Solidarity HealthShare is Proud to Take Part in the March for Life 2018 -- Honoring Leaders Who Have Created Innovative Solutions that Promote Life
We believe, in this fight for life, it is now time to build a healthcare system that respects and defends life at all stages
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 11, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Next Thursday, January 18, 2018, Solidarity HealthShare will be hosting a "Celebration of Life" cocktail reception in conjunction with the March for Life festivities in Washington, D.C.
Solidarity HS's "Celebration of Life" Cocktail Reception will honor Tepeyac Center and Divine Mercy Care of Fairfax, Virginia, and Morningstar OBGYN, of Gilbert, Arizona. The keynote speaker will be President Peter Morrow, M.D. of Catholic Medical Association. The emcee is Lauren Ashburn, EWTN News Nightly News Anchor. The event will be held at Osteria Bibiana at 1100 New York Ave NW.
Most recently, Solidarity HealthShare has been featured on EWTN, Breitbart Radio with host Curt Schilling, LifeSiteNews, the Lars Larson Radio Show, Red State Radio, Fox News Radio, Politico and the PolitiChicks.
Solidarity HealthShare is proud to take part in the March for Life 2018. Solidarity HealthShare, whose mission is to restore and rebuild an authentic health care system that respects and defends the sanctity of all human life. Solidarity HealthShare will honor several key leaders in the Pro-Life movement who have created innovative solutions that promote life.
"We believe, in this fight for life, it is now time to build a healthcare system that respects and defends life at all stages, lowers costs for families, and provides access to high-quality care where the patient and doctor relationship is respected and encouraged." stated CEO, Brad Hahn.
Solidarity Healthshare is focused on encouraging transparent pricing in the marketplace and using referenced based pricing to lower medical costs for America's families. Solidarity HealthShare facilitates the sharing of medical needs among its members, and saves families money while ensuring that their health care dollars are not spent paying for things that are morally objectionable.