Dignity Health believes that every Californian deserves to be healthy.
California is remarkable for its diverse population and steadfast spirit. Californians are go-getters, dreamers and trailblazers whose faces reflect all of humankind.
And Dignity Health stands for every single Californian.
We can build a more just, equal and healthy society for everyone in our state, and Dignity Health is ready to lead the way. There is no health provider that serves as many diverse patients and communities in every part of California—with a particular focus on serving communities of color and patients without access to care. Our mission drives us to find solutions for hunger, homelessness, human trafficking and environmental challenges, and to improve health access and equity for every Californian. We hope you will join us in supporting the health of California’s diverse communities.
While the COVID-19 vaccine may be readily available across California, many people with special needs face a variety of challenges that make it difficult for them to access the...Read More
Partnership With Lestonnac Free Clinic Improves Care—and Quality of Life—for Immigrants, Low-Income and Uninsured Patients
There are nearly 11 million immigrants living in California, according to Public Policy Institute of California. A large portion of them are undocumented, making them ineligible...Read More
COVID-19 has not only exposed existing health inequities; it has exacerbated them. Black and Latinx Californians make up a disproportionate number of both the total number of COVID-19 cases...Read More
If you went with Wayne Malek to his doctor’s appointment today, it would feel utterly and completely typical. What you might not realize is the incredible innovation it took...Read More
A cancer diagnosis is devastating, not just to the patient who receives it, but to the friends and loved ones who will support them through treatment. There are more...Read More
Black Americans don’t see many clinicians who look like them in the doctors’ offices, clinics and hospitals where they get care. That’s because only 5% of U.S. doctors are...Read More