Every child and every family is different. Each has their own specific needs, opinions, beliefs, religions, and cultural backgrounds — all of which can impact how they view and would like to receive health care. That’s why we created the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI) to help us be respectful, sensitive, and mindful of the cultural and spiritual needs and differences of the children and families we see every day.
We’re here to learn, listen, and help inform every member of our staff about what we
can all do to treat you and your child with the care and respect you deserve — tailored