Building healthy communities, together

20 hospitals, 240 clinics and a care team powered by humanity. See a list of our hospitals across Colorado, Kansas and Utah below.

Building healthy communities, together

20 hospitals, 240 clinics and a care team powered by humanity. See a list of our hospitals across Colorado, Kansas and Utah below.

Dr. Srijaya Nalla with Mary Beth Spinos, NP, and Dr. Lydia Hostetler, in the birth unit at Longmont United Hospital.
We're now called CommonSpirit, but we’re still called to serve you.


With a new chapter of hope and healing before us, we’re excited to introduce you to CommonSpirit, one of the nation’s leading nonprofit health systems that spans 24 states. We are dedicated to further building a healthier future for all – one that is inspired by faith, driven by innovation, and powered by our humanity. From Centura’s beginning 27 years ago, and since the founding of our earliest hospitals nearly 150 years ago, CommonSpirit has been deeply invested in our neighbors across Colorado, Kansas and Utah. Building healthier communities in the places we call home by advocating for those who are vulnerable and innovating how and where healing can happen will remain core to CommonSpirit as our legacy continues.

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We’re still here for you —
to nurture, treat, comfort and heal.

We’ll continue to provide you with the same compassionate care from the people you know and trust. Our commitment to whole person care remains at the heart of everything we do.

And we’re still called by a shared belief to serve the common good, improve lives and strengthen communities by honoring the values and purpose of moving Centura forward under the CommonSpirit Health ministry.

We are grateful for your confidence in our caregivers. With a shared Catholic mission, we look forward to continuing a legacy of high-quality, whole person care for generations to come.

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From big cities to small towns, across Colorado, Kansas and Utah, our caregivers are proud members of the communities they serve.
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Explore more about CommonSpirit’s commitment to advancing health for all people in Colorado, Kansas and Utah and get answers to important questions below.

CommonSpirit Health, headquartered in Chicago, is one of the nation’s largest health systems. We employ 175,000 people and serve communities in 24 states, including 20 hospitals and 240 clinics in Colorado, western Kansas and Utah. As a nonprofit rooted in a 150-year legacy of care to serve the common good and speak to common ideals, we are dedicated to advancing health for all people, including those who are most vulnerable. Learn more.  

As we transition from using the Centura name to CommonSpirit, we energetically renew our responsibility to help build a healthier future for all. We look forward to bringing this commitment — inspired by faith, driven by innovation and powered by our common humanity — to 20 hospitals, 240 care sites and thousands of neighborhoods in our Colorado, western Kansas and Utah communities.

Aside from our name changing to CommonSpirit Health, very little change is expected. Just as Centura has for more than our 150-year legacy, CommonSpirit’s hospitals, clinics and ambulatory sites will continue to deliver the same high-quality care by many of the same local providers and care sites you know and trust. As we further collaborate across geographies, we’ll also bring new health solutions and expanded clinical care services that will have a greater impact on patient experiences and the future of health care.

We intend to assume all insurance agreements. Contact information and processes to arrange and schedule appointments with your provider remain the same. We do not expect any immediate changes to the services we provide. We will work with our care teams to determine community needs and tailor services to ensure the hospitals and clinics are well prepared to meet these needs.

With a commitment to our founding congregations of women religious, we are building upon a legacy of caring for the underserved, with a mission that compels us to advance social justice for all. We will continue to support programs committed to community health, clinical excellence, employee support, clinician development, charity care, care coordination and patient experience.

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