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GE HealthCare Sponsors First Named PILI Law Student Internship

ge monogram primary white RGBGE HealthCare is supporting the work of PILI by funding a Law Student Intern in the summer of 2024. GE HealthCare is a leading global medical technology, pharmaceutical diagnostics, and digital solutions innovator, dedicated to providing integrated solutions, services, and data analytics to make hospitals more efficient, clinicians more effective, therapies more precise and patients healthier and happier.

The sponsored Intern, Kareem Butler from Loyola University School of Law, will work this summer at Legal Council for Health Justice, which works with Illinois communities to overcome and dismantle barriers to the care and services they need to stay healthy, fed, and housed.

“We believe in the importance of pro bono and external impact work, and are proud to support PILI and Kareem’s work this summer,” GE HealthCare General Counsel, Frank Jimenez said.

GE HealthCare, through its charitable foundation, advances equitable access to precision healthcare, by funding nonprofit organizations aimed at making healthcare more accessible, personal, human, and flexible – and ultimately, strive to remove barriers that separate underserved communities from equitable healthcare.

“We are very grateful to have the support of GE HealthCare for our Law Student Internship Program,” PILI Executive Director Michael Bergmann said. “We share GE HealthCare’s commitment to removing barriers to underserved communities, including with regard to healthcare.”

PILI designates a number of Named and Honorary Interns each year, thanks to special funding commitments made by individual and organizational champions for public interest law.

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