National Jewish Health

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Address
1400 Jackson Street
Denver, CO 80206

Phone
303-728-6560

Website
www.njhealth.org

President & CEO
Michael Salem, MD

Year Established
National Jewish Health was established in 1899.

Service Area
Patients come to National Jewish Health from around the world for our expertise in respiratory, cardiac, immune and related conditions. We treat patients at 28 locations, including our main campus and the National Jewish Health | St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, and the Mount Sinai – National Jewish Health Respiratory Institute in New York.
We provide care for children and adults and conduct research on respiratory, allergy, immunology, cardiology, gastroenterology, rheumatology and infectious diseases. We also provide occupational health, rehabilitation, and sleep and wellness services, such as smoking cessation, weight management, nutrition and education programs, as well as free educational services for health care workers and the public. Our programs also include Morgridge Academy, a free K-8 school on the National Jewish Health campus that serves chronically ill children.

Mission Statement and Goals
The mission of National Jewish Health is to heal, to discover and to educate as a preeminent health care institution. The institution serves by providing the best integrated and innovative care for patients and their families; by understanding and finding cures for the diseases we research; and by educating and training the next generation of health care professionals to be leaders in medicine and science.

Fundraising Events: 

Beaux Arts Ball
February 24, 2018
The Beaux Arts Ball is one of the most anticipated social galas in Denver, drawing more than 1,200 guests from across the nation to raise more than $2 million each year to support National Jewish Health. For more information, please contact Clem Connolly at 303-728-6546 or ConnollyC@njhealth.org.

HOOPS & Hoopla
March 31, 2018
HOOPS & Hoopla is a “fan’s night out” to benefit Morgridge Academy. This outstanding event highlights the semifinals of the men’s college basketball playoffs and features games, prizes and a silent auction. For more information, please contact Rebecca Reutlinger at 303-728-6576 or ReutlingerR@njhealth.org.

Night & Day National Jewish Health Golf Classic
Summer 2018
Golfers from across the nation participate in this annual two-day event, which begins on a Sunday evening with dinner at Shanahan’s, followed by a day of golf at the exclusive Sanctuary golf course in Sedalia, Colorado. The Night & Day Golf Classic benefits the National Jewish Health Morgridge Academy for chronically ill children. For more information, please contact Rebecca Reutlinger at 303-728-6576 or ReutlingerR@njhealth.org.

5280 AIR Society™ Party at Altitude
Summer 2018
This fun evening, benefiting Morgridge Academy, is the signature event for the 5280 AIR Society, a group of young leaders in Denver who are dedicated to supporting National Jewish Health. Party at Altitude features craft cocktails, delicious food, live music and a silent auction. For more information, please contact Clem Connolly at 303-728-6546 or ConnollyC@njhealth.org.

Rev the Runway
Fall 2018
Denver’s newest luxury style event models the latest fashions and high-performance vehicles perfect for the Mile High City. Rev the Runway elevates the traditional fashion show to one that makes any man’s or woman’s heart race and accelerates treatment and research at National Jewish Health. For more information, please contact Clem Connolly at 303-728-6546 or ConnollyC@njhealth.org.

Volunteer Opportunities: 

Since 1899, volunteers have been a key component of our hospital, providing ongoing and dedicated support to our physicians, staff, the patients we serve and their families. For more information, contact 303-398-1126 or volunteers@njhealth.org.

Giving Opportunities: 

National Jewish Health relies on donations from individuals, families, companies and foundations to support its mission. All gifts make a difference in the fight against respiratory, cardiac, immune and related diseases. For more information, please contact 303-728-6591 or development@njhealth.org.

Gift planning is a great way to support National Jewish Health and improve your financial outlook. A planned gift, such as a charitable gift annuity, can be a safe, low-risk investment for you and your loved ones. For more information or to make a planned gift, please contact Gordon Smith at 303-728-6549 or giftplanning@njhealth.org.

Board of Directors: 

Blair E. Richardson
Chair

Jandel T. Allen-Davis

Margaret S. Allon

Richard N. Baer

Geoffrey H. Barker

James B. Berenbaum

Norman Brownstein

Robin D. Chotin

R. S. Dodge

David H. Engleberg

Michael A. Feiner

Thomas A. Gart

Roger A. Gibson

Steven J. Glauser

A. B. Hirschfeld

Christie T. Isenberg

Lydia W. Jumonville

Lewis M. Kling

Steven D. Kris

James D. Kuhn

Bradley A. Levin

Connie G. McArthur

Marvin I. Moskowitz

Brian Parks

Kathryn A. Paul

John J. Reilly, MD

Michael Salem, MD

Rich Schierburg

Michael K. Schonbrun

Martin Semple

Stephen B. Siegel

Wendy Siegel

Donald A. Silversmith

Marc D. Steron

Burton M. Tansky

Debra M. Tuchman

Evan H. Zucker

Lifetime Directors:

Stephen W. Arent

Lawrence P. Gelfond

Leonard M. Perlmutter

Edward A. Robinson

Meyer M. Saltzman