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 will continue to raise money into its final phase this summer.
We are grateful to the thousands of people across the country who have supported this project.
We also have been working with our partners at SCL Health and Saint Joseph Hospital to plan the space to meet the needs of patients at both our organizations.
We filed formal plans with the City of Denver on June 3, 2019. This step began the review and permitting process.
We anticipate that it will take about six months for review and permitting to be completed as is common in projects such as this one.
We expect to begin construction later this year.
The new building will be located on the northwest corner of our main campus in close proximity to our current patient care areas.
We are planning a five-story, 104,000 square-foot building that will contain clinical exam and procedure rooms, and space for other ancillary services.
The building is being designed to provide a cohesive look in keeping with our campus and the neighborhood. Building plans include additional parking at the building site.
Please check our FAQ page. Email additional questions to BuildingProject@njhealth.org.