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Health-focused Minority-owned Government Contractor

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As a minority-owned government contractor, we’re committed to providing services that meet the highest standards of quality. At Hight Health, we work with various government agencies and entities to provide them with the tools they need to achieve their health-related initiatives. Our team of experts brings years of experience to each project, ensuring that we deliver a results-driven approach that meets your needs every time.

Why Hight Health

Hight Health is the world leader in coordinating access to care for underserved communities. To date, Hight Health has provided over 20 free virtual and in-person, social determinants of health-related (SDOH) events. These events have spanned six cities across the Atlanta, Georgia area, covering an approximate target population of 1,010,459 Georgia residents. All the events hosted or attended by Hight Health target Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) designations, including low-income, Medicaid-eligible, migrant, homeless, and medically underserved Areas/Populations. SDOH data is collected from all communities served by Hight Health and used for the development of sustainable solutions.

Core Competencies

  • Health Care Industry Marketing

  • Virtual and In-person Health Events

  • Management Consulting

  • Multi-sector Collaboration

  • Program Development & Management

  • Project Management

  • Health Technology Implementation


  • Hub and spoke model, allowing for mobile and stationary engagement.

  • 5 - week program and event roll-out timeline.

  • Population-based data-driven insight is gained from all events and programs.

  • Past performance in large-scale health events and region-wide health programs.

Past Government Experience

August 2022

May 2023 - October 2023

August 2023

Our team at Hight Health is proud to have hosted several successful health events, including the Inaugural City of East Point and Morehouse School of Medicine Health Equity Summit. This event centered around promoting health equity and creating a space for collaboration and innovation.

Our recent project, the Healthy Heart Ambassador Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program, funded by the Georgia Department of Public Health, was a huge success. We partnered with the Forest Park Ministers Association and JenCare Senior Medical Center to provide this program to the community, and we are proud of the impact it has made.

Our team recently hosted the second annual City of East Point and Morehouse School of Medicine Health Equity Summit, bringing together a diverse group of community members and professionals to discuss and address health disparities in our community.

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