“We have not had any interest in any future work at UMass,” she wrote.
“We are no longer in business.”
She said the company will continue to maintain its relationship with the university and is “fully committed” to its employees and patients.
In an interview with the Boulder Daily Camera, her father, Jerry, a UMass doctor, said the family had a “strong relationship” with the hospital, which has been home to hundreds of patients.
“They have been great to us,” he said.
“They have made us feel welcome.
They have been very kind to us.”
He said his family was also happy for the work done by a team of health care researchers who were in charge of the new building, but stressed that UMass’ role in the construction process would not be preserved.
“The work was done very carefully and with great care and care,” he told the newspaper.
“It was very well done and I’m sure the family will appreciate the work that they did.
But we’re not going to have any affiliation with them.”
Dr Schulte said the construction of the $200 million medical center was an important milestone in the development of the hospital’s new facility, which opened in February 2017.
The new facility is the third medical center to open in the UMass-Boulder area in the last two decades.
The first, the UMC Medical Center, opened in 2006.