Who We Are
National Jewish Health is known worldwide for treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders, and for groundbreaking medical research. Founded in 1899 as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish Health remains the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to these disorders. National Jewish Health has ranked as the number one or number two hospital in pulmonology on the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list ever since pulmonology was included in the rankings.
Read a message from our President and CEO, Michael Salem, MD, explaining what makes National Jewish Health a unique health care experience.
Science Transforming Life®
We are pioneering the new era of preventive and personalized medicine by integrating the latest scientific discoveries and coordinated care for lung, heart and immune diseases. Learn more about our initiatives in personalized medicine.
Our mission is to heal, to discover and to educate as a preeminent health care institution. Learn more about our focus on these areas.
Our strategic plan is a 10-year vision that will guide us as we grow and pioneer personalized medicine. The essence of the plan is the true integration of our research, clinical and educational efforts at the point of the patient.
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Part of what makes National Jewish Health great is our history as a nonprofit clinical, research and educational facility. Learn about our history, which dates back to 1899.
Accomplishments & Awards
National Jewish Health is known worldwide for specializing in lung, heart, and immune diseases. Learn about our notable achievements.
Read a financial overview of revenue and expenditures and download documents, such as IRS Form 990.
Our leaders give their time, energy and resources to build and implement a vision for the institution. Learn about our Officers, Council of National Trustees and Board of Directors.
National Jewish Health has relationships with numerous health care organizations, including Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver and Mt. Sinai in New York. Learn more.
Working together to deliver highly coordinated, patient-centered care.
The Respiratory Institute creates new options for patients in the New York City area.