Denver Health is a comprehensive, integrated organization with multiple components, including:
- 500-bed main hospital that houses the Rocky Mountain Regional Level 1 Trauma Center
- 9-1-1 medical response system for the City and County of Denver
- Nine-clinic network of Family Health Centers throughout the city
- Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center
- NurseLine, a telephone advice line that offers assistance to patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Denver CARES, a safe setting for public inebriates with community detoxification services
- Correctional Care
To provide access to the highest quality health care, whether for prevention, or acute and chronic diseases regardless of ability to pay; provide life-saving emergency medicine and trauma services to Denver and the Rocky Mountain region; fulfill public health functions as dictated by the Denver Charter and the needs of the citizens of Denver; provide health education for patients; participate in the education of the next generation of health care professionals; and engage in research, which enhances the ability to meet the health care needs of Denver Health system patients.
Founded 147 years ago and known throughout most of its history as Denver General Hospital.
Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Grand, Jefferson counties