The Lown Institute, a nonpartisan health care think tank, recently released a set of rankings that examines the racial inclusivity of more than 3,200 hospitals across the United States to assess their success at serving people of color in their communities. Temple University Hospital was ranked the most racially inclusive hospital in Pennsylvania and the 13th most racially inclusive hospital in the United States. The Philadelphia Inquirer, PhillyVoice and Al Día recognized the achievement, and the Inquirer spoke with Tony S. Reed, MD, MBA, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Temple University Health System and Temple University Hospital. Dr. Reed highlighted Temple’s work with community members, smaller clinics and social workers to deepen relationships. Al Día included comments from Michael A. Young, MHA, FACHE, President and CEO of Temple University Health System and Temple University Hospital, and Amy J. Goldberg, MD, FACS, Interim Dean and George S. Peters, MD and Louise C. Peters Chair and Professor of Surgery at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University and Surgeon-in-Chief and Senior Vice President of Perioperative Services at Temple University Health System.