8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon - Fri
Ryan E. Johnson, MPH
The Office of Minority Health works to eliminate differences in health status between racial and ethnic minority and non-minority populations by providing leadership and guidance on best ways to address racial and ethnic health disparities and specific health needs of racial and ethnic minority groups.
Mission: To provide leadership to reduce health inequities in minority communities of Columbus and its surrounding areas.
Vision: The office ultimately envisions a society where the opportunity for health equity exists for all persons and ideally, eliminates the social and economic barriers to good health.
Office of Minority Health Core Work Areas:
- Monitor and report the health status of minority population
- Inform, educate and empower people to make choices about their health
- Mobilize community partnerships
- Develop policies and plans to support health efforts
Commission on Minority Health
Created in 1987, the Ohio Commission on Minority Health serves as the lead agency for six local ofices across Ohio in Columbus, Dayton, Cleveland, Akron, Toledo and Youngstown.
Minority Health Advisory Committee
The Columbus Office of Minority Health Advisory Committee meets quarterly to address issues surround minority health. Interested in getting involved?
Minority Health Month
Minority-focused opportunities and events happening during April, Minority Health Month.
LGBTQ Health Initiative
The LGBTQ Health Initiative was created to address gaps in care and issues of health inequity within LGBTQ communities.
Find articles and resources related to healthcare needs for minority communities.