UI Health Celebrates Diversity
At UI Health, we are proud of the many unique cultures and heritages that make up our providers, staff, and the communities we serve.
We are excited to celebrate diversity at our institution by observing and recognizing various cultural heritage months, including Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Pride Month, and National Hispanic Heritage Month, among others.
During these months, we will spotlight employees, share facts, shine a light on important figures in UI Health history, and encourage representation.
Celebrating Women’s History MonthDuring March, UI Health is recognizing the importance of Women’s History and the achievements of women in the healthcare industry.
Celebrating Black History MonthUI Health celebrates Black History Month this year by highlighting recent accomplishments by Black leaders in healthcare, both locally and nationally.
Honoring Native American Heritage Month
UI Health honors Native American Heritage Month and the past and present significance of Native Americans in our area.
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
UI Health honors the achievements and contributions of Hispanic and Latinx members of our community through Hispanic Heritage Month.
Celebrating Disability Pride Month
Disability Pride Month provides an opportunity to remove the stigma around living with a disability and remind everyone of ways to be accessible and inclusive in our care and work environments, and our personal lives.
Celebrating Pride Month
UI Health is proud to join in this year's LGBTQ+ Pride Month celebration by featuring employee spotlights, sharing how they honor and serve as advocates for the LGBTQ+ community.
Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
This May, UI Health pays tribute to the generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders that have enriched American history and healthcare.