June 19th marks the annual holiday known as Juneteenth, and we embrace the importance of this day as a celebration of Black history and culture. Juneteenth offers the opportunity to not only reflect on the past, but also to focus on the steps we must take to build a better future.
At Primary Health Network, we understand that our country continues to confront racial injustice and trauma. We are committed to doing our part, however small, in promoting equality and unity by educating ourselves and building strong relationships in our communities.
As an organization, we remain steadfast in our mission of accepting all patients and we celebrate diversity of all types. We encourage you to take time today to pause and consider the significance of Juneteenth and all that it represents.