Affordable Catholic Health Care
Saturday, April 29, 2017
St. Mary's Cathedral
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
"Restoring Affordable Catholic Health Care in the San Francisco Bay Area" is the topic of a morning conference at St. Mary's Cathedral on Saturday, April 29. The conference is presented by Dr. Michael Accad, assistant professor of medicine at UCSF, in partnership with the Archdiocese of San Francisco's Office of Human Life and Dignity. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone will give the invocation and welcome.
This seminar seeks to introduce exciting developments that will allow an increasing number of Americans to find affordable and ethical health care solutions. Issues addressed include direct primary care, the physician-patient relationship, and Christian and Catholic health care options. The public is welcome to attend, along with health care professionals. Speakers are Dr. Michael Accad, Michael O'Dea (founder and director of the Christ Medicus Foundation), and Kevin Lundy (president and CEO of Divine Mercy Supportive Care).
The schedule is: Mass at 8:00 a.m., continental breakfast at 8:30, welcome by the archbishop at 9:00, speakers from 9:15 to 12:00 noon, adjournment at noon.
A brochure is here.
$20 per attendee. Make check payable to 'SF Arch-Respect Life'.
Vicki Evans, Archdiocese of San Francisco,
One Peter Yorke Way, San Francisco CA 94109
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