We are thrilled to announce that the partnership between the JCC Denver and Rose Medical Center will be coming back this fall. Put on hold in 2020 due to COVID-19, this relationship brings health education and awareness to the JCC Denver community through outreach activities and programming.
“We are excited to revitalize our partnership with Rose Medical Center because of the added benefits it provides to our members and visitors,” said Ed Nekritz, JCC board chair and acting CEO of the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center. “The two organizations have been working closely together to ensure we offer intentional health and wellness programming that is meaningful for our members and has a profound impact on our community.”
Prior to the pandemic, Rose Medical Center had plans to host a speaker series at the JCC where medical professionals would speak about health and wellness topics that are relevant to our community. Such topics included: Children’s health, preventive care, maternity/OB, and menthal health & wellness to name a few. While COVID-19 impacted in-person events, our plan is to bring back these offerings in both a virtual and in-person capacity, so everyone can have access based on their comfort level.
“Having the opportunity to help our members and their loved ones get information and access to care is very meaningful to us,” said Casey Guber, CEO of Rose Medical Center. “We are excited for the opportunity to dialogue with JCC members and to deliver relevant health information and education that is important to them.”
To ensure Rose Medical Center’s program offerings meet the needs of our community, we would like to hear what health and wellness topics would be of interest to you, which is why we are asking for two minutes of your time to complete our program interest survey.
Please be on the lookout in the coming months for specific details about programming and upcoming events as they are determined.