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Health Zones

Addressing health equity locally

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Supporting whole health

At CVS Health®, we understand that the conditions in which people live, learn and work shape their well-being. As the nation’s leading health solutions company, we have the opportunity and assets to close the gap for those who face daily barriers to good health.


Now active in five ZIP codes with plans to expand, our Health Zones initiative will tie together a robust CVS Health commercial presence, strong community partnerships and existing investment in a comprehensive, integrated approach to address these communities’ most pressing needs. 

Health Zones focus areas

We’ll address these key social determinants of health (SDOH) in local communities.

  • Housing


    When people have housing, they can focus on other health needs.

  • Education


    Access to education helps people thrive.


  • Access to food


    Healthy and nutritious food is especially important for people managing chronic conditions.

  • Labor and workforce


    Employed people often have better health outcomes.

  • Transportation


    Getting to and from medical appointments or a grocery store can make staying healthy easier.

  • Health care


    Access to quality care improves health outcomes.



Health Zones locations

Active in five markets, we’re leveraging the CVS Health presence and local resources to address community health care needs.

What our Health Zones partners are saying

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People shouldn’t have to make choices among paying for food, buying medicine or keeping a roof over their head. Food insecurity has substantial impacts on health and well-being. Together, we can end hunger for those at risk in these Health Zones.

Claire Babineaux-Fontenot,

Feeding America CEO

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Uber Health is proud to be a part of the Health Zones initiative — we believe our platform coupled with the program’s local approach will help enable access to care and improve outcomes in a scalable way.

Caitlin Donovan,

Global Head of Uber Health