Although Centura Health is in the Centennial State and "centur" is a big part of its name, it hasn't been around for 100 years. The not-for-profit health care system was established in 1996 by Catholic Health Initiatives and Adventist Health System. Its network serves the Denver metro area and surrounding counties through 13 hospitals (about 1,845 total beds), seven senior living communities, medical clinics, affiliated partner hospitals, and home care and hospice services. It also supplies oxygen and home medical equipment. Centura Health partners with local diagnostic imaging and ambulatory surgery centers in rural and mountainous regions to provide those communities with better access to services.