April is National Minority Health Month! By understanding health disparities faced by minorities, we can begin to learn how to fix them.
Discovering the carrier of yellow fever is no small feat. Neither is advocating for minority health or winning a Nobel Prize; however, Hispanic and Latino healthcare professionals have accomplished this and so much more.
The history of the LGBTQIA+ community is a longstanding narrative in society that is often left untold.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month recognizes the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.
Women have always been essential in healthcare, providing care for family and loved ones for centuries.
During the month of February, we recognize Black History and the people who influenced the shaping of our culture, society, and history.
Pride Month is a time for community members to get together to show their support and love for those in the LGBTQIA+ community.
We understand that while all our medical staff is fantastic at what they do, some barriers are tough to overcome. The language barrier is a complication that many nurses deal with in new and creative ways.