My name is...Bebe Kleinman

Posted 5/15/17

About me

I’m CEO of Doctors Care, a nonprofit organization in Littleton that is dedicated to improving health access for low-income individuals in the South Metro Denver area. My husband, Jim, and I moved into the new Littleton Village …

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My name is...Bebe Kleinman

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About me

I’m CEO of Doctors Care, a nonprofit organization in Littleton that is dedicated to improving health access for low-income individuals in the South Metro Denver area. My husband, Jim, and I moved into the new Littleton Village development after 28 years in Highlands Ranch. We decided to move because we were excited by the community’s design to include diverse housing options, business and retail, along with a center park and gathering area. The neighbors are extremely friendly. We spend lots of time in downtown Littleton, especially the restaurants and local shops.

Where I work

I have worked for Doctors Care for the past 18 years. I have spent my whole career working in service for low-income children and families, and I would not have it any other way. I can’t imagine doing anything else. It is my passion to ensure all people have health care access and coverage. The amazing staff, patients and volunteers bring me great joy and make this work feel extremely worthwhile. We are lucky to be living and working in a community that cares deeply for our neighbors.

In my free time ...


You will find me walking or riding my bike with my dog Izzy around my neighborhood. My greatest joy and diversion is my family: Jim, my husband, daughters Katie and Ely and their husbands, Jeff and Jonathan. When time allows, I have a fully functioning silversmith studio in our new house where I am able to create unique and sometimes usable jewelry that I trade with other artists and folks that help make my life more fun.

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