Our Diversity, Inclusion & Advocacy Work
Diversity, inclusion and advocacy are at the heart of who we are and what we do.
Evidence proves that the most successful care comes when patients see themselves in their healthcare team. As such, we recruit, develop, and advance a diverse workforce that will receive outstanding training in a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment. Through these efforts, we can ensure the best care for the people we serve and brighten the future of health care.
The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has established a Diversity, Inclusion, and Advocacy (DIA) Committee to advance this important initiative.
Our vision statement: To work in a diverse and inclusive department that 1) represents the spectrum of identities of the patients we serve, 2) promotes a sense of belonging, 3) is activated to speak out about what matters to our patients and our profession. View our DIA Committee Overview Flyer and learn more about our committee.
Check out our photo and video gallery below for more on our program (use the blue arrows to move through the gallery).
BIDMC Residency Photo Gallery
BIDMC OB/GYN residents together at an event.
Diversity and Inclusion at Harvard Teaching Hospitals
Harvard Medical School trainees and program leaders describe their experiences with diversity, Harvard-affiliated training programs and life in Boston.
Harvard Affiliated Residency Programs Showcase
Residency program faculty and trainees discuss the Harvard Affiliated Residency Programs Showcase.