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At El Rio Health, we are committed to health equity. Health equity is when everyone has the opportunity to attain their full health potential without being discriminated against or disadvantaged. We strive to provide care that makes all our patients feel safe, heard and valued.
Part of creating health equity is committing to diversity and inclusion within our clinics, among our patients and our staff. We believe it is critical for our staff, not only to look like but also, to understand and empathize with the community we serve. We acknowledge and celebrate the national origin, language, race, ethnicity, culture, age, religion, income, physical & mental ability, gender identity, and sexual orientation of our patients and our employees.
Why is this important?
Social and economic factors play a large role in health and illness. Research shows that bias and racism negatively impact the health and wellness of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color), LGBTQ+ people, and others underrepresented or marginalized people.
Increasing the diversity of our workforce, promoting inclusiveness in our workplace, and training our staff on implicit bias helps us:
To our patients, staff, and community, we commit to:
To increase and maintain diversity and inclusion in our workforce, we continue our commitment to:
Read more about our Health Equity Commitment here.
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Our Center of Opportunity Lab will be closed today, Tuesday, May 30th. We apologize for any inconvenience.