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Taking care of Denver

​The Denver Health Foundation proudly supports Denver Health Medical Center, a national model of health care success that continually proves to the world that high quality care can be delivered to all.

Celebrating a birthday every day

More than 3,200 babies are born each year at our hospital. And through programs like Newborns in Need, we ensure they get off to a good start.

Saving lives

Our Rocky Mountain Level I Trauma Center is highly regarded as one of the best in the nation.

Cooking up fun, raising awareness

Our annual Hot Rocks Griller Challenge pits chef against chef, and supports men’s health programs.

Making a difference in our community

Denver Health shines as a national model of health care success. Help us celebrate in style at NightShine, our annual gala.

Networking for a cause

Our Men’s Night Out is a fun, networking event. Held at Hyde Park Jewelers, it raises funds and offers prime holiday shopping.

Getting better through high-quality care

Our programs help thousands of Denver’s most vulnerable heal and lead better lives.

Searching for answers

Our research initiatives are making headway, saving more lives.

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Doctors, nurses are trained to care for abused, neglected children at Denver foster clinic

The 5-year-old had a two-hour meltdown before he came to the pediatrician, where he sat in an exam room mad-faced, arms crossed in front of his kid-sized paper gown. The reason he was so ornery had little to do with having a checkup, and everything to do with recently moving...

Finnish babies sleep in boxes, and now all new Colorado babies can get a free one, too

New and expectant mothers across Colorado will soon be eligible to receive a free gift: a cardboard box that health workers hope will reduce infant mortality. The box comes courtesy of The Baby Box Co., a for-profit maker of the kinds of boxes that mothers in Finland have received for...

Why Denver health officials hope a simple cardboard box will reduce infant mortality

Denver Public Health hopes soon to begin a campaign distributing free baby sleep boxes across the city, a first, modest step in Colorado to help new parents gain access to a simple tool that health experts say could greatly reduce infant mortality. The boxes — made of cardboard and decorated...

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​Denver Health hospital’s health results are dazzling.
Kathleen Sebelius , Secretary of Health and Human Services