Is there a hero in all of us? Yes.
Anthony Hospital, St. Anthony North Hospital, St. Anthony Summit Hospital, Penrose Hospital, St. Francis Hospital, St. Elizabeth Hospital, St.
Continuing our legacy of caring, these 20 Centura Health hospitals, as well as 240 care sites across Colorado, Utah and Kansas are proudly becoming part of CommonSpirit Health: St. Francis Hospital – Interquest, Mercy Hospital, OrthoColorado Hospital, Longmont United Hospital, St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, St. Thomas More Hospital, Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital, St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, St.
Catherine Hospital – Garden City, Holy Cross Hospital – Davis, Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley, Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley West, Holy Cross Hospital – Mountain Point, and Holy Cross Hospital – Salt Lake.
Is there a hero in all of us? Yes.
We're so honored to once again be the presenting partner of the National Western Stock Show. Today's Stock Show Kick-Off Parade through the streets of downtown Denver was the perfect way to celebrate the start of !
Hang on tight... JUST TWO MORE DAYS until Stock Show! 🥳🤠
Get tickets: nationalwestern.com/tickets/buy-tickets/
Humankindness is a rush of fresh air that breaks through life’s barriers. Its movement restores meaningful personal connections — inviting everyone to live selflessly.
We are pleased to introduce our first baby born in 2024 in our Mountain Region, a precious girl born at 1:55 a.m. at Holy Cross Hospital – Davis in Layton, Utah! Arriving early at 3 lbs., 4 oz., she is being cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). She is doing great, and her family is deciding on the perfect name.
Baby’s family will be going home with a Hello Humankindness onesie in recognition of the one hundred million ways each child born into this world can spread humankindness in their lifetime.
Helping others can create a sense of community and strengthen our connections with one another.
! With each new day, may the glow of Kwanzaa candles bring peace, unity, and shared purpose to all celebrating.
Cherish the gift of those who fill our lives with joy. Merry Christmas to all, and may your day be surrounded by the love of family and friends.
Silent night, holy night,
All is calm, all is bright
Round yon virgin mother and child,
Holy infant, so tender and mild,
Sleep in heavenly peace!
Holiday traditions are not only a source of celebration and joy — they also develop cultural understanding and help to create a deeper sense of belonging.
May the spirit of this holiday season bring you peace, joy, and humankindness.
Humankindness is an everlasting gift that inspires everyday life. If passed along, it will never run out.
'Tis the season for quality time! Sharing traditions with family and friends brings us all closer.
Humankindness is selfless. It sparks a memory of someone being generous to you and stands as an inspiration to pass it on.
When we care for others, we lift our own spirits as well.
Humankindness is an open door to engage empathy. It is a force of good that ignites a desire in us to have healthy interactions and empowers us to be a hero in our own way.
This warms our hearts! Thank you for showing humankindness to your patients and community, Holy Cross Hospital Jordan Valley!
Acts of humankindness have a multitude of benefits, and they can bring ourselves and others joy.
Humankindness is at the root of all healing — offering compassion when we need it, courage when hope seems lost, and a connection that is ever present among us all.
Congratulations to our friends and partners Russell Wilson and Ciara! She's beautiful! 🧡💙
Congrats, Russell & Ciara!
Sending warm wishes to those observing Hanukkah. May your week be filled with meaningful moments, connection, and shared traditions.
Humankindness is an invitation to be our best selves. It encourages us to be better for those we love, those we know, and those we have yet to meet.
Humankindness in action! At Centura St. Elizabeth Hospital in Fort Morgan, nurse Kristen Kallweit (right) is leading a service project to help her community's most vulnerable residents during the winter months. After noticing in past winters that some community members seek out the hospital's ED for warmth and food when local shelters are full, Kristen decided to start a clothing drive. "The goal is to be able to put together care packages with warm clothing items, some hygiene packets and some food," she says. "We would like to be able to give them something to help."
Kristen's compassion is inspiring. Her Share the Warmth drive is collecting new or gently used winter gear and nonperishable food items. She's already assembled six care bags, and she hopes it's just the beginning. Well done, Kristen and colleagues! CommonSpirit Health
Great news for the communities we serve across northeast Colorado! Flight For Life Colorado is the best of the best when it comes to critical care transport programs.
Humankindness is the vehicle that delivers the healing power of humanity. Its effects can be felt instantly. Refill count: unlimited.
Today is Colorado Gives Day! What can we do in 24 hours?
The Foundations at many of our Colorado hospitals are helping to meet the needs of our communities and patients with innovation and compassion. Your gift is an investment in our patients in need and our dedicated employees. Visit coloradogives.org/centurahealthfoundations to join donors across Colorado and give locally today. We are so grateful for your support.
A momentous day for St. Anthony North Hospital and the growing communities it serves!
Humankindness can take just seconds to express, but its effects can last a lifetime. It comes from the heart and lives on in our memories -- sometimes forever.
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