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New Affordable Housing Community Opens With UH Wellness Center

New development by NRP Group has 52 apartment homes and UH wellness services in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood designed to address social determinants of health (SDOH).

UH Invests $531 Million to Address Health and Economic Disparities

New Community Health Investment Report highlights health system’s three priority areas: Maternal & Child Health, Well-being and Economic Opportunity.

New study finds U.S. military veterans living in discriminatory ‘redlined’ areas suffered higher rates of cardiovascular disease

U.S. military veterans who lived in what were once known as “redlined” areas had a higher risk for heart attacks

UH Seidman Cancer Center team finds disparities in patients receiving complex cancer surgery

Findings of neighborhood-level disparities published in Annals of Surgery.

New University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center Study Demonstrates the Critical Importance of Social Determinants of Health When Evaluating the Association of Race and Cancer Outcomes

Research published in JAMA Network Open of the Journal of American Medical Association

Randy Vince, Jr., MD, Joins UH Urology Institute to Lead Enterprises Focus on Minority Mens Health

Innovative urologic oncologist has a passion for minority men’s health and racial justice in medicine.

UH Studying a Self-Management Treatment for Black Women with Depression and at Risk for High Blood Pressure

Research funded through $450,000 grant from American Heart Association.

1930s 'Redlining' Connected to Poor Health Outcomes Today

New study from UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute shows link between historical redlining and increase in contemporary cardiometabolic health risk factors.

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