2023 Award for Excellence in Healthcare Nominees

Middle Park Medical Center Physical Therapists

KC Rose

KC is a registered nurse with Grand County Public Health in the role of the child care health consultant. KC also cooks and presents for the senior nutrition lunch and learn program at the libraries, and is lead for the State Tobacco Education, Prevention and Partners grant program.

On her days off from Public Health, KC works for Namaste Hospice and as a Mayo Clinic certified health and wellness coach.

In addition to her work, she enjoys her herd of 4 mules, hiking with her two rescue puppies, kayaking, gardening, recipe development and healthy cooking.

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The Rotary Club of Granby
The Rotary Club of Granby’s mission statement is:

Doing Good with Fun and Fellowship from Granby to the World.
And Service above Self.

The Rotary Club of Granby has supported the community of Granby since 1986 by volunteering and raising funds for grants. Fundraising activities include the 4th of July Party in the Park and the concession stand at the Flying Heels Rodeo.

Below are some of the projects our club funded in 2023-2024:

Local Grants paid $13,250
Scholarships Trade Schools and College $10,500
Granby Elementary XC SKI Program $6,000
Polhamus Park Climbing Wall $6,000
RYLA (Youth Leadership Camp 4 kids) $ 2,400
Youth Exchange Student $5,000 Polio Plus Donations $3,000
Rotary Foundation Donations $ 3,000
Plastic Recycling Program 1500 lbs (3 benches)
Tire Recycling Event ‐ 800 Tires
Shred‐A‐Thon Event
Dolly Parton Library ‐ 90+ kids
Dictionaries ‐ to all 3rd Graders

Jubil Young
Originally from Iowa, Jubil attended undergraduate at Iowa State University and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Des Moines University in 2013. He has been with Middle Park Health since 2014 and has served the Director of Rehabilitation Services since 2017. True to his roots, Jubil has passion for rural healthcare and was drawn to practice in a rural community. He has been instrumental in improving access to therapy throughout the community and works closely with the area High Schools through Sports Medicine and the Homegrown Talent Initiative. Jubil says, “The best part about my position is seeing the positive impact my team makes in the health of our community.”

He is most happy spending time with his wife and young child exploring the rivers, lakes, and mountains in the county on foot, bike, skis, or raft.

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