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Speaking of the 2018 Oscars

How Actors Manipulate Their Voice, Speech and Language

The 90th Academy Award Oscars got me thinking about how actors and actresses can manipulate voice, speech and language to capture the authenticity of a character. If you are not a speech pathologist (or married to one), you may be asking yourself what the difference is between voice, speech and language. 


Denver Health Hospital Medicine Team Launches New Blog

Read the most recent 'Admissions' blog article from the Hospital Medicine team, "What Guppies Taught Me About Doctoring".


Denver Health and Hospital Authority Celebrates 20 Years

In 1997 the City of Denver established the Denver Health and Hospital Authority as an independent entity from its longstanding city governorship. The decision gave Denver Health ownership over its own future to reach new promise in an ever-changing health care landscape. Read more about the Authority’s 20th anniversary celebration and the milestones at Denver Health!

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For Denver Health patients, our medical staff can even prescribe medicine for some health issues over the phone to a pharmacy near you.

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What I Learned About My Heart as an Endurance Athlete

What I Learned About My Heart as an Endurance Athlete

I was referred to Dr. Brian Stauffer at Denver Health, who’s also an endurance athlete and cardiologist. Dr. Stauffer, who later became a very good friend of mine, was awesome and he moved his schedule around to accommodate me. He spent a good hour and a half with me, and found out that I was living with atrial fibrillation, or AFib, which meant I had an irregular heartbeat.
A Moment of Peace for Sly

A Moment of Peace for Sly

On Sylvester “Sly” Reza’s last day of life, his favorite tenor, baritone and bass vocalists filled the care room at Denver Health. As the group of 20 stood around his bed with tears in their eyes, taking in every last detail of Sly’s last moments, one a capella voice rang out singing “Peace, Peace, Peace.”