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Institutional vision is led by our Board of Directors, Officers and Administration, and Council of National Trustees. Faculty and staff manage our clinical, research and support service departments.
Partnering with other health care facilities and corporate organizations is vital to the mission and vision of National Jewish Health.
National Jewish Health is the leading respiratory hospital in the nation and has been recognized as such through a variety of outside measurements and tangible achievements.
Download the 2019 annual report, Breaking New Ground. Past publications are available in our annual report archive.
Since 1899, we’ve made groundbreaking discoveries; educated providers, scientists and patients; and integrated the latest discoveries with personalized, coordinated care for respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders. Learn more.
Our research identified community health needs, which we group into two categories: respiratory health and social and behavioral health.
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Our specialty care clinics for adults and children are open and ready to serve you. Your health is important, and that means taking care of your existing health care issues.
To make an appointment, call 303.398.1355 or make an appointment online.
As we schedule appointments, including necessary procedures, we're taking every precaution to ensure your safety. All staff and providers are required to wear masks and other personal protective equipment, and our facilities are continually cleaned using enhanced sterilization procedures. As best practice for all patients, COVID-19 patients are cared for in separate, dedicated units.
Patients and visitors are screened upon arrival and are required to wear masks. Patients may have only one visitor accompany them to appointments. Please bring your own face mask to wear (cannot be a bandana or scarf, but can be a cloth mask).
Testing and care for adults and children who may currently have or are recovering from COVID-19 is available.
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