The Health of Denver 2011 report was developed by Denver Public Health (DPH),
a department of the Denver Health and Hospital Authority, and the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) at
the City and County of Denver.
The purposes of the report are to:
- Identify important health trends in Denver
- Show changes in health in Denver over time
- Compare health outcomes in Denver to the state of Colorado and to national goals
- Identify disparities in health in Denver
To produce this report, a core group of staff met over the past year.
This group identified topics and data sources, engaged partners, and developed tools to assess health.
A broad array of experts and community stakeholders participated in choosing the measures, identifying data
sources, and recognizing key trends.
This report is divided into 14 topic areas, including:
The full report is available online.
To view, download, save, or print the report, click on the links to the entire report or to individual sections.
The file size is indicated next to each section name. This report is in PDF format and you will need Adobe Reader
in order to viewthese files. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here for download instructions.
You may also view the report in Spanish.
For questions or to obtain more information, please contact: Emily.McCormick@dhha.org, 303-602-3604.