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Denver Health's Dr. Patricia Gabow Receives NCHL's 2008 National Healthcare Leadership Award
Date:6/16/2008

CHICAGO, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) said today it has named Patricia A. Gabow, MD, chief executive officer of Denver Health, as the recipient of the 2008 National Healthcare Leadership Award for her significant and lasting contributions to healthcare. Under her leadership, Denver Health has established a comprehensive, integrated healthcare system that achieves organizational excellence while treating at-risk populations, a model that is being adopted by other healthcare systems throughout the nation. She is additionally recognized for her commitment to building teams and mentoring the next generation of physicians and healthcare leaders during her 36-year career.

"Patricia Gabow has earned widespread recognition for her role in guiding Colorado's largest safety-net healthcare system and developing one of the country's most successful healthcare systems that has maintained its mission to care for uninsured and vulnerable populations while creating organizational excellence that has resulted in an ongoing thriving institution," said Marie E. Sinioris, president and CEO of NCHL. "Under her guidance, Denver Health separated from the city in order to achieve greater financial and operational agility, initiated an innovative and intensive transformational project that already has saved Denver Health $10.6 million, and has achieved critical quality measurements including having one of the lowest medical mortality rates among peers in the University Healthcare Consortium (UHC). With Dr. Gabow's encouragement, all Denver Health leaders share their leadership initiatives and learnings through publications and public forums underscoring her commitment to advance healthcare leadership."

Patricia A. Gabow, 64, joined Denver Health in 1973 as chief of renal diseases and later became director of medical services from 1981 to 1991. From 1992 to 1997 she served as manager and medical director of the hospital and
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