2/7/18 – Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day to increase awareness about HIV among African Americans as well as a call to action to get involved in prevention, testing, and treatment efforts.
2/1/18 – On Wednesday, January 31, the Ohio House held a hearing on HB 160, the Ohio Fairness Act. HB 160 changes Ohio’s anti-discrimination laws to include sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression as protected classes.
1/23/18 – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), under the direction of the Trump Administration, announced the establishment of the Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom, an office that claims its purpose is to protect the “religious freedoms” of healthcare providers.
1/18/18 – Equitas Health stands in solidarity with all of our friends, neighbors, and staff – no matter where they come from – in an unwavering commitment to justice and health for all.
We are excited to share that Equitas Health has achieved Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-Alike designation by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
12/29/17 – Equitas Health Pharmacy is proud to announce that it has earned URAC accreditation in Specialty Pharmacy. URAC is the independent leader in promoting healthcare quality through accreditation, certification and measurement.
12/1/17 – This year, on World AIDS Day 2017, we are hoping to bring a sense of celebration of life, hope, love, and possibility. We want to acknowledge our growth and honor the journey we have traveled.
12/1/17 – On Friday morning, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, issued a proclamation thanking Equitas Health for our leadership in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention in the Dayton community.
11/20/17 – Today, as the death rates associated with the opiate epidemic reach numbers comparable to the height of the AIDS epidemic, we continue to find ways to provide care, give voice to the voiceless, and find new ways to reduce the transmission of HIV and other blood-borne diseases.
11/20/17 – This Transgender Day of Remembrance, it continues to be important to say “trans lives matter”. In 2017, at least 27 transgender people were killed just for being themselves.