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Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has recognized five Intermountain Healthcare hospitals as equity leaders for their caregiver’s dedication to LGBTQ+ inclusion.Intermountain Medical Center in MurrayAlta View Hospital in SandyPrimary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake CityRiverton HospitalLDS Hospital in Salt Lake City“We are proud of Intermountain’s leadership teams, Office of Diversity, LGBTQ+ Caregiver Resource Group, and caregivers who have demonstrated our commitment to more just and equitable healthcare,” said Kevan Mabbutt, executive sponsor of LGBTQ+ caregiver resource group at Intermountain. “This recognition does not signal a victory but is a call to action to truly embody what it means to be a leader in LGBTQ+ healthcare—and we are certainly up to the task.”###
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