Jennifer Turner

OSMA Friend of Medicine Award

The Oklahoma State Medical Association presented the Don J. Blair, Friend of Medicine Award to Pam Cross-Cupit, MPH, April 16, 2016. This award is presented to an outstanding lay person whose work positively impacts the practice of medicine, the delivery of health care, or the prevention of negative health consequences in their community.

HAU-A 2016 ONE Award Recipient

HAU - ONE Award 2016

Each year, the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits honors a handful of Oklahoma’s best and brightest nonprofits with its Oklahoma Nonprofit of Excellence (ONE) Awards. On Saturday, April 9, 2016, Health Alliance for the Uninsured was among 24 state nonprofits honored in eight categories at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits’ annual ONE Awards ceremony in Tulsa. HAU was awarded the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Chahta Foundation, and Williams Award for Health Services. We are very grateful for the recognition given our organization. $7,500 was received with the award which will help to advance our mission of assisting low-income, uninsured Oklahomans with their vital health needs.


The Health Alliance for the Uninsured receives grants and contributions from many foundation, corporate and community partners. Recent grants, and their purposes, are described below. We thank them for placing their confidence in HAU’s programs and services!

Oklahoma City Community Foundation – iFund Health Care grant of $25,000 to further develop a shared electronic medical record system for the purpose of improving health.
West Oklahoma City Rotary Club – an International Rotary Foundation grant will allow the purchase of vision testing equipment that will be utilized within Crossings Community Clinic but will serve the community.
Oklahoma County Medical Society Community Foundation – $1,500 to provide corrective lenses for patients screened through the Diabetic Eye Project
Oklahoma County Medical Society Alliance – $10,000 of the funds raised through the Nichols Hills Kitchen Tour to support Care Connection, HAU’s program that coordinates diagnostic and specialty care
Sarkeys Foundation – $25,000 to purchase bulk prescription medications for HAU partner clinics
INTEGRIS Health – funds to support the Executive Director position
Mercy Hospital – funds to support the Patient Services Coordinator position
St. Anthony Hospital – funds to support the Medical Director position
Telligen Community Initiative – $25,000 for medication access staffing

Board of Directors and Individual Donor Gifts provide ongoing operational support. We appreciate all donations!

Our Vision
The Health Alliance for the Uninsured is to be a highly effective community organization that facilitates quality preventive and health care services to the medically underserved of Central Oklahoma.
Our Goals
  1. Increase physician visibility and participation
  2. Develop a fully integrated system of care, including clinics, hospitals, private providers with a connected data system/exchange
  3. Increase quality outcomes
  4. Raise awareness and understanding of the Health Alliance for the Uninsured in the community to increase financial support and partner participation