Join us at our 2014 Luncheon!

Improving health in Colorado is the shared responsibility of leaders, policymakers, community members, and businesses. Investing in health is a way to help communities flourish, and its role as a key part of our civic and social infrastructure is absolute. Fixing the health system can’t be achieved by any one organization or even the entirety of the health care sector—it will take a more collaborative, collective approach than ever before.

This year’s annual luncheon will feature Liz Baxter, an experienced leader and advocate for health and health care. She is currently the executive director of the Oregon Public Health Institute and board chair of Cover Oregon. We hope to see you there!

Date: September 23, 2014
Time: 11am-1pm
Location: Space Gallery (400 Santa Fe Drive in Denver)
Cost: $50

We are also accepting nominations for our Community Champion Awards. Up to four awards are handed out every year to providers and advocates who are making a difference. Winners receive their award and a $250 donation to their organization. If you know someone who is making an impact in health care, please nominate them.

Interested in sponsoring? Contact Sarah at

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Major Sponsors

Denver Health
The Colorado Trust
University Physicians, Inc.
Wells Fargo

Supporting Sponsors

Boomers Leading Change in Health
Center for Nursing Excellence
Colorado Academy of Family Physicians
Colorado Access


Colorado Hospital Association


JSI Research & Training Institute
Kaiser Permanente
Mental Health Center of Denver
University of Colorado Health


Past Events

If the materials you are looking for from past events are not posted here, please contact Sarah Mapes at

  • Health is Local: September 11, 2013 Luncheon
    • Agenda (PDF)
    • Luncheon Blog Post Wrap-up
    • Photo Gallery
    • Community Champions:
      • Lifetime Achievement – Lorez Meinhold
      • Physician of the Year – Dr. Carolyn Shepherd
      • Non-Physician Provider of the Year – Daniel Grey
      • Community Leader of the Year – Jaynee Fontecchio

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