Partnerships in Action

We’re proud to work with our partners to provide impactful, meaningful support for our communities. Each of these partnerships provide a unique platform for CommonSpirit to tailor care to community needs, including making strides to alleviate food insecurity, combatting social injustice, educating the community on whole person health, and more.

Partnership Stories

Centura Health announces 10-year partnership with the Denver Broncos
On Monday, May 15, Centura Health announced a 10-year partnership with the Denver Broncos, becoming...
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Mercy expands care teams and centers
Centura Mercy Hospital is committed to evolving and growing its legacy of whole person care for Four...
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Hunger Action Pro Rodeo furthers food security mission
At Centura Health, we know that one of the best ways to accomplish our mission-driven goals is to...
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Centura Health commits $4 million to state-of-the-art sports medicine and performance center and wellness programs at Fort Lewis College
Fort Lewis College is making yet another stride in health and performance facility development, now...
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Food as medicine: Health Equity & Advancement Fund partnering to end hunger in Colorado
As healthcare professionals, we know adequate and healthy foods play a significant role in the...
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Improving food security: SNAP benefits and resources
Food and nutrition are essential to the overall health, well-being and wholeness of our patients and...
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Centura Health announces partnership with quarterback Russell Wilson to support local and regional non-profits
Watch the video here Centura Health and Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson announced a...
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CommonSpirit Health commits $4 million to state-of-the-art sports medicine and performance center and wellness programs at Fort Lewis College.

Become a Partner

Supporting the communities we serve in is a reflection of our Mission: to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities.

We ask that organizations requesting a partnership with CommonSpirit are non-profits, align with our Mission, vision and values, and relate to community health improvement or prevention.

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