No matter your capacity to be involved in our work, the National Coalition on Health Care has a place for you. See below for more information on how to join our effort as a member, funder, or intern.
The Coalition draws its strength from its diverse members. As a nonpartisan and nonprofit coalition of more than 80 participating organizations, NCHC represents medical societies, businesses, unions, health care providers, faith-based associations, pension and health funds, insurers, and groups representing consumers, patients, women, minorities, and persons with disabilities. Taking these individuals together, the Coalition represents more than 100 million Americans. NCHC continuously engages key members through its Forum series, Policy Committee meetings, and one-on-one Hill meetings. Taken together, these discussions formed the basis of the Coalition’s advocacy strategy, policy positions, and messaging. Have your voice heard. To inquire how your organization can join, click here.
NCHC gratefully acknowledges the generous support from its funders. To inquire about contributing to NCHC’s efforts, click here.
NCHC continues to show commitment to students, recent graduates, and young professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who are interested in engaging in the Coalition’s work. The program is designed to provide educational opportunities and to support the early career paths of participants, who in turn offer their valuable skills to NCHC. In 2012, NCHC built on the successes of its Paul G. Rogers Memorial Scholars Program to bring in fellows and other short- and long-term scholars. Click here to learn more.