The Partners in Advancing Population Health, sometimes called the Partnership, is a group of individuals committed to driving improvement for healthcare issues in Pueblo County through alignment and differentiation of efforts. They, and the agencies they represent, have a deep vested interest in improving health outcomes, and recognize that achieving the Triple Aim depends on a complex range of challenges that can only be improved through a systematic and coordinated approach.
  • Center for Health Progress
  • Crossroads/Turning Points
  • Friendly Harbor
  • Health Solutions
  • Integrated Community Health Partners
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Mental Health Colorado
  • Packard Fund and Caring for Colorado
  • Parkview Medical Center
  • Pueblo City County Board of Health
  • Pueblo City County Health Department
  • Pueblo City County Board of Health
  • Pueblo City County Health Department
  • Pueblo City Schools
  • Pueblo Community Health Center
  • Pueblo Fire Department
  • Pueblo Human Relations Commission
  • Pueblo School District 70
  • Sangre deCristo Hospice and Palliative Care
  • Social Services
  • St. Mary Corwin/Centura Health
  • St. Mary Corwin/Centura Health Foundation - Jayne Mazur, Director of Philanthropy
  • SE Colo Area Health Education Center - Doreen Gonzales, Executive Director

The Partners in Advancing Population Health explores and pursues local learning and collective action to support the work of local health providers and shared long term goals. The Partnership fosters strategic networking, innovation, experimentation, and collaboration between local health collaborative efforts in Pueblo County to address physical health, mental health, and the social determinants to health.

The members have mutual responsibility for mission success through jointly developed plans of action. By sharing resources – physical, financial, intellectual – all will share in the rewards. The level of participation and scope of projects shall be determined by the members. The Partners in Advancing Population Health shall delegate the responsibility of day-to-day its operations to Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation staff.