Center for Outpatient Health

National Jewish Health is building a Center for Outpatient Health. This new Center will support our ability to serve our patients, while also opening up space for growth for education and research in our existing facilities.

  • We have raised funds for this project with a Comprehensive Campaign that has garnered tremendous engagement from our community of supporters in Denver and around the nation, who recognize the need and benefits of this project and have given generously.

  • Our Comprehensive Campaign has created a strong foundation for the new Center and has continued to raise money for the project.

  • We are grateful to the thousands of people across the country who have supported this project.

  • We also have worked with our partners at SCL Health and Saint Joseph Hospital to plan the space to meet the needs of patients at both our organizations.

 

Questions

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Project Updates

View larger image.April 15, 2020
National Jewish Health received all city permits in early February and construction on the Center for Outpatient Health (COH). Mortenson Construction is fully underway.  A tower crane has been erected on site, and work continues on the foundation of the building. 

The City of Denver Storm Water Project continues in Phase 1 of their construction plan. The City & County of Denver is installing an improved, expanded storm drain system to provide greater flood protection for Congress Park residents, National Jewish Health, and local businesses from heavy rainstorms and other storm events.  That project necessitated a temporary move of the National Jewish Health main entrance to entering off 14th Avenue. This change is anticipated to remain in place through August 2020. See parking map and driving directions.

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