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By Dr. Sebastian Ruhs, MD Chief Medical Officer Chase Brexton Health Care
The experiences of the Stonewall generation will be at the center of the LGBT Health Resource Center’s next virtual ElderPRIDE Power Hour, coming up this Thursday, December 10, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
If you couldn't tune in yesterday, The POWER Project took to Facebook Live on World AIDS Day for a special installment of "The Power Half-Hour." We've got the complete video for you below - take a look!
We want you to be safe and take precautions throughout the winter. So, as you make plans, keep this advice in mind. FIRST THINGS FIRST - People who should not attend in-person travels and holiday celebrations:
Chase Brexton was recently recognized as one of the nation's highest-performing health care centers, and for the progress made in the quality of care we deliver, with a federal grant funding of $231,073 to support our ongoing operations.
Chase Brexton Health Care’s all-virtual 2020 gala, “An Evening at the Moulin Rouge,” succeeded in raising $215,000 to support a trio of programs benefitting Chase Brexton patients, COVID relief efforts, and educational trainings.
The LGBT Health Resource Center's education and training programs for health care providers on delivering LGBT-affirming care, and the urgent need for further programs and education, were highlighted in
Thanks to a $62,000 grant from the Covery’s Community Healthcare Foundation, Chase Brexton recently implemented Patient Navigation services for 300 low-income women of childbearing age across Baltimore.
By Kate Bishop The LGBT Health Resource Center “Spooky Season” has arrived and the beautiful autumn finds us all…STRESSED.

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