Action | Access | Innovation
Health Care, Education, Empowerment, Advocacy & Research
The Men’s Health Foundation inspires and empowers all men to live longer, healthier, and happier lives. We seek to make health care accessible to men of all races and ethnicities, no matter their economic status.
Our integrated and holistic approach focuses on wellness and well-being, education, empowerment, advocacy, and research. Through action, access, and innovation, we address health disparities and provide prevention services through community outreach, integrative health education, high-impact prevention and comprehensive treatment.
Take action with the best doctors, staff and facility in the country for check ups, prevention, and treatment.
Our compassionate staff and comprehensive state-of-the-art facility make expert care and health living easy and pleasurable.
Innovative focus on research and clinical trials to advance success in men’s healthcare initiatives.
Our dedicated team of physicians and medical professionals has years of experience. Utilizing the latest technologies, they help us and our industry partners create longer, healthier, and happier lives.
Easy access to the latest medications, supplements, and immunizations.
Our Pharmacy and staff provide access to life-enhancing and life-saving medications for patients of our practice and in our community through outreach programs.
Men’s Health Foundation thanks our community health partner, the Cigna Foundation, for awarding us with a World of Difference grant to support our efforts in improving community health, especially among young men of color.
About the Cigna Foundation
The Cigna Foundation, founded in 1962, is a private foundation funded by contributions from Cigna Corporation (NYSE: CI) and its subsidiaries. The Cigna Foundation supports organizations sharing its commitment to enhancing the health of individuals and families, and the well-being of their communities, with a special focus on those communities where Cigna employees live and work.
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