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Celebrate the New Roaring ‘20s at Chase Brexton Health Care’s 2024 Gala Event!

Join Chase Brexton Health Care in celebrating the new Roaring ‘20s at the community health care provider’s 2024 gala event, “Ritz and Razzmatazz,” happening March 30, 2024 at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Healthy Thanksgiving Menu Swaps

(11/17/23) Are you looking for ideas to make some traditional Thanksgiving foods healthier? Here are some simple tips and swaps to try, along with some recipes/¿Busca ideas para hacer más sanas algunas comidas tradicionales de Acción de Gracias?  Aquí tiene algunos consejos sencillos y algunas re

What's in Season in November?... Collards!

(11/16/2023) What's in Season in November?... Collards! 

Brought to you from the Chase Brexton Health Care nutrition team!

Chase Brexton to Launch STI Clinic at Mt. Vernon Center With CDC Grant Support

Baltimore (Nov. 15, 2023) – Chase Brexton Health Care will launch a new clinic focused on the diagnosis and treatment of sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) in Baltimore City thanks to a grant award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Glen Burnie Staff Training News!

(10/31/23) This June, over 30 Glen Burnie team members participated in the Burnout Breakthrough: Reclaiming Your Energy training, facilitated by Shelly Henriquez-Neill from CenteredLead, LLC.

Happy Halloween from The Institute for EDI


Learn more about The Institute for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion at Chase Brexton here: The Institute for EDI | Chase Brexton Health Care

Racist Origins of Idiom, “Spooky/Spooked”

Healthy Halloween Fun!

(10/28/23) How can we stay healthy while enjoying Halloween fun? 

The “I” In LGBTQIA: Intersex Awareness Day

(10/26/23) October 26th, 2023 marks a special 20-year milestone for Intersex Awareness Day. First started in 2003 by Emi Koyama and Betsy Driver, the original intent of Intersex Awareness Day was to introduce the movement to a greater audience.

Inclusion and Visibility: The Asexual and Aromantic Community

(10/23/23) It's Asexuality Awareness Week! 

When consuming media, romantic and/or sexual attraction are everywhere.