"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhumane.” —Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
At Providence, we recognize that long-standing inequities and systemic injustices exist. This has led to health disparities among communities that have been marginalized because of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion or socioeconomic status.
Each year, we serve more than 6 million people of every walk of life. We value each member of our diverse communities for their identities, journeys and experiences. And we commit to doing the personal and institutional work needed to live the values of Providence, which call us to welcome all and serve one another with respect and dignity.
Together, with your investment, we can make significant strides toward improving health outcomes for all.
With you, we can prioritize health equity for all and create a world where every person has the chance to live their healthiest life. Thank you for your generous consideration.
News & Stories
April 22, 2022A conversation with Angelia Marith, Chief of Staff, Populations Health Management, Providence; Aimee Khuu, Chief, Health Equity Home and Community Care, Providence; Jeremy D Edmonds, Outreach and Marketing Liaison Providence Elderplace, Pace Program, Providence; and Whitney Haggerson, Vice President, Health Equity and Medicaid Population Health Management, Providence.
February 25, 2022
Pandemic Highlights Work to Be Done to Improve Racial, Economic Health EquityDr. Nwando Anyaoku says building partnerships in the Black community to provide education and resources is key to closing gaps in healthcare.