For 35 years, Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) has provided thought leadership and evidence-based solutions to the problems plaguing the U.S. health system. PNHP leaders have published research and commentary in publications such as JAMA, Health Affairs, The Lancet, and The New England Journal of Medicine. We have also provided policy advice for members of Congress, as well as testimony for U.S. House and Senate hearings.
PNHP speakers are available in every region of the U.S., and are prepared to speak on a wide range of health policy topics, such as:
- Single-payer Medicare for All: How it works and why it’s needed
- Racial health inequities
- The privatization on Medicare and other publicly-funded health programs
- Mental health and addiction care
- America’s rural health care crisis
- Reproductive health care in the post-Roe era
To request a PNHP speaker at your institution, please fill out our Grand Rounds request form. If you have questions about our Speakers Bureau, or wish to schedule a speaker for a public event (not a Grand Rounds), please contact us at email@example.com or call our national office at (312) 782-6006.
Bios for select national and regional PNHP speakers appear below. Additional speakers are also available, spanning a range of specialties and geographic locations.