Voces de Vituity

Voces de Vituity is our enterprise resource group dedicated to celebrating and educating our organization about contributions from the Hispanic and LatinX communities. The members of Voce are focused on providing professional and leadership development and networking opportunities for our Hispanic and LatinX colleagues. Also, this group prioritizes community outreach by representing Vituity within our communities and providing assistance and aid to underprivileged and underfunded populations.

One of our partners put this mission into action by bringing forward community-centered solutions to his hometown in Visalia, CA. Dr. Omar Guzman's Street Medicine program delivers aid to underserved members of his community. Learn more here.

Hispanic and LatinX Communities Face Unique Challenges

Dr. Vanessa Calderόn, Wellness Champion and Resiliency Director of Vituity, shares her success story of becoming a physician leader and paving the way for future Latinx physicians and professionals.

Celebrating Hispanic & LatinX Voices

Juan SanchezPerez
  • "Being part of VOCES is the equivalent of a family within a family. It has meant representation, a sense of belonging, and a second family that shares and understands the intricacies and beauty of the LatinX culture. I joined VOCES because the purpose spoke directly to me, who I am and most importantly to my cultural background. I appreciate having a place to bring my own ideas for celebrating the diversity of our Latinx community within Vituity."

  • - Juan SanchezPerez
    Client Scribes Services Lead

Janet Young, MD
  • “Throughout my career, I have never participated in a group like this. Our common bond of being Latinos and wanting to improve the care of our communities has been heartwarming. Being a part of this group makes me feel honored, seen, and heard by our organization. I am excited to continue to unite our organization through our diversity.”

  • - Janet Young, MD
    Vice President of Operations

Nicole Gonzalez
  • “Vituity has taken great strides in working to be part of the solution for healthcare justice. Hispanics and Latinos represent just 6% of all active physicians, yet 18% of our US population. The work we do is inspiring the next generation who might not see physicians who look like them now, to begin a career in healthcare and be the change they want to see.”

  • - Nicole Gonzalez
    Senior Manager of Growth Operations