ProMedica's Government Relations department coordinates efforts involving public officials and our stakeholders to best support the care we provide and the communities we serve. We believe strongly that, as part of our Mission, ProMedica serves as a resource on policies impacting healthcare, and we will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments – so you can make the most informed decisions. Feel free to use the information on this page to stay informed and connected.
In the Spotlight
Keep up with news and events that affect health care in your community by reading the stories below.
Come to the Table to End U.S. Hunger
Through our collaborative Come to the Table advocacy initiative, ProMedica is addressing hunger as a health issue and encouraging other healthcare leaders, government officials and additional partners to expand the effort to their communities. View this video below to learn more about hunger and ProMedica’s initiatives to address food insecurity and poor nutrition among the people we serve.
ProMedica's Work on Hunger as Health Issue Referenced on Floor of U.S. House
ProMedica was recently referenced in a floor speech by Representative James McGovern (D-MA) in the U.S. House of Representatives for its work as it relates to hunger as a health issue. In the speech, Rep. McGovern states how it is imperative that the medical community follow the lead of healthcare organizations like ProMedica, and calls for national dialogue so that hunger across the nation can be effectively addressed. A transcript of Rep. McGovern’s speech can be accessed using the link below:
View the resources below for information about how to become a part of important conversations that affect the healthcare industry in your community.
ProMedica Legislative Update
Stay informed of the latest healthcare policy happenings with ProMedica Legislative Update.
ProMedica is pleased to make available our Legislative Directory. This helpful resource provides contact information for elected leaders representing ProMedica’s service area.
Government Relations Action Center
ProMedica encourages employees, volunteers, doctors and board members to get involved in civic issues that affect our hospitals and the communities we serve. Speak-up and make your voice heard by using the Government Relations Action Center.