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Bold Evolution Transforms National Jewish Medical and Research Center to National Jewish Health
Date:7/11/2008

New name showcased in #1 respiratory hospital ranking

DENVER, July 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Signaling a bold evolution and expansion beyond traditional boundaries of respiratory medicine into exciting new areas of science and health, National Jewish Medical and Research Center will become National Jewish Health, effective immediately.

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"Simply put, this isn't just about a name change. National Jewish has been a leader in innovation and medicine for more than 109 years. This change signals our determination to lead in the era of preventive and personalized medicine," said Michael Salem, MD, CEO and President of National Jewish Health. "As we implement our 10-year strategic plan, we are growing beyond the concept of a traditional medical and research center. The name change reflects a multifaceted initiative, entitled Science Transforming Life(R) to better meet the changing face of health care in America. This is the one of the most exciting and innovative leadership initiatives in our history."

National Jewish's leadership is being recognized once again in 2008, as U.S. News & World Report on July 10 named it the #1 respiratory hospital in the nation for the eleventh consecutive year.

According to Dr. Salem, National Jewish Health will invest more than $40 million to continue to be the global leader in the treatment and research of respiratory, immune and related diseases. In addition, it will expand the breadth of its services through the newly developing disciplines of personalized medicine. "Our vision is to closely integrate our basic research programs and advanced diagnostic capabilities with our outstanding clinical services to provide the best possible care and research not only for residents of Colorado, but also for patients who come to us from across the nation and around
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