Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs will become part of University of Colorado Health, voters in the Front Range city decided Tuesday. Voters approved the lease of the city-owned hospital to UCH, a partnership comprised of University of Colorado Hospital and Poudre Valley Health System, passing the measure with an 82 percent approval rating. The vote means UCH will pay $1.7 billion over the life of the contract, including $74 million upfront. The addition of Memorial Hospital gives the health care group a presence from Colorado Springs to the Wyoming border. PVHS spent $300,000 in preparation of the Colorado Springs election.