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Bon Secours Mercy Health makes investments to address economic, racial disparities

Bon Secours Mercy Health, the Catholic hospital system based in Cincinnati, has committed to leveraging millions of dollars in investment capital to address disparities related to economics, race and the environment. The parent of Mercy Health-Cincinnati hospitals is among 14 health systems that committed to a total of more than $700 million in investments aimed at creating strong and healthy communities, according to the Democracy Collaborative, a nonprofit with offices in Cleveland and Washington, D.C.

Publication date: 2019-11-08
Parent publication: Cincinnati Business Courier
Publication URL: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/11/08/mercy-health-investments-will-address-economic.html

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