Sick children are not permitted to visit at any time.

Intensive Care Unit

Visiting hours are dependent on the patient’s condition. Please call prior to visiting.

Emergency Department

Visitation is limited to one person per patient or as directed by the Emergency Department staff. It is preferred that no visitors are allowed during the initial exam or during any treatments.

Waiting area

Staff can direct you to an appropriate waiting area.


Parking is located in front of the hospital and outside of the Outpatient Pavilion. If your vehicle is parked overnight, please notify nursing staff of its location. During winter months, ask the nursing or admissions staff about our special parking instructions.

For after-hours or overnight parking, please park by the Emergency Department.



YVMC’s Eatery is located near the Visitor’s Entrance and offers fresh hot meals, cold drinks, sandwiches, salad bar and snacks. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available daily.

Cafe hours

Monday through Friday

  • Breakfast 7:00 am – 10:00 am
  • Lunch 11 am – 1:30 am
  • Dinner 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Saturday and Sunday

  • Breakfast 8:00am – 9:30am
  • Lunch 11:30am – 1:30pm
  • Dinner 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Patient meals are served at 8:00am, 12:00pm and 5:00pm

Yampa Joe’s 

Enjoy fresh smoothies, loose leaf teas, specialty coffees, homemade baked goods, and ready made snacks and sandwiches.

Monday through Thursday – 6:30am- 4:30pm

Friday’s – 6:30am – 12:30pm

Weekends & Holidays – Closed


Chief Executive Officer

Frank May

Chief Operating Officer

Soniya Fidler

Chief Nursing Officer

Marie Timlin, RN, MSN, MHA

Board of Trustees

Richard Lowe
Has lived in Steamboat Since 2008
Interests Include: Cycling, hiking, skiing and horses
Occupation: Retired – Former president of xpedx, a Division of International Paper company

Wade Gebhardt
Vice Chair
Has Lived in Steamboat Since 1999
Interest Include: Anything that is active and outdoors
Occupation: Corporate President Mountain Valley Bank

Scott Marr
Has lived in Steamboat since 2001
Interests include: Fly fishing, skiing and cycling
Occupation: Hospitality Management

Frans Hijkoop
Has lived in Steamboat since 2012
Interests include: running, hiking, cross country skiing
Occupation: Retired – former Chief Human Resources Officer, MetLife


Kristi Brown
Has lived in Steamboat Since 2011
Interests include: Family vacations, playing hockey, tennis, and card games
Occupation: Health and Wellness Coordinator for Hayden and South Routt School Districts

William F. Cox, Jr., M.D.
Lived in Steamboat from 1999 – 2016
Interests Include: Music, fly tying, fishing, and hunting
Occupation: Retired Surgical pathology and laboratory medicine

Sharon Gully, M.D.
Has lived in Steamboat since 1999
Interests include: Hiking and riding horses
Occupation: Retired from Gynecology practice

Frank May
Has lived in Steamboat since 1998
Interests include: Fly fishing
Occupation: YVMC Chief Executive Officer

David Niedermeier, M.D.
Has lived in Steamboat since 2009
Interests include: Doing everything outdoors that Steamboat has to offer
Occupation: Family Medicine Physician

Ron Spangler
Has lived in Steamboat since 1992
Interests include: Golf, fishing, sports in general, softball and photography
Occupation: Retired Human Resources Management, Safety, Training/Education
and Community Relations

Michael Stoltz
Has lived in Steamboat since 2014
Interests include: Hiking, cycling, fly fishing, skiing and motorcycling
Occupation: Retired partner from public accounting firms of Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen

Kevin Unger

Second generation Fort Collins native, born at Poudre Valley Hospital.
Interests include:  skiing, hunting, mountain biking, fly fishing and family travel
Occupation:  Kevin is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Poudre Valley Hospital and Medical Center of the Rockies, two of five hospitals within the University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) system and oversees management agreements with Ivinson Memorial Hospital and Sidney Regional Medical Center.

Chris Osborn
Fourth-generation Fort Collins native.
Interests include:  endurance swim events and skiing
Occupation:  Chris is an investor and entrepreneur. Mr. Osborn is current president and CEO of Coach Training Alliance, a global distance education school training and certifying life and executive coaches worldwide as well as offering organizational leadership development.  He also serves as Chairman and President of Global Proppant Supply and Chairman of Aqua-Hot of Frederick, Colorado. Chris is the Vice Chair on the UCHealth Board of Directors and member of the PVHS Board of Directors.

Community Health Resource Center

The medical library is located in the east wing of UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center.

Open Monday through Friday 10 am – 4 pm

  • Free health and medical information
  • A comprehensive medical library housing over 1,600 books and videos
  • Research information provided for medical personnel and the public
  • Subscriptions to many medical and health publications
  • Computer available for personal medical searches
  • Visit our Online Library Portal to see our collection of books and videos