Travel Information 

Network of Locations

As we pursue a more personalized approach to healthcare, we are expanding our health network to bring cutting-edge diagnostics and treatment to more people.

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National Jewish Health wants your visit to Denver to be as easy, affordable and comfortable as possible. We are well acquainted with questions that arise in making travel arrangements. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 1.877.225.5654.

National Jewish Health has some affiliations with local businesses to help make your travel experience more affordable. Learn about: 


Driving Directions

Get directions to the National Jewish Health Main Campus.

Get directions to our other locations, including our sleep study locations. 


High Altitude Information

Denver is the Mile High City, with an average elevation of 5,280 feet. Sometimes people from lower altitudes experience some initial discomfort, lightheadedness or headache symptoms that pass in a day or two. To help your body make an easier adjustment remember three things: slow down a little on your first day here, limit your intake of alcoholic beverages, and drink more water or other nonalcoholic beverages the first day or two. Learn more about altitude sickness.

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