Memorial Health System in Gulfport, Mississippi held a meaningful discussion within its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) program to close out Women’s History Month. The panel discussion held on Tuesday morning focused on the national theme of women standing up for equality, diversity and inclusion.

Memorial Health System Communications Manager, Erin Rosetti, highlighted the impact of implicit bias and the importance of listening and understanding the experiences of others to create a healthier community and build better relationships. Rosetti expressed excitement about expanding the program as it was the panel’s third year.

The panel of speakers included Chief Nursing Officer Mary Brobst, Director of Patient Financial Services Crystal Bowler, Healthcare Accreditation Coordinator Lucinda L’Enfant and Family Nurse Practitioner Diane Edrington. The speakers shared their insights on how to overcome implicit bias and create a more inclusive environment in healthcare.

The audience was encouraged to ask questions and share their own experiences with implicit bias in healthcare settings. The discussion ended with a call to action for everyone present to continue working towards building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community at Memorial Health System.

By Samantha Johnson

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