Partners Endorsing the Campaign

Ad Astra, Inc., Maryland

American College of Healthcare Executives, Illinois

Ariano Partnership, Massachusetts

America's Essential Hospitals, Washington, DC

Atrius Health, Massachusetts

Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute, Missouri

Broadway House, New Jersey

Chickahominy Tribe, Virginia

Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority, Oklahoma

Clearview360, Maryland

Consulting for Quality Health Care in U.S. Communities, Wisconsin

Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts

Emory University - Nell Hodgson School of Nursing, Georgia

Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia

The Exeter Group, Illinois

Express Health Services, New York

Glenn Lopsis Group, California

Habilitative Systems, Inc., Illinois

Haney/Lowderman - The Wetrich Group, Georgia

Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts

The Health Alliance of MidAmerica, LLC, Kansas

HealthCare Dynamics International, Maryland

Healthy Hispanic Living, California

Hebrew Senior Life, Massachusetts

InDemand Interpreting, Washington

Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Massachusetts

Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Maryland

Kansas Healthcare Collaborative, Kansas

Language Access Network, Ohio

Monica Garcia Consulting, California

National Association of Health Services Executives, Illinois

National Association of Hispanic Nurses, New Jersey

The National Center for Healthcare Leadership, Chicago

National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives, Texas

National Urban League, New York

Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, Illinois

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Jersey

The Joint Commission, Washington, DC

Urban Health Plan, New York

Warrior Centric Health, LLC, Maryland

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, Michigan

Whittier St. Health Center, Massachusetts


Critical to the success of the National Call to Action is endorsement and support from organizations committed to the elimination of health care disparities. To learn more about endorsing the National Call to Action, please contact Tomás León, president & CEO, Institute for Diversity in Health Management at (312) 422-2630 or tleon@aha.org.