TIME’S UP Healthcare

Meet Our Health Care Signatories


TIME’S UP Healthcare’s Signatories are part of a community working to improve employment standards for health care organizations, with the understanding that every organization in health care is still working towards the goal of becoming a safe, fair, and dignified workplace for all. Please contact us if your organization is interested in the TIME’S UP Healthcare Signatory Program.

TIME’S UP Healthcare applauds the leadership of the institutions that choose to join our Signatory network; however, signatory membership does not imply, symbolize, or ascribe TIME’S UP Foundation’s approval of their policies or actions. TIME’S UP reserves the right to comment or otherwise take a position on any company, institution or individual, regardless of whether TIME’S UP has received a donation from them, or has worked with them in the past.

Arnot Health
“Arnot Health understands that our organizational values of Excellence, Teamwork, Integrity, Compassion, and Patient-Centered Care will only be fully realized by continually striving to cultivate a professional and caregiving environment that fosters mutual respect, equity, and inclusiveness.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center is committed to providing “consistently excellent and accessible health services to all in need of care regardless of status or ability to pay – exceptional care, without exception.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Boston University
Boston University School of Medicine is committed to education, innovation, compassion and inclusion. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Brigham Health
Brigham Health, which includes Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is “passionately committed to delivering breakthroughs that help people everywhere.” Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Brown University
The mission of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is “The pursuit of health to benefit society.” Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Children’s Mercy Kansas City 
“At Children’s Mercy Kansas City, we strive to provide a safe, equitable, and inclusive environment for all.” – Paul Kempinski, CEO. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland Clinic aims to “create an inclusive organizational culture for patients, employees, business partners and the communities served by Cleveland Clinic.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
The Columbia University College of Dental Medicine is committed to the principles of excellence, equity and inclusion. We are proud to join the TIME’S UP Healthcare initiative as we strive for a learning environment that is free from gender-biased discrimination and misconduct, and reflects civility and respect for all our faculty, staff, students, patients, and the communities we serve. See their signed commitment here.

Cooper Medical School of Rowan University 
“As one of only 28 women medical school deans in the country, I’m proud to affirm Cooper Medical School of Rowan University’s (CMSRU) commitment to our core values of diversity, professionalism, and mutual respect. We strive for an inclusive environment where all students, faculty, and staff feel respected, safe, and appreciated. Sexual harassment and gender inequity have no place at CMSRU and I enthusiastically support TIME’S UP Healthcare.” – Annette C. Reboli, MD, Dean. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is New Hampshire’s only academic health system, serving a population of 1.9 million across New England. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Drexel University
Drexel University College of Medicine’s guiding principles include “acknowledgement that diversity of our faculty, professional staff, students, and trainees enables our mission.” Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Einstein Health Network
“Einstein Healthcare Network is dedicated to a diverse and inclusive culture based on respect and equity for every employee, student, patient and to the communities we serve.” – Barry R. Freedman, President & Chief Executive Officer. See Einstein’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Emory University School of Medicine
“The Emory School of Medicine is committed to recruiting and developing a diverse group of learners and innovative leaders in an environment that is inclusive, equitable, safe, and respectful for everyone in our community.” – Vikas P. Sukhatme, MD, ScD. View their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Fox Chase Cancer Center
Creating a diverse, inclusive, and safe environment means “our workplace is richer and innovation and productivity increases. This not only benefits our faculty and staff but promotes high quality patient care,” said Richard I. Fisher, MD, president and CEO of Fox Chase Cancer Center. See the center’s commitment to safety and equity here.

Hospital for Special Surgery
The mission of Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is to provide the highest quality patient care, improve mobility, and enhance the quality of life for all. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is “committed to providing an authentic and intentionally diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for all patients, trainees, staff and faculty.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Indiana University School of Medicine
The Indiana University School of Medicine strives to lead the transformation of health care through quality, innovation, and education and make Indiana one of the nation’s healthiest states: “The success of this vision demands that we continually work to make our institution as diverse and inclusive as possible.” The school’s signed commitment to equity and safety can be viewed here.

Institute for Family Health
The mission of the Institute for Family Health is to improve access to high quality, patient-centered primary health care targeted to the needs of medically underserved communities. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
“Jefferson is committed to our core values of putting people first, including our own employees as well as the students and patients we serve. Discrimination, bias, and harassment strike at that core value and diminish everyone. Jefferson is proud to affirm its core values and join TIME’S UP Healthcare.” — Stephen Klasko, President of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO, Jefferson Health. See Jefferson’s commitment to safety and equity here.

Keck Primary Care PA School
“By emphasizing an educational environment that celebrates diversity, inclusion and equity, we are creating a safe space that impacts students, faculty, staff and graduates beyond the classroom and in to how they care for all of their patients and the greater community.” — Dr. Kevin Lohenry, PhD, PA-C, Director, Primary Care Physician Assistant Program. See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Keck School of Medicine of USC
The Keck School of Medicine of USC aims to create an “extraordinary transformation in the ways we understand, treat and cure diseases, thus improving the quality of life for individuals and families.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
“When I heard about the objectives of the TIME’S UP Healthcare organization, I knew immediately that LKSOM shares these goals of equity and inclusion, for all of the incredibly talented women students, staff, physicians, and leaders in our institution. Being a signatory publicly affirms our unwavering commitment to these fundamental values.” – Dean of the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Lifespan
Lifespan states that “inclusion is a fundamental tenet of our culture which translates into more favorable patient outcomes, greater patient satisfaction, and improved employee satisfaction.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Mankato Clinic
Mankato Clinic is committed to innovative quality care, delivering the best outcomes for patients, and promoting health and wellness in the region. “As an organization,” its leaders state, “we are dedicated to a fair and equal workplace for all employees.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Maven
Maven provides innovative health care focused on women and families. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic is committed to transforming the future of health care. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Michigan Medicine – University of Michigan
“At Michigan Medicine, respect and inclusion are top priorities for our entire community and those we serve. We, in alignment with the entire University of Michigan campus, are committed to providing a safe and professional environment for our patients, employees, learners, and those we serve. Michigan Medicine affirms our support for the TIME’S UP Healthcare core statements.” — Marschall S. Runge, M.D., Ph.D., Dean, University of Michigan Medical School; Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs, U-M; CEO, Michigan Medicine. See Michigan Medicine’s signed commitment here

University of Michigan School of Nursing
“The University of Michigan School of Nursing is proud to pledge our commitment to the TIMES UP Healthcare’s core statements. Inclusion and respect are embedded into our culture, and compassion is a cornerstone of the U-M School of Nursing education. In declaring our support for these principles, we remain focused on providing a safe and supportive environment for students, faculty, staff, and every member of our community.” — Patricia D. Hurn, PhD, RN, FAAN, Dean and Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing; Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology; College of Literature, Sciences and the Arts. View the University’s signed commitment here

Nebraska Medicine
“We respect the backgrounds of all individuals and believe that a diverse and inclusive organization enriches our experiences and improves our organizational performance.” — James Linder, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Nebraska Medicine. See the organization’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

NewYork-Presbyterian
“NewYork-Presbyterian has no tolerance for harassment or discrimination of any kind. We are proud to support this important TIME’S UP Healthcare initiative.” – Laura Forese, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. See NYP’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Northwell Health
“Northwell Health is committed to preventing sexual harassment and gender inequity and protecting and aiding those who are targets of harassment and discrimination. We value an environment of mutual respect and free of discrimination. We will accept nothing less.” — Michael Dowling, Northwell Health President and CEO. See the organization’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

NSU Dr. Kiran Patel College of Allopathic Medicine
NSU was “founded on the principles of diversity, equality and integrity.” You can view their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

NYU School of Nursing
“TIME’S UP Healthcare aims to effect meaningful change in the health care industry and to promote dignity and safety in the workplace. I look forward to NYU Meyers being part of this important conversation and promoting employee and patient well-being.” — Dean Eileen Sullivan-MarxView the nursing school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Ob Hospitalist Group
Becoming a signatory aligns with Ob Hospitalist Group’s core values of “Passion for People; Delivering Excellence; Genuine Service; Principled Leadership and Uncompromised Integrity,” says CEO Lenny Castiglione. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health
Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health strive “to create an environment where every employee, student, patient, family member and visitor feels welcomed, valued and respected.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Red Rocks Community College PA Program
“The Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant program is committed to preparing PAs to become active, engaged, and compassionate leaders and providers by providing a culture of diversity, inclusion, and equity at our institution,” — Dr. Michele Haney, President Red Rocks Community College. See the college’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Rush University Medical Center
A diverse, inclusive and safe environment is essential to Rush’s mission and reflects its core values: “This pledge underscores Rush’s commitment to the health and well-being of all of our employees, students, patients and the communities we serve.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden
Dean Donna Nickitas states that “truth, transparency, honesty, and civility will be foundational to our education, clinical practice, and research.” Check out their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and Partners Continuing Care
“Central to Spaulding’s core mission is respect for people of all abilities and backgrounds. It is essential that we also carry that out each day by fostering a workplace that is open and welcoming to all and ensuring equal access to advancement opportunities. Spaulding is proud to add our name to the other leading organizations supporting TIME’S UP Healthcare.” – David Storto, President. You can see their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
“The State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Downstate Medical Center has a longstanding and unwavering mission to ensure diversity and gender equity in every aspect of our campus community. For these reasons, SUNY Downstate has chosen to partner with TIME’S UP Healthcare.” – Wayne J. Riley, MD (President, SUNY Downstate). See SUNY’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

UConn School of Medicine
“We are proud to join the Times Up Healthcare initiative and join with other institutions as we strive to have a learning environment here at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, that is diverse, accepting and progressive. We will continuously strive for a safe and inclusive workplace.” – Bruce T. Liang, M.D., UConn School of Medicine. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

UMass Medical School
“UMass Medical School is dedicated to furthering the success of all of our learners, and that can only be done in a learning environment that reflects respect for all. TIME’S UP Healthcare addresses one of the major historical flaws in the clinical learning environment, a tolerance for gender-based mistreatment that must be eliminated.” – UMass Medical School Dean Terence Flotte. See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

UNC Health Care
UNC Health Care embraces diversity, inclusion and equity through its actions, culture and policies: “We know that a commitment to values highlighted by respect and a sense of belonging fosters teamwork and creativity; and that such a commitment leads to a vibrant community of collaborators dedicated to our mission.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

UNC School of Medicine
UNC School of Medicine embraces diversity, inclusion and equity: “We know that a commitment to values highlighted by respect and a sense of belonging fosters teamwork and creativity; and that such a commitment leads to a vibrant community of collaborators dedicated to our mission.” See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Colorado SOM
“Our school supports efforts that ensure a safe and fair working environment in the laboratories and offices, classes and clinics on our campus.” – University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Dean John Reilly. See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Florida College of Medicine
University of Florida College of Medicine’s mission includes developing medical professionals who are “committed to the highest ideals and standards of the profession and who model an exceptional standard of care for those they treat, lead, and serve.” See the University’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

UF Health Jacksonville
“UF Health Jacksonville prides itself on treatment, inclusion and respect for everyone in this organization, so it’s only natural for us to support a groundbreaking organization like TIME’S UP” – Leon L. Haley Jr., M.D., MHSA, CEO of UF Health Jacksonville and dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville. See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Kansas Medical Center
The University of Kansas Medical Center strives to be known as “the place where everyone wants to come to learn, to teach, to conduct research and to receive his or her health care.” See their signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Rochester Medical Center
Mark B. Taubman, MD, CEO, University of Rochester Medical Center and Dean, School of Medicine and Dentistry, states: “Health care at its core is about human interaction. So by ensuring that all faculty, staff and learners feel safe and respected, we strengthen health care as a whole. That’s why we are pleased to join our sister institutions in supporting the important work of TIME’S UP Healthcare.” See their signed commitment to equity and safety here.

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia 
“The goals of TIME’S UP Healthcare resonate fully with our school’s core values of Excellence, Professionalism, Collaboration, Diversity and Inclusion, and Compassion. As we demonstrate with our actions that these values are truly embedded within our culture, we will be more effective in accomplishing our mission to serve the people of South Carolina and beyond through exemplary medical and health education, transformative research, and compassionate patient care.”– Leslie W. Hall, MD, Dean. See the school’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center 
“MD Anderson Cancer Center is committed to providing a safe and equitable environment of patient-care, research, prevention, and education, centered on our core values of caring, integrity and discovery.” – Peter WT Pisters, MD, President. See the Center’s signed commitment to equity and safety here.

University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences
“As globally responsible and engaged professionals, members of our college value the identity and background of every individual, and our capacity to create positive and productive connections as a community. As such, sexual harassment and gender inequity have no place in our environment.” — Scott Thomas, Ph.D., Interim Dean, University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The College’s commitment to safety and equity can be viewed here.

University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine
“The Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont expects all members of our community to uphold and embrace the principles of integrity, accountability, compassion, altruism, and social responsibility, relying on cultural humility, kindness, and respect to guide our daily interactions as we conduct and support patient care, research and education.” — Richard L. Page, M.D., Dean. The College of Medicine’s commitment to equity and safety can be viewed here.

UVA Health
“UVA Health is committed to a culture that promotes equity, diversity and inclusion and embraces the values of accountability, stewardship, professionalism,  integrity, respect and excellence. We are proud to share Times Up Healthcare’s goals to ensure a safe and respectful environment for all faculty, staff and learners that is free of harassment and gender inequality. We will continue to establish a safe, fair and dignified learning environment where we can deliver high quality care in a compassionate way.” – Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, Dean​, University of Virginia School of Nursing. UVA Health’s commitment to equity and safety can be viewed here.

University of Washington
“UW Medicine (including the UW School of Medicine, UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Northwest Hospital, Valley Medical Center, UW Neighborhood Clinics, UW Physicians and Airlift Northwest) is committed to improving the health of the public through an inclusive, diverse and equitable environment for all. We are signing on to TIME’S UP Healthcare as a means to increase our focus on gender equity and prevention of sexual and gender harassment.” – Paul Ramsey, MD, CEO, UW Medicine and Dean, UW School of Medicine. See the organization’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health has described diversity “both as an end in itself, and also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities.” Click here to see the school’s commitment to safety and equity.

Urban Balance
Urban Balance provides accessible, affordable psychotherapy services in Chicago, St. Louis and Denver. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

UW Health
UW Health is the integrated health system of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, serving more than 600,000 patients each year with approximately 1,500 physicians and 16,500 staff at six hospitals and more than 80 outpatient sites. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Vista Community Clinic
The mission of Vista Community Clinic (VCC) is to create an all-inclusive health care environment that supports equal access and opportunity for all. “It is with this in mind that we pledge our commitment to the TIME’S UP Healthcare mission and standards,” – CEO Fernando M. Sañudo, MPH. See VCC’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Yale New Haven Health
“Every individual deserves the opportunity to work and perform to optimal ability in a respectful, supportive environment, free of harassment and discrimination. Yale New Haven Health is committed to strengthening our culture to ensure an inclusive work environment and place of healing for those we serve.” – Marna P. Borgstrom, CEO, Yale New Haven Health. View Yale New Haven Health’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.

Yale School of Medicine
The Yale School of Medicine aims to educate and inspire scholars and future leaders who will advance the practice of medicine and the biomedical sciences, advance medical knowledge to sustain and improve health and to alleviate suffering caused by illness and disease, and provide outstanding care and service for patients. Click here to see their signed commitment to safety and equity.

Yale School of Nursing
“Nurses are the backbone of every health system yet gender disparities, pay differentials, and bias persist. This is unacceptable and we all must lead our cultures to address this in health care schools, systems, and workplaces, to eliminate discrimination based on hierarchy, profession, gender or sexual orientation.” –Dean and Linda Koch Lorimer Professor Ann Kurth, PhD, CNM, PhD, FAAN. See the Yale School of Nursing’s signed commitment to safety and equity here.