Join us June 25 at 7:00 PM on Zoom as we invite Kol Ami member, Dr. H. Aaron Aronow as he takes us on a personal journey beginning with The Great Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918-1920, through the HIV/AIDS Pandemic of 1981, to the current Covid-19 Pandemic, sharing some of the latest updates and how we can continue to protect our personal health, and the public health. Dr. Aronow will also share some insights on the evolving implications for his vision of a Medicare Based Single Payer Universal Healthcare System For All and health policy more broadly, that will help end racial and economic based disparities in addition to taking Q&A from attendees. This webinar will be moderated by Rabbi Denise L. Eger.
Dr. H. Aaron Aronow currently serves as the Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology and Internal Medicine at the University of Southern California School of Medicine. Throughout his illustrious career in medicine, he has served as a practitioner, teacher, and researching, publishing numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and establishing specialty and expertise in the area of HIV/AIDS care, neurology, and neurovirology. Since 2016, he has served as Attending Neurologist and HIV Specialist at the Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs. Dr. Aronow and his husband Mike have been Kol Ami members since the founding of the congregation.