Press Releases

Celebrating Pride, Remembering Those Who Brought Us This Far

June 16, 2018

6/16/2018 – Equitas Health President and CEO Bill Hardy reflects on the impact of the 2017 protest at Columbus Pride and its place within the legacy of activism that continues to carve out the space for LGBTQ people of all backgrounds to live healthy and satisfying lives – the legacy we celebrate this month.

Equitas Health and Columbus College of Art and Design Establish Historic Partnership

June 15, 2018

6/15/2018 – Equitas Health is proud to announce a new partnership with Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD). Effective immediately, our King-Lincoln Medical Center and Pharmacy will serve as CCAD’s preferred provider of primary care and health services for its students.

Smart Business: Equitas Health thrives on fulfilling unmet needs

June 7, 2018

5/25/2018 – Reporter Jayne Gest interviews Equitas Health President and CEO Bill Hardy about his vision to make LGBTQ-focused healthcare accessible to more Ohioans. “We’re responding to the community’s needs,” Hardy says. “We are obsessed with our mission. We are obsessed with remaining relevant.”

Pattie Clay joins Equitas Health Leadership as Chief Clinical Operations Officer

June 3, 2018

6/3/18 – Pattie Clay is Equitas Health’s new Chief Clinical Operations Officer. In this role Pattie will guide and engage Equitas Health’s growing clinical staff with an eye on enhancing and improving patient experience.

“The Gateway” Newsletter – May 2018

May 28, 2018

5/30/18 – In this issue of The Gateway, meet Scarlett Le Blanc and Dwayne Steward, read our latest announcements, learn about new programs like CAPIT, and see our upcoming calendar of PRIDE and AIDS Walk Ohio events.

Equitas Health Welcomes New Director of Prevention, Dwayne Steward

May 23, 2018

5/23/18 – Dwayne is a former Equitas Health employee who currently serves as the Director of Community Affairs at Fenway Health in Boston. In his new role at Equitas Health, Dwayne will create and implement new strategies to address HIV infection in Ohio, including the disproportionate rates of HIV infection among youth, racial/ethnic minorities, transgender, and gender non-conforming communities of color.

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