The Equality Health Foundation in partnership with the HeroZona Foundation, Travis L. Williams American Legion Post 65, African American Christian Clergy Coalition and more are excited to announce that a permanent micro-Point of Dispensing vaccine site will launch at South Mountain Community College on Saturday, April 10.
Recently, Healthcare Innovation Editor-in-Chief Mark Hagland spoke with Tomás León, interim CEO of the Equality Health Foundation, regarding that organization’s activities in the past several months, and his perspectives on the issues and opportunities facing those working for testing and vaccination equity in the current pandemic situation.
The Equality Health Foundation in partnership with Arizona State University (ASU) announces a collaborative effort with local stakeholders in communities of color to increase access to COVID-19 testing and culturally competent health care outreach and education for vulnerable communities hit hard by the pandemic.
The Equality Health Foundation announces a collaborative effort with Arizona State University to increase access to COVID-19 testing and culturally competent health care outreach for communities disproportionately impacted by the virus. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC),
The Equality Health Foundation, a leading advocate in combatting health disparities rooted in economic, racial and social conditions announces that the free COVID-19 drive-thru testing event for Saturday, June 27 has reached its registration capacity and has ended registration. Only confirmed drive-thru appointments will be accommodated.
The Equality Health Foundation, a leading advocate in combatting health disparities rooted in economic, racial and social conditions, is providing free COVID-19 drive-thru testing events on two Saturdays this month—June 20 and June 27—for families and individuals disproportionately impacted by the novel coronavirus.
La Equality Health Foundation, una organización líder en la lucha por eliminar las disparidades en el acceso a los servicios de salud determinadas por las condiciones económicas, raciales y sociales, llevará a cabo eventos gratuitos de pruebas de detección de COVID-19 durante los sábados 20 y 27 de junio.