Social Justice & Health Disparities, Achieving Health Care Equity April 7 Tepeyac Community Health Center

On April 7th Regis University and Tepeyac Community Health Center (formerly Clínica Tepeyac) invites Regis students, alumni, health care providers and community members to join them for a special conversation focused on achieving health care equity. 

The Rueckert-Hartman College for Professions (RHCHP) at Regis University is committed to educating and addressing the issues of social justice and health disparities. Tepeyac Community Health Center is a non-profit community health center in Denver that has been providing care to the medically underserved for more than 25 years. 

Health care providers, health professions students and invested community members will walk away with insights into how higher education, health care organizations, nonprofits and the community can come together to build an inclusive culture of health. Wednesday, April 76 – 7:30 p.m. MTZoom Webinar and Interactive Discussion

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Feel free to share this invitation with friends and family who may be interested.


We encourage you to watch this 3-minute video about the history of Tepeyac Community Health Center before the event. Not only will you learn more about the organization, we hope you’ll also be inspired by the story of Regis alumnus Jim Garcia and his commitment and passion in the founding of Tepeyac.
We’d like to give a big shout out to our event sponsor, Saint Joseph Hospital. Tepeyac Community Health Center and Regis University both work collaboratively with Saint Joseph Hospital to strengthen health professions education and the health care needs of our communities. Thank you Saint Joseph Hospital!

About Our Future Expansion

With over 25 years of serving as the trusted health provider in the Latino Community, Tepeyac is growing again! Our new facility will be co-located with 150 units of affordable housing and include more than 5,000 square feet for fresh food providers.

Responding to rapid growth and changes in the Elyria-Swansea North Denver area, Tepeyac will be the health home for the medically underserved providing full spectrum high-quality care for the whole patient and the entire family. 

We are creating a model for what the community health clinic of the future can be – a single location, close to public transportation, and with multiple services under one roof, including:

  • Physical medical health care
  • Behavioral health
  • Dental health care
  • Wellness & health education programs
  • Pharmacy services
  • Imaging services