Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Oak Street Health

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion make use stronger. That’s why we champion it at Oak Street Health, and support Oakies from all walks of life. See a few of our Oakies tell their story.

People resource groups at Oak Street Health

Womens PRG

The mission of the Women’s People Resource Group is to cultivate a gender inclusive environment at both Oak Street Health and in the greater community. Through the PRG, we create spaces for women to engage with one another as peers and mentors, develop leadership skills and broaden their network, and elevate the importance of gender inclusivity at Oak Street Health.

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Every day I wake up feeling blessed to be a part of a company that understands the importance of how good-quality healthcare impacts communities that have been abandoned by so many.

Mo’Sha Myles, Social Work Program Manager and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer
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People resource groups at Oak Street Health

Moms PRG

The Mom’s People Resource Group focuses on creating a forum to share experiences, struggles, discuss balance, and support each other. The group shares best practices in being successful in your career while also being a mom.

Moms group

The mission brought me here, but it was the diverse group of people I work with, support for development and experiences that have kept me here. As a veteran I’ve been able to do some amazing things in my life. This is the most rewarding opportunity I have ever had.

Jerry Wilkerson, National Vice President, Outreach - Expansion Markets
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People resource groups at Oak Street Health

LGBTQIA+ PRG

Our LGBTQIA+ People Resource Group focuses on the needs of our LGBTQIA+ patients and staff. We believe Oak Street Health should be a preferred and desired place to work, and for Medicare-eligible adults a preferred place to receive primary care. This dedicated group focuses on three ways in which we can support this purpose: networking and social engagement through direct community support, knowledge sharing among Oakies for clinical and social support, and building Oak Street Health to be an industry and clinical care leader for LGBTQIA+ people as employees, patients, and community partners.

Lgbtq group at oak street health

Being Venezuelan, I have been able to use my hispanic heritage to speak to the latino community and help them access the healthcare they need. I love working for Oak Street Health because they value diversity and I feel I have the support I need here to help others.

Rene Rincon, Outreach Director
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