Meetings and Conferences


National Jewish Health's Certified Meeting Professionals help transform your ideas and goals into successful educational programs and events. Our staff has more than 20 years of combined experience in the meetings and hospitality industry with knowledge of industry practices that helps prevent problems, which can arise when details are overlooked. Using our extensive connections throughout the meetings industry, we can negotiate the best possible rates for your event and assure you a positive return on your investment.

To help ensure attendance for your event, we draw from our proven physician database of more than 30,000 actual participants and supplement our list with carefully targeted rental lists that have a track record of response.

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Meeting Development

  • Initial consultation, budget preparation and handling the CME accreditation process

  • Program coordination including agenda and speaker selection

  • Marketing strategies designed to enhance response

Site Selection

The Molly Blank Conference Center on the National Jewish Health campus can comfortably accommodate up to 175 participants. If your needs exceed our maximum capacity, we can assist with:

  • Venue research

  • Vendor negotiation/contracts


  • Facility coordination

  • Menu planning

  • Audio-visual production

  • VIP arrangements, family programs

  • Themed events

  • Attendee registration, both pre-event and onsite

On-site Management

  • Registration desk

  • Personalized service and special requests

  • Oversee all activities

  • Exhibitor set-up

Post Meeting Reports

  • Evaluations and marketing results

  • Financial summary with review and approval of all expenses


National Jewish Health produces a number of highly acclaimed conferences on an annual basis. Each conference represents an opportunity to showcase your products or services and to interact with influential health care professionals.

These annual conferences include:

  • Translational Medicine in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Diseases

  • The National Jewish Health Respiratory and Allergy Update at Keystone Resort

  • The Rocky Mountain Allied Sleep Conference

  • The Regional Allied Health Conference

In addition, National Jewish Health produces Saturday Symposia specifically to provide continuing medical education opportunities for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals in our community and across the country. Offered free of charge to participants, sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are often available. Please contact The Office of Professional Education for more information.

Four Ways That You Can Contribute To Healthcare Education

  1. Non-restricted educational grant

  2. Sponsorship

  3. Exhibit

  4. Charitable donation

For more information or a proposal, call Sheila Jordan at 1-800-423-8891 x1000 or e-mail us at [email protected].



85% of healthcare professionals are more likely to participate in a CME/CE activity when it is offered by National Jewish HealthTM.

Based on an August 2007 National Jewish Health survey of more than 7,000 healthcare professionals