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By Sam McClure Executive Director, The Center for LGBTQ Health Equity
Gay men in Baltimore needed STI treatment in 1978, but continually found ineptitude and humiliation from providers who had no knowledge about their patients’ risks or their realities.
It wasn’t always easy for Nancy to find competent, welcoming care for her transgender daughter, Autumn. Even a routine procedure could become a painful and unsafe experience.
For Chase Brexton Health Care doctor who styles himself “Dr. America,” it’s only appropriate that he needed a team-up to be a hero to many fellow health care workers.
Dental care isn’t just about keeping your teeth sparking and healthy—oral hygiene can have a major impact on an elder’s overall health and quality of life.
We’re all eager to enjoy summer fun with friends and family, but continued vaccine hesitancy and the rise of the Delta variant of COVID-19 raises questions about how to reconnect with our favorite people and activities safely.
Patients with diabetes who are seen at Chase Brexton’s Columbia Center will soon receive additional support and treatment thanks to a recent grant from the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission.
Every year for LGBTQ Pride month, those of us who have chosen LGBTQ advocacy as our work are inundated with requests for presentations, panels, keynotes, workshops, you name it. My team at the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity is no different.
The Virtual AIDS Walk & Music Festival Baltimore 2021 surpassed its goal by $20,000, raising more than $185,000 to support HIV services of Chase Brexton Health Care and its Community Partners. 
Chase Brexton's Behavioral Health team will soon expand their care to children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17 years old with the establishment of a Pediatric Adolescent Clinical Care Team, supported by a $100,000 grant from the Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Foundation.

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