Carol Lewis, Co-Chair
Carol was born at Denver General and eventually began working as a Clinical Social Worker at Denver Health. She retired after 33 years and has served on the CHS Board for 17 years. She strongly believes in the value of service to our Community and that health care is a right and not a privilege.
As a Denver Health patient, April was eager to join the CHS board to be a strong voice for the patient and hopes to improve the CHS system.
Jose has served on the CHS board for 14 years, and as a Denver resident, is committed to contributing to the safety net that serves the most at-risk populations.
Sara Carpenter, Chair
Sara is a pediatrician and advocate for high-risk children and families. She has served on the Board for 5 years.
I strongly support the health care services that Denver Health provides to the Denver community, I am one of the fortunate recipients of this care and through my work with the DCHS Board members, I hope to serve in ways that ensure the CHC vibrant continuation.
John joined the board in 2017. As a long-term DH patient, he is excited to contribute patient perspectives, especially as a cancer survivor involved in the Cancer Resource Center.
I joined the Board of Directors to be a positive influence in my community.
I joined the Board of Directors because I have had a long career in Community Health delivery systems, and recognize the worth of a vibrant Community Health system to the community in general.
Patti is a retired Human Resources Executive and Psychotherapist. She has had extensive experience on non-profit Boards and currently serves on the Denver Health and Hospital Authority Board. She is committed to supporting Denver Health in providing accessible and compassionate health care to all members of our community.
Hue has worked in Denver for nearly a decade serving the community in the area. She joined the DCHS board to advocate and improve access to quality and affordable healthcare. She hopes to serve communities who may face barriers to healthcare such as immigrants, refugees and those who are uninsured.
Eddie Sierra has been a Denver resident for the past 21 year. He is a patient at La Casa Quigg in North Denver. A retired federal employee with over 30 years’ experience in the environmental field, he spends his time serving on several boards and non-profits. In his spare time, he enjoys the sports of tennis and pickleball.