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We are thrilled to announce that Chase Brexton Health Care recently received $120,000 from the Middendorf Foundation to support our ongoing Information Technology needs.
This back-to-school season will be a unique experience for many LGBTQ youth and their families, with school districts in Maryland and elsewhere starting the year with entirely virtual learning.
Chase Brexton Health Care has once again been named a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization.
ELLICOTT CITY, MD – On Tuesday, August 25, County Executive Calvin Ball hosted a Health & Wellness Townhall with nine Howard County health professionals. The distinguished health leaders answered questions and discussed pressing health topics including COVID-19, behavioral and mental health,
You've heard it for months - to help keep yourself and others healthy, stay six feet apart from other people. But...how far away is six feet, exactly? Well...
By Sam McClure The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care
We've known that they're heroes for a long time, but our own Dr. Elyse Pine and Deborah Dunn PA-C were recently honored as "Healthcare Heroes" by The Baltimore Sun.
Stay COVID-safe, and make sure your vote is counted in November with these helpful tips and links:
Chase Brexton Health Care patients experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-10 crisis will benefit from a $7,500 grant awarded to the community health center from The Baltimore County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund at the Baltimore Community Foundation.
By Kate Bishop and Randall Leonard The LGBT Health Resource Center

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