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Community Partners

Community partners collaborate with Mississippi Health Professional for Climate and Health Equity (MSHPCHE) to address climate issues, provide resources, and promote unity and inclusivity. Their dedication and passion drive progress and inspire hope, making them valuable assets in fostering positive change and growth in Mississippi.

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In aiming to improve the health of Mississippians, MSPHI is dedicated to developing partnerships that are committed to program innovation, the increase of health resources, education, health awareness, and applied research and policy.

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Mississippi Medical and Surgical Association is the Mississippi chapter of the National Medical Association. Striving to address the issues that affect the poor and underrepresented individuals, communities and physicians, while promoting health and decreasing health disparities.

Mississippi Medical and Surgical Association is the Mississippi chapter of the National Medical Association. Striving to address the issues that affect the poor and underrepresented individuals, communities and physicians, while promoting health and decreasing health disparities.

Active Member:  Dr Richard Rayford

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The Mississippi Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (MSAAP) is a professional membership organization of more than 325 Mississippi pediatricians, both primary care providers and subspecialists, residents, and medical students. 

Active Member: Dr. Angela Weathersby

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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People: Civil Rights Organization in Rankin County, Mississippi.

Mississippi Public Health Association is a community of public health advocates and professionals from all across Mississippi committed to keeping Mississippi healthy and safe.

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Mississippi's State Board of Health was established in 1877 to protect and advance health throughout Mississippi, and became the Mississippi State Department of Health in 1982.

Active Members: Augusta Bilbro and Casssandra Dove Brown
 

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Mississippi's State Board of Health was established in 1877 to protect and advance health throughout Mississippi, and became the Mississippi State Department of Health in 1982.

Active Member: Catherine Lee

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