Michigan LGBT Health Summit: Meeting the Primary Care Needs of the LGBT Population

By |2016-06-02T09:00:00-04:00June 2nd, 2016|Guides, Pride Guide|

The Michigan Primary Care Association will host its first Michigan LGBT Health Summit June 13 at the Doubletree Hotel in Bay City, Michigan.
The summit will include panels and breakout sessions that will focus on best practices from industry experts, innovative projects and transformative programs centering on providing quality care for the LGBT population in Michigan. The keynote address will be delivered by Dan Lentine, MPH, partnerships liaison for the Office of Policy, Planning & External Relations, Division of STD Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who will talk about the national efforts to transform care for the LGBT population.
Registration costs $50 for students, $155 for non-FQHC partners and $140 for FQHC. For more information contact Lindsey Naeyaert, clinical specialist with the Michigan Primary Care Association, at [email protected] or 517-827-0874. More details can also be found at http://gaybe.am/lhs.

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