The statewide coalition formed in January 2020 in order to create a single powerful voice of over 30 different North Carolina groups that support Medicare for All.
Contact: Rebecca Cerese
The Cornwell Group is a nonpartisan, committed satellite group of HCJ-NC. We came together in the Fall of 2017 after Dr. Jessica Schorr Saxe spoke at the Cornwell Center, the exercise and wellness facility associated with Myers Park Baptist Church. Several of the attendees were moved to form a circle of influence to educate and spread the word about Single-payer Improved Medicare for All. We are a diverse group of physicians, nurses, educators, designers, photographers, and a variety of other professionals and interested individuals.
Contact: Jacki Marshall
Health Care Justice at UNC Charlotte is a student chapter of HCJ-NC and Physicians for a National Health Program (PHNP). HCJ UNCC advocates for universal access to high-quality health care through three main approaches: advocacy, discourse, and service, to create a meaningful approach to supporting health equality, through tabling, distributing stickers and flyers, hosting speakers, attending rallies, organizing service events, hosting film screenings, and other activities to bring these core purposes to fruition.
Health Care Justice at Queens University is a student chapter of HCJ NC and Physicians for a National Health Program (PHNP). Their mission is to spread awareness of Medicare for All by discussing the issues of our current healthcare system, hosting screenings and info sessions about Medicare for All, and talking to potential voters about the benefits and reasoning behind a single-payer system.
We especially appreciate the support of HCANC, the first North Carolina PNHP Chapter.
Contact: Dr. Jonathan Kotch
Mail: PO Box 2235
Chapel Hill, NC
HOPE - Health Over Profit for Everyone - is an organization of individuals, members, and current or past leaders of organizations working to achieve a national improved Medicare for All healthcare system.
Dr. Margaret Flowers