The new AtlanticHealth system is a joint initiative between the Atlantic Health Foundation, the United States Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
It’s the first time that the U-S.
and the countries involved have worked together in such a joint effort to address issues affecting women and girls in health care.
In addition to addressing issues affecting the health and well-being of girls and women in the United Kingdom, the new system will also provide women with access to high-quality health care in the U, as well as in the region, through a comprehensive network of community-based clinics.
Atlantic Health has been a leader in the global health and wellness of women and children since its inception in 1996.
Its pioneering global work in the areas of health, nutrition, education and community development has been recognized by a number of world leaders, including Prime Minister David Cameron, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The new system is also the result of a collaborative collaboration between the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the UNAIDS (United Nations Agency for International Development) and the Atlantic Women’s Health Organization (AWHO).
In the past, Atlantic Health worked with the World Health Organization, the UCAF, the UNDP and the United State Department.
Now, the system will be integrated into the World Bank’s Global Health Strategy, which will set the global framework for developing a Global Health Partnership in 2021.
The Atlantic Health Framework was adopted by the UAA in August and will be used to implement the strategic priorities of the Global Health Initiative.
This strategy will be presented at the UAAA Global Health Summit in November.
To learn more about the new health system and to participate in the launch, visit: https://atlantichealth.org/health-plan-program/health/access-to-health/index.html#ixzz1xUQ7b2xE Atlantic Health will also offer an expanded range of preventive care and care delivery, including a range of primary health care services and services for adults, children and youth.
Access to preventive care will be expanded to include vaccinations and immunizations.
The UAA is working with Atlantic Health to develop a range and scope of services for children and families, including: an early childhood immunization program to promote vaccination early in the child’s life, including the provision of vaccinations for up to age 3 months; an early immunization campaign for children with pre-existing diseases; immunization of children with special needs, including vaccines for HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, tuberculosis and influenza; the provision and management of a community-led and integrated community health strategy; and the provision, implementation and evaluation of an integrated health care system to improve health outcomes for all people.
Atlantic’s primary health and preventive care services will include: vaccines for children; a range, including oral and oral-tracheal, pneumococcal, and enterococcal vaccines; immunizations for infants and children; vaccines for adults and adults with chronic diseases; and vaccines for the elderly and children with chronic conditions.
Access will also include primary health services for families with children, adults with serious health conditions, and those who are not yet adults.
Atlantic will be leading the implementation of the primary health strategy, with a focus on the development and implementation of a comprehensive primary health plan for children, children, and families.
The primary health initiative will be a comprehensive health plan and a platform to empower children and children’s health professionals.
This strategic initiative will support children and the health professionals who care for them in a variety of ways, including by providing them with opportunities to learn and to improve, and by providing tools and resources for their professional development and engagement.
In the process of developing the primary plan, Atlantic will also work with the community to identify and implement appropriate and coordinated health care systems and activities, including education and training for health professionals in the area of primary care, as part of the health strategy.
The initiative will also support the delivery of health care to the underserved and marginalized populations, including those with low socioeconomic status and those in need of high-level care.
Atlantic has been actively participating in the Global Network of Community Health Institutions since 2000 and has provided care services to more than 3.5 million people, including more than 900,000 in the Philippines and more than 715,000 people in Bangladesh.
In 2019, Atlantic launched the Global Partnerships for the Advancement of Women’s Development (GAPID) initiative, a multidisciplinary, community- and health-focused effort to enhance women’s health, including women’s education and empowerment.
More than 20 countries have signed onto GAPID and have agreed to fund at least one program in the network.
For more information on the new primary health system in the Atlantic Community, visit the Atlantic health website.