Lobby Training for Single Payer Health Care

WHEN: Sunday, April 12, 2015 11AM — 3PM

WHERE: 131 W 33rd Street, 4th Floor, New York NY 10001

1658721_10152272517729321_1971985771_o.jpgJoin single-payer supporters as we learn to answer tough questions on the Gottfried/Perkins New York Health Act (A.5062/S.3525) in meetings with your legislators. Get the latest information on how we'll fund single payer in New York State and practice lobbying scenarios so you're ready for Statewide Single Payer Lobby Day on Tuesday, May 5th in Albany.

This session will prepare you to advocate for a health care system that puts people over profit.
The bill was reintroduced this session with enough cosponsors to pass the Assembly. Let's push to pass single-payer in New York State this session and say loud and clear, Health Care IS A Human Right!

This training is free and lunch is included so please RSVP HERE

For the Statewide Lobby Day please RSVP HERE

Community Health Centers: A Model for the Future 
of Healthcare Delivery

WHEN: Tuesday, April 14, 7:30PM

WHERE: 10 Union Square East at 14th Street, 2nd Floor Auditorium


Linda Prine, MD, Director of Women's Health at New York City's Institute for Family Health
Daniel O'Conell, MD, Montefiore Medical Group-Family Health Center (FHC)
Daniel Neghassi, MD, Heritage Health Care Center, West Harlem      
Alice Sardell, PhD, Department of Urban Studies Queens College      

America’s Health Centers owe their existence to a remarkable turn of events in U.S. history, and to a few determined community health and civil rights activists working in low-income communities during the 1960s. Millions of Americans, living in inner-city neighborhoods and rural areas throughout the country suffered from deep poverty and a desperate need for health care. The first community health centers were established 50 years ago. Today, there are more than 1,200 Community Health Centers serving 23 million people at over 9,000 sites located throughout all 50 states and U.S. territories.This forum will feature family physicians in New York City describing the state of health care delivery in community health centers today. As access to health insurance expands, with the goal of a universal single-payer system providing 100% coverage of the population, are community health centers a model for the future of healthcare delivery?



Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) is a single issue organization advocating a universal, comprehensive single-payer national health program. PNHP has 19,000 members and 40 chapters across the United States.

Since 1987, we've advocated for reform in the U.S. health care system. We educate physicians and other health professionals about the benefits of a single-payer system--including fewer administrative costs and affording health insurance for the 50 million Americans who have none.

Our members and physician activists work toward a single-payer national health program in their communities. PNHP performs ground breaking research on the health crisis and the need for fundamental reform, coordinates speakers and forums, participates in town hall meetings and debates, contributes scholarly articles to peer-reviewed medical journals, and appears regularly on national television and news programs advocating for a single-payer system.

PNHP is the only national physician organization in the United States dedicated exclusively to implementing a single-payer national health program.