– Robert Alan Silverstein
After the death of George Floyd, they came together to support each other – and the Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion framework was born.
Former teammates Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy and Michael Cooper discussed racial equity, social justice, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine during a UCLA Health Black History month event.
More than 180 elderly family members of health system employees in the division of general services, including cooks, cleaning staff, and temperature screeners, were vaccinated on Sunday, Feb. 21.
At UCLA Health, we believe a diverse and inclusive health care workforce and environment results in better care, service and health outcomes for our patients. We also believe that our commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion will result in greater productivity, innovation and engagement of our staff and patients.
UCLA Health welcomes all people and values their unique characteristics and experiences. We are committed to building stronger work relationships with each other and providing high-quality, equitable health care to the diverse patient populations that we serve.
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We’ve developed a comprehensive plan with 5 key objectives to advance health equity, diversity and inclusion.
We welcome your ideas on how to best co-develop our future steps to achieve an equitable and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and circumstances. Contact UCLA Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org
– James Baldwin
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