Welcome to Health Care Justice
We are the Charlotte, NC chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program. PNHP is a non-profit research and education organization of over 21,000 medical professionals and members of the general public who support single-payer national health insurance.
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Who We Are

We are community members pursuing a single payer universal health care system. Read more.


Mission Statement

Health Care Justice North Carolina supports privately delivered, publicly funded, expanded, and improved Medicare for all.


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Chapter Resolution

Do you believe that single-payer, Medicare for All is the fix to our country's health care crisis? If so, please sign our resolution and join HCJ today and join hundreds that have already signed.


News & Events

HCJ - NC welcomes Dr. Margaret Flowers

Dr. Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese with members of Health Care Justice - NC. For more details on Dr. Flowers' May 22 visit, click here.


HCJ - NC welcomes PNHP president Dr. Carol Paris

Workshop participants discuss how to answer difficult questions about "Medicare for all." For more details on Dr. Paris' April 2 visit, click here.


PNHP past-president Dr. Zarr spoke on single payer

On March 9, 2017, Dr. Robert Zarr, immediate past president of PNHP, gave a resounding presentation in Charlotte titled, "Truth, Clarity, and Demand: A physician's proposal to bring equity and sanity to our healthcare nightmare." Over 150 members and guests enjoyed seeing his convincing slides and participating in a very informative discussion on the benefits of a single-payer system.


Obamacare is flawed, but there is a solution

On May 5, 2016, the Working Group on Single-Payer Program Design published Beyond the Affordable Care Act: A Physicians’ Proposal for Single-Payer Health Care Reform. This document establishes the vision, principles, and general structure of what single payer health care would look like in the U.S. Click here to read a related op-ed from our chair, Dr. Jessica Schorr Saxe, in the Charlotte Observer.