The Metro Denver Partnership for Health (MDPH) is a partnership of key stakeholders committed to improving health in metro Denver through regional collaboration and action.
MDPH serves the seven-county Denver metro area, including Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties. MDPH partners include the area’s local public health agencies (LPHAs), health systems, and Regional Accountable Entities. MDPH also works alongside regional leaders in human services, behavioral health, environment, philanthropy, local government, education, and other areas to achieve its goals of promoting health and well-being across the region. CHI is the administrative, coordinative, and fiscal hub for MDPH.
MDPH’s work impacts over three million Coloradans — 60% of the state’s population — who live in this region.