The Call to End Healthcare Disparities Takes Center Stage
Sarah Jones’ A Right to Care
The Partnership for Quality Care and Congressional Tri-Caucus
to Host Tony Award Winner
WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, July 9, Tony Award winner Sarah Jones will present A Right to Care - her one-woman show examining the causes and consequences of healthcare disparities from a uniquely first-person perspective.
Commissioned by the Kellogg Foundation with the goal of increasing awareness of ethnic and cultural healthcare disparities, the performance is hosted by the Partnership for Quality Care and the Congressional Tri-Caucus and is free and open to the public. Invited guests include members of Congress, leading healthcare providers and health equity advocates, as well as nurses, doctors and healthcare workers from area hospitals.
WHO: Tony Award winner Sarah Jones, presented by the Partnership for Quality Care and the Congressional Hispanic, Black and Asian Pacific American Caucuses
WHAT: Performance of A Right to Care– a one woman show examining healthcare disparities
WHERE: Capitol Hill Visitors Center
Orientation Theatre South
Capitol Hill, Washington DC
WHEN: Thursday, July 9 at 6:00pm
The Partnership for Quality Care is a national joint labor-management coalition committed to ensuring quality, affordable healthcare for everyone in America. It includes public, private, religious, teaching, and non-profit hospitals nationwide and integrated health systems and the nation's largest healthcare union, with more than one million nurses, doctors and healthcare workers. Its members care for more than 60 million patients annually.