About Monument Health

At Monument Health, we take a different approach to health care. One that is truly integrated and puts our members at the center.

We bring together doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, and employer groups at one table. We look at care models, and negotiate with all parties, removing layers of redundancy and cutting the red tape.

This means care is more coordinated, health outcomes are often better, and costs can be contained. 

An Idea Was Born

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Primary Care Partners, and Rocky Mountain Health Plans came together to change how health care is delivered on the Western Slope.

Mission Becomes Action

Monument Health, a clinically integrated network, is formed.  Multiple providers throughout Western Colorado join the high-performing network, coordinating as a team and being accountable for accessible and more affordable care.

Our Approach

We bring together independent providers to create a high-performing, integrated network offering efficient, high-quality care. Monument Health providers are held accountable for health outcomes and are rewarded based on the value of the care they give.

The Monument Health team works directly with providers to ensure our members receive guaranteed access to primary care, quicker access to specialists close to home, and personalized follow up after emergency room visits and hospitalizations.

Through proactive outreach the Monument Health team works to ensure preventive health needs are on track and customize a variety of health and wellness programs.

A high-performing network led by healthcare professionals


Hyper-personalized, local care management

Less duplication of tests and procedures

Performance-based payment incentives 






Our Vision & Values

Better, more coordinated care, healthier communities, and cost containment.





Growth & Learning

Clinician-led network moves the needle on health care delivery

Colorado Medical Society connected with Monument Health to create a featured article on the innovations in Colorado Medicine Magazine.

from the healthline

Community Partnerships | MCPH’s Success is a Community Win

Community Partnerships | MCPH’s Success is a Community Win

Monument Health would like to recognize Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) for their dedication, countless hours of hard work, and coordination of our community COVID-19 efforts since the onset of the global pandemic. The staff at MCPH has done an incredible job and we...

Nourish Colorado | Monument Health Gives Back

Nourish Colorado | Monument Health Gives Back

During the height of the pandemic, food choices were limited due to restaurant closures and empty shelves in the grocery store. For most of us, the feeling of food scarcity caught us off guard and was abnormal and unsettling. However, for many people, this feeling...

Community Partnerships: Community Resource Network (CRN)

Community Partnerships: Community Resource Network (CRN)

When referring a patient to another organization to assist with varying social needs, the outdated system of phone calls, faxing paperwork, and inherent delays is not ideal. Community leaders in healthcare and human services advocated for a better, more efficient way...