Press Releases

Equitas Health prepares for 2020 – Commit to be counted!

September 2, 2019

9/2/19 – Have you noticed U.S. Census Bureau workers in your community? Surprised? From now until October, Census workers will be “address canvassing” in our neighborhoods. That means Census Bureau employees will be knocking on doors to verify addresses so they know where to send the Census questionnaires next April. They aren’t there to count you quite yet!

Planned Parenthood Forgoes Title X Funding

August 22, 2019

8/22/19 – The Trump Administration’s latest ploy to harm and further marginalize the most vulnerable among us is not just wrongheaded and discriminatory – it will have long-lasting negative impacts on the health of all Americans. Trump’s “gag rule” has forced Planned Parenthood and other Title X recipients to withdraw from Title X funding, compromising access to high quality healthcare for thousands of Ohioans and millions of individuals nationwide.

Equitas Health earns “LGBTQ+ healthcare equality leader” with a maximum score from the Healthcare Equality Index 2019

August 13, 2019

7/25/19 – Equitas Health has been recognized as a “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader” by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation.

The Trump Administration’s #PublicCharge Rule

August 12, 2019

8/12/19 – The Trump Administration’s new #PublicCharge rule is another cruel attempt by this President to restrict immigrants and their families from becoming American citizens.

Nurse Practitioner Mimi Rivard Moving to Expanded King-Lincoln Medical Center

August 12, 2019

8/12/2019 – Beginning on September 2, 2019, Lead Nurse Practitioner Mimi Rivard will transition to seeing patients at the King-Lincoln Medical Center. “King-Lincoln is such a vibrant community,” Rivard said. “I’m thrilled that Equitas Health is expanding what we can offer in this neighborhood, and I am thrilled to be a part of it.”

Ohio Gun Reform Legislation Needs Your Support

August 7, 2019

8/7/19 – On Tuesday morning, Gov. DeWine announced his proposal to address the gun violence epidemic in Ohio, but legislative resistance is likely. Contact your state legislators today. Tell them it is time to enact the proposed reforms to protect Ohioans. 

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