Hospital recognition, coffee tasting room reopens – Loveland Critique-Herald

Banner Hospitals Receive Awards for Helping Heart Attack Patients

Banner Health’s McKee Medical Center in Loveland and Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley received the NCDR Chest Pain MI Registry Platinum Achievement Award for 2022 from the American College of Cardiology.

According to a press release, the award recognizes the commitment and success of McKee and NCMC in advancing higher standards of care for heart attack patients.

“I am honored to receive this award for McKee and NCMC and to be recognized for the high quality of care we provide for each of our heart attack patients,” said Dr. Jason Hatch, Interventional Cardiologist at Banner Health. in release.

Conundrum Coffee reopens tasting room

Toddy’s Conundrum Coffee Tasting Room will reopen to the public on Tuesday, May 24th.

“The Tasting Room is a small, private space that is the gateway to our roastery and manufacturing facility, so we’ve been waiting for the latest COVID-related guidance to keep us comfortable reopening,” Toddy President Julia Leach said. in a press release.

The tasting room, located at 3706 Aldrin Drive in Centerra, will be open from 7:00 am to 2:30 pm Monday through Friday.

The first 25 visitors on opening day can take home a free can of cold beer.

The tasting room specializes in cold drinks and offers a full espresso menu as well as a tap wall serving premium cold beer options like nitro coffee and artisanal tea.

Visitors can also watch roasting in action and sample single and blended coffees.

Conundrum Coffee began as a research and development arm of Toddy, which pioneered the cold brew coffee industry in the US over 50 years ago.

Details at

Product Management Training Bootcamp

Colorado State University and Fullstack Academy have expanded their partnership to launch a product management bootcamp program.

According to a press release, the program covers core product management skills such as user interface (UI)/user experience (UX), product design, marketing and more in just 25 weeks.

The part-time online training course will start in October 2022. Registration is open until 18 October.

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• Namaste Salon & Spa in Fort Collins has been renamed Harlow Gold Salon & Spa. It is located at 140 W. Oak St., Suite 140, Fort Collins. His new website will be

• Covidien, Mansfield, Massachusetts, has received a patent (#11,324,545, originally filed April 24, 2020) developed by 12 co-inventors for “a surgical instrument with a resilient drive element and associated methods of use.” Contributors include Duane E. Kerr and Kim W. Brandt, both Loveland.


• Regina Ninan is certified as a Certified Financial Planner. Ninan works in the financial planning department of Fort Collins.

• Rachel Schlegel partnered with Old Town Media in Fort Collins. She has been with the company for four years.


Craft market in the backyard, 4 pm to 8 pm, Friday, May 27 at Backyard Tap, 323 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland. The craft market will feature 25 local artisans. Website:
Social networks on the roof, 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm, Friday, May 27, Desk Workplace, 201 E. Fourth St., Loveland. With a DJ and a guest on the roof. 5 dollars. Tickets are for two-hour intervals. Website:

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