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By Sam McClure The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care
We've known that they're heroes for a long time, but our own Dr. Elyse Pine and Deborah Dunn PA-C were recently honored as "Healthcare Heroes" by The Baltimore Sun.
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Chase Brexton Health Care patients experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-10 crisis will benefit from a $7,500 grant awarded to the community health center from The Baltimore County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund at the Baltimore Community Foundation.
By Kate Bishop and Randall Leonard The LGBT Health Resource Center
Chase Brexton Health Care patients will benefit from a $82,231 grant awarded to the community health center earlier this month by PNC Charitable Trust. 
The director of our LGBT Health Resource Center, Sam McClure, recently penned an op/ed for Baltimore OUTLoud in which she discussed the dramatic, emotional swings in recent events, and shared her personal journey in navigating them.
Ebony Beckles and Heidi Whiting from our Medication Support Team were recently honored by the Baltimore Sun as "Heroes of the Week" for their extraordinary efforts to help Chase Brexton patients adhere to their medication plans and treatment regimen. From the Baltimore Sun's story:
Chase Brexton Health Care patients facing hypertension or cardiovascular disease will benefit from the community health care center’s purchase of new EKG machines, made possible by a recent $74,000 grant from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield.
By Mark Ridderhoff, LCSW-C The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care On May 27 we lost one of the many great leaders of the LGBT+ community: Larry Kramer, the founder of Gay Men’s Health Crisis and Act Up. 

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