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Our Members 

Whether you are recieveing our Services or apart of our cause, our members value the idea of an equitable community in the future.

Our Services

 Ranging from Individual Medical Counseling to Affordable Lab Testing our team of experts are dedicated to providing you with the optimal health care you deserve whilst cutting down the out of pocket expenses that may arise. 

Our Partners 

Varied from hospitals, Urgent Centers, and other Non-Profit Organizations, our partners help us provide the finical sustainability our members need.

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Health disparities are inequitable and are directly related to the historical and current unequal distribution of social, political, economic, and environmental resources (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC) 


Factors such as gender, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and geographic location, all shape a person's ability to access optimal and affordable health care. Due to underrepresented communities not being able to obtain the highest form of healthcare that is needed to improve their health, we have higher rates of chronic disease and premature death compared to the rates among whites. While Health Disparities have been an ongoing issue for decades, only recent implications to rectify this issue have been utilized. Inclusive Med is the only Non-Profit Organization in America that specializes in providing various solutions to address this National Issue.

News & Stories

Read Findings in realtion to Health Care Inequites In additon to solutions for this promonent issue.


How poor communication exacerbates health inequities – and what to do about it

Stuart M. ButlerNehath Sheriff

February 22, 2021

10 Things to Know About Medicaid

Robin Rudowitz , Alice Burns .Elizabeth Hinton , and Maiss Mohamed
Published: Jun 30, 2023

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, referred to as the Affordable Care Act or “ACA” for short, is the comprehensive health care reform law enacted in March 2010

The 2022 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report: We Still Have Much Work to Do 
By Robert Otto Valdez, Ph.D., M.H.S.A.
NOV 22 2022

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