Trillium Health will be closed on Monday (5/30) in observance of Memorial Day.
At Trillium Health, we're committed to providing access to healthcare to people from all backgrounds, regardless of income, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, or ethnicity. Since our founding days, we have stood up for those who have been marginalized or neglected. It is a torch we continue to carry in hopes of lighting a path forward to achieve health equity for all.
Racism should have no part in our society, and we are continually and painfully reminded that it remains deeply entrenched in our country and our communities. We are committed to help address racism through our healthcare mission of ensuring health equity and through intentional change within our organization’s culture.
Trillium Health was proud to be named a Level Up Champion by the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative (RMAPI). According to RMAPI, "A Level Up Champion is an employer that has taken the first step toward wage equity by instituting a $15 or higher starting wage within their organization. This commitment demonstrates their investment in their employees and is one way they are doing their part to address poverty in the Greater Rochester Area."
We support the Greater Rochester NY Black Agenda Group's declaration that "Racism is a Public Health Crisis" and we believe that Black Lives Matter. We support peaceful protests and constructive dialogues for change. We support the Racial and Structural Equity (RASE) Commission and its mission to identify the root causes of racial inequities, and the implementation of solutions-based racial equity programs, policies, and laws.
We are committed to building a diverse, welcoming, inclusive and equitable work environment, and a culture of humility. We will ensure the delivery of high quality healthcare to everyone who walks through our doors.