Who is PNHP

Physicians for a National Health Program is a non-profit research and education organization of 20,000 physicians, medical students and health professionals who support single-payer national health insurance.

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PNHP now has 20,000 members!

PNHP recently added its 20,000th member. More and more physicians, health professionals, medical students, and patient advocates are standing up with us for single payer, national health insurance.

You can be a part of the next 20,000: join today.

Med Students Rallying for Single Payer on 10/1

Med students from more than 30 schools rallied on 10/1 in support of single payer, Medicare for All.

Click here to read about these nationwide demonstrations.

Why this U.S. doctor is moving to Canada

Dr. Emily Queenan, is a family physician from upstate New York. Fed up with constant fighting with multiple private insurance companies to get paid, she decided to try her luck up north.

Click here read more about her decision and why she's not alone.

2015 Annual Meeting a great success!

The 28th PNHP Annual Meeting was held on October 31st in Chicago. To view photos of the Meeting and the preceding Leadership Training, please click here.

PNHP is hiring!

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), a national nonprofit organization based in Chicago, seeks a communications specialist to support national office staff and membership with all aspects of communications strategy. 

For more information and details on how to apply, click here.

ACA adding billions to health care bureaucratic waste

The Affordable Care Act will add more than a quarter of a trillion dollars to the already very high administrative costs of U.S. health care through 2022, according to a study published Wednesday at the Health Affairs Blog.

Click here to read the study and our release.

Latest PNHP News

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