Who We Are
The mission of the Pennsylvania Sickle Cell Providers Network (PASCPN) is to collectively address the needs of those living with sickle cell disease as vital partners for whole-person care, improving access to quality care within health systems and the community, expanding opportunities for collaboration across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
What We Do
Pennsylvania Sickle Cell Providers Network, since our founding in 2009, we have been determined to make an impact across Pennsylvania. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion to the range of activities we’re involved in. Through all of our endeavors, we hope to display the conviction behind our beliefs. We seek to support, empower, and provide high-quality care and community-based resources in a safe and secure environment for every person living with sickle cell disease, every time they engage with us. Our success is not measured by any one organization's efforts, but by what we can accomplish together.
With the PASCPN mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for addressing challenges faced by those living with sickle cell disease and those who provide medical care for them. Advocacy is something that we take very seriously, and we are working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
PASCPN is dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing issues facing those living with sickle cell disease. Supporting every person with access to quality care and community-based services living in PA whether they live in urban or rural areas is no easy feat. We believe that we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
With the PASCPN Special Initiatives, our goal is to lift . With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Learn more about this by contacting one of our members today.
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