And how will we get there?
Date and time: Feb.11 at 3-4:30pm AND 6:30-8:30pm
Location: Richmond Free Library, 201 Bridge St., Richmond, VT
What would expanded, improved medicare for all look like? And how can we get there? Come to the Richmond Free Library on Monday, Feb 11, for an interactive event led by doctors from Vermont Physicians for a National Health Program (pnhp.org), and cosponsored by Rights and Democracy Vermont (radvt.org), to share your thoughts and learn from each other.
Members of the pubic are invited to choose from two sessions, depending on which time works better for their schedule: 3 PM or 6:30 PM.
Each session will begin with a discussion on what Improved Medicare for All would look like. barriers to change. and possible paths to achieving health care for all in the United States. Dr. Marvin Malek, MD, MPH, of Berlin, VT, and Dr. Betty Keller, MD, of St. Johnsbury, VT, will lead the opening discussion.
Then participants will choose from among small groups for additional understanding and experience.
This event is planned in coordination with events across the country as part of the National Nurses United Week of Action, Feb. 9 – 13.
At least two legislators plan to attend at least one of the sessions to hear their constituents’ concerns. The public is encouraged to not only attend, but invite their health care providers and friends to participate in one of the discussions at Richmond Free Library, at 201 Bridge Street in Richmond, on Monday, Feb. 11, at 3 PM and repeated at 6:30 PM. For more information, please call the library at 802-434-3036.