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Health Reform & Social Justice: Opportunities for Reducing Inequity & Addressing Health Disparities

League of Women Voters of Davis Area will be hosting an evening with Dr. Susan Rogers, President of Physicians for a National Health Plan (PNHP).  Dr. Rogers’s presentation will include an overview of the U.S. health care system through a social justice lens, followed by a discussion highlighting disparities resulting from our current policies and opportunities to improve inequities through health reform. The forum will conclude with an audience Q&A.


Dr. Rogers is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rush University. She has recently retired from her hospitalist practice in Chicago at Stroger Hospital of Cook County. She has previously served as co-director of medical student teaching at Stroger and as Medical Director of Near North Health Service Corp, a Chicago FQHC. Most recently, Dr. Rogers spoke at the June California League of Women Voters Annual Convention, providing the presentation: “Health Care: Inequities and Opportunities”.


"This forum aims to educate voters about our current healthcare model and how it impacts local care access, affordability, quality and equity. Our guest speaker provides insights into how health reform can improve each of these to optimize community health and wellness. The LWVDA supports the National League healthcare positions in support of an affordable, accessible, quality, and equitable health care system, critical for the health, safety and economic security of all communities. Becoming an informed voter is fundamental to ensuring the engagement needed to affect meaningful reform. The future of our community health and healthcare systems will rely upon votes cast by those with a better understanding of current needs and resources and our opportunities to enact needed change." LWVDA


To help speakers best address your concerns, questions, and issues, we encourage attendees to please submit them in advance to before October 4.


The Davis Area LWVC Health Care Committee thanks co-sponsors LWV of Washington DC, LWV of Amherst Massachusetts, LWV of Teaneck New Jersey, LWV of Ashville-Buncombe North Carolina, LWV of  Charlotte Mecklenberg North Carolina, LWV of  Manatee County Florida, LWV of  Philadelphia Pennsylvania, LWV of  Bucks County Pennsylvania, LWV of  Oakland Michigan, LWV of Johnson County Kansas, LWV of  Licking County Ohio, LWV of Tarrant County Texas, LWV of Tacoma-Pierce County Washington, LWV of Benton-Franklin Washington, LWV of Seattle-King County Washington, LWV of Napa California, LWV of Alameda California, LWV of Santa Barbara  California, and the LWV of Long Beach California.


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LWVDavis Health Care

Wednesday, October 6, 2021, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
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