Founded in 2015, Equality Health aims to improve access to quality care for people who have long struggled with navigating the traditional one-size-fits-all U.S. healthcare system. Our model breaks down barriers and addresses social determinants of health, to help rebuild a bridge of trust, respect and compassion between patients and doctors. The goal? To ensure all people receive high-quality care that improves and enhances their lives regardless of race, ethnicity, age or income.
We Believe in Equal Healthcare for All
To ensure all people receive quality healthcare that improves and enriches their lives.
A world where everyone has equal access to quality healthcare and achieves optimum health.
We Believe in Social Justice
We believe that all people share a common humanity and therefore have a right to equitable treatment, support for their human rights, and a fair allocation of community resources.
We Believe in Health Equity
We believe that people of all ages, races, ethnicities, income levels and social status should have equal access to high-quality healthcare that encompasses physical, behavioral, and social well-being in their local communities.
We Believe in Cultural Integration
We believe that a person’s knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about healthcare stem from their cultural values, social norms, and where they live.
We Believe in Connected Communities
We believe that we must automate community-based care in order to optimize care collaboration and focus on developing communities, not just knocking on their doors.
Embracing Culture. Empowering Providers.
Equality Health helps doctors save time, so they can focus on improving care for their patients – especially those left behind as a result of the broken U.S. healthcare system.
When Equality Health takes care of business, doctors can get back to being doctors. That means more listening, more understanding, and higher quality care for you and your family.
Today, the Equality Health is collaborating with more than 2,500 healthcare providers that serve more than 175,000 patients.