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Release: PA Physician General Rachel Levine Underscores Importance of Linkage Between Behavioral and Sexual & Reproductive Health Care at AccessMatters Leading the Way Conference

 

 

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PA Physician General Rachel Levine Underscores Importance of Linkage Between Behavioral and Sexual & Reproductive Health Care at AccessMatters Leading the Way Conference

Three National Experts Speak to Value of Collaboration Across Disciplines

 

PHILADELPHIA – (December 1, 2016) – Nearly two hundred regional healthcare professionals gathered yesterday at AccessMatters’ third annual Leading the Way Conference at Temple University to share best practices for serving teens and adults in need of sexual and reproductive health services. Headlining the conference were: Pennsylvania Physician General Rachel Levine, MD; Atlanta-based Nzinga Harrison, MD, chief medical officer of Anka Behavioral Health; and Al Killen-Harvey, LCSW, clinical coordinator of The Chadwick Center for Children & Families at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA.

The conference focused on building bridges between sexual, reproductive, and behavioral health care to improve access to patient-centered care for adults and teens. <<Read More>>

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