Bill Gold, Phil Karsh and Eddie Robinson Receive National Jewish Health President’s Award

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National Jewish Health recognized prominent Denver businessmen , and on July 23, 2014, for more than 142 years of combined service they have contributed to National Jewish Health as directors of the institution. Each man received the National Jewish Health President’s Award. Recipients of the President’s Award are prominent leaders in the national business and philanthropic communities who work to further the mission and vision of National Jewish Health.

“These three men have been titans in the Denver community for decades,” said Rich Schierburg, chair, Board of Directors, National Jewish Health. “They oversaw the creation of the world’s largest asthma treatment program through a merger with the National Asthma Center in 1978 and in recent years, have helped guide the growth of the institution as we expanded our clinical and research enterprises.”

“As heath care has evolved, they have helped to ensure that the institution was flexible and able to thrive in a changing world while staying true to our mission to heal, to discover and to educate,” said Dr. Michael Salem, MD, president and CEO of National Jewish Health. “We appreciate and admire the dedication and selflessness that each of these gentlemen have contributed to our organization over these many years.”

is the leading respiratory hospital in the nation. Founded 115 years ago as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish Health today is the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to groundbreaking medical research and treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders. Patients and families come to National Jewish Health from around the world to receive cutting-edge, comprehensive and coordinated care. To learn more, visit .

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