About Us

Welcome to Cure The Culture podcast!

We cultivate health conversations in the black community and answer questions through research-based dialogue with black specialist from around the globe!

We are a safe haven where black patients and providers can come listen to various topics that affect the health and wellness of the black community.

Nia Phillips, host of Cure the Culture

Nia Phillips DMSs, MS, PA-C

I am Nia Phillips, host of Cure the Culture. I am a board certified PA who has been practicing medicine in both urban, suburban and rural communities seeing adult and pediatric patients for five years. I have mainly practiced in New York and Northern NJ and specialize in preventative medicine and patient education. I was a black patient prior to becoming a black healthcare provider - so I understand how frustrating it can be to not get answers and to not feel understood in an exam room. Join us on the podcast to help cure the culture of racial bias and healthcare inequities.

Eboni Gadson MSW, LSW

Eboni Gadson MSW, LSW

I am Eboni Gadson, co-host of Cure the Culture. I am a licensed social worker who has been in private practice in the Princeton area serving marginalized populations and offering training to healthcare providers on how to be more affirming in their clinical practice. I specialize in sexuality and trauma treating underserved communities and pride myself on my ability to make my clients feel heard and safe. Join us on the podcast to have a seat at the table and help us cure the culture.

 

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