It’s been a busy week, as much with paperwork as with patients. However, let me point to a couple of items of interest.
First, there is a new web site for the Anglican Health Network. The efforts of the Network are being coordinated by Rev. Paul Holley, Priest-in-charge of La Côte Anglican Church and a member of the Anglican UN group in Geneva. There is a good overview of the Network on the site, as well as news releases. And for those of you who are so connected, you can become a Member of the Anglican Health Network on Facebook.
Second, take a look at 40 Days for Health Reform. This is an effort of a coalition of faith-based groups. You can sign their petition in support of reform. Be sure, too, to check out the Learn More page. It has Guides to the Health Care Debate for both Christians and Jews, and links to denominational positions on access to health care.