Carol Levine

Carol Levine

Recognizing communication barriers between family caregivers and health care providers, Levine works with both sides to ensure that caregivers understand health-related options for their loved ones.As the director of the United Hospital Fund’s Families and...
Rev. William Rankin

Rev. William Rankin

In 2000, while working for an interfaith peace-building organization, the Rev. William Rankin, then age 59, learned that a single $4 dose of an anti-retroviral drug (given to both mother and newborn) could halt HIV transmission from mothers to newborns. He formed the...
Darwin Curtis

Darwin Curtis

While stationed in Asia and Africa with the foreign service, Darwin Curtis saw firsthand the public health and environmental problems facing the developing world. Among them: cooking over wood and charcoal, practices that lead to respiratory disease, eye infection,...
Steven Galen

Steven Galen

Steven Galen’s motivation is clear: “People without access to health care frequently receive delayed, more costly and less effective care in hospital emergency rooms. They live sicker lives and die sooner than others.” During his three decades as a hospital...