This inexpensive wellbeing heart just expanded its dental, pharmacy offerings. Now it would like to present it off with a block social gathering

Down a very long extend of hallway lies colorful, cozy chairs. The partitions are adorned with similarly vibrant artwork designed from the arms of area neighborhood leaders and artists. Humming birds, bison and aunties gathered spherical rivers.

Sounds inviting, ideal? Inclusive?

All those are the core values of Tepeyac Community Health and fitness Middle and it’s only fitting that their new spot at 2101 E. 48th Ave. represents those values.

Tepeyac is celebrating its grand opening of the space on Saturday, inviting close by neighbors, neighborhood members, those fascinated in health care desires or just people searching to realize the path the center took to get to this place.

Tepeyac opened in 1995 underneath the identify Clínica Tepeyac in an 800-square-foot area on Kalamath Road in the Highland community with just two examination rooms.

The Tepeyac Community Health Center's new digs in Elyria Swansea. Sept. 7, 2023.
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Artwork by Dan Luna on display inside the Tepeyac Community Health Center's new digs in Elyria Swansea. Sept. 7, 2023.
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That increased to 10 rooms when it moved to a 6,000-square-foot area on Lincoln in Globeville. 1 place was reserved for a dentist. One space was reserved for behavioral wellbeing but sometimes it received utilized for other professional medical requires.

Now, Tepeyac life at the foundation of the Viña Apartments in Elyria-Swansea. The 10 rooms are even now there, in a person wing of the facility, as well as 10 a lot more in an adjacent wing, additionally more. The new house has quadrupled in sizing to about 24,500 square ft.

The 1 dental chair has turned into a dental suite with six added chairs, an X-ray place and two treatment rooms. The growth was a big inquire from local community associates.

“It’s just one of the most transformational areas,” explained Kristin Weber, director of main presents for Tepeyac. “It lets us to give substantially much more expanded expert services.”

Dental Director Dr. Bridget Remming echoed Weber’s sentiment. With the bigger space, the employees has absent from a single dentist and one particular dental assistant to a group of 11 with two dentists and a different coming in October.

Remming said this increase lets the dental workers to arrive at more individuals and also motivate clients to appear in for much more than just aches and pains.

The Tepeyac Community Health Center's dental team, in their new digs in Elyria Swansea. Sept. 7, 2023.
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Elvis is a non-human doll with human teeth that dental specialists with the Tepeyac Community Health Center take with them to teach kids about brushing and flossing. Sept. 7, 2023.
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“It’s a ton about producing people experience that they are deserving of coming in for far more than just ache. You are entitled to a smile that you’re proud of,” Remming said.

The new suite is also allowing new patients to occur in exclusively for dental solutions. Just before, Remming reported there was a prerequisite that all dental people necessary to be a component of the Tepeyac method, this means they had to have gained health care care from the clinic. Now the dental program is readily available to anybody.

“I hope we can go on to be a source for sufferers for them to get all of their dental demands,” Remming reported. “To go on to grow our dental products and services and definitely to not have our care be distinctive from treatment that you would

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