3/31/17 – Today is the 9th annual Transgender Day of Visibility. Visibility is a key ingredient in the battle for trans rights.
3/29/17 – Jessica Sherman, Equitas Health Nurse Practitioner, explains that our goal is to improve the health of the LGBTQ community by providing culturally competent, patient-centered care.
3/28/17 – Lead Trainer & Trans Patient Navigator Ramona Peel describes how you can control your effectiveness and practice basic mindfulness in a stressful healthcare situation.
3/17/17 – In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the first AIDS drug – AZT, Equitas Health looks at the impact of AZT, the current state of HIV, and hopes for the future.
3/15/17 – Meet Board Member: Se-Se Yennes, Announcing New King-Lincoln Location, New Look for Camp Sunrise, the End of OAC, LGBT Health Awareness Week, CEO Health Achievement Awards, and more.
3/10/17 – Equitas Health opposes the AHCA as drafted because it will cause people to lose insurance coverage due to higher costs, restrict Medicaid expansion, and remove the entitlement to Medicaid.
Equitas Health President & CEO Bill Hardy was named 2017 Healthcare Trailblazer of the Year by Columbus CEO magazine. The award recognizes an organization, company or individual for innovative or entrepreneurial healthcare initiatives that improve the practice of medicine or delivery of care to patients.
The Trump Administration’s move to withdraw Title IX school guidance protections issued by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education is a shockingly unacceptable decision with serious implications for transgender youth.
Provider Spotlight: Tara Doland, Cultural Competency, Safe Point, and more.
As community members, it is vital we inform our brothers and sisters about the importance of educating themselves regarding any health crises affecting the African American community, including HIV/AIDS.