Announcing the Nomi Health Charitable Foundation

Rebecca Armstrong Langle
Rebecca Armstrong Langle
February 23, 2023

Nomi Health was founded in 2019 with a bold mission to make healthcare more equitable by rebuilding the way it is paid for and delivered.

That’s why I’m proud to announce the creation of the Nomi Health Charitable Foundation – an extension of our purpose as a company – that will support our commitment to expand access to affordable, high-quality healthcare across the United States.

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Through philanthropic investments and partnerships with organizations that share our mission, the Nomi Health Charitable Foundation will focus on four key areas of impact:

  • Healthcare Equity: Every American deserves access to quality, affordable healthcare when they need it. But about half of U.S. adults say they have difficulty affording health care costs, preventing them from filling prescriptions or getting the care they need. At Nomi Health, we are addressing health disparities by increasing access to affordable, high-quality care – including mental healthcare. Nomi Health also provides resources and financial support to those in underserved communities who pursue careers in frontline healthcare. Our key partners and initiatives include: providing $1,000,000 in free mental healthcare to frontline workers, Civica, and the Waipahu Family Health Center.
  • Financial and Health Literacy: The U.S. healthcare system is overly complex and lacks transparency. Every day, Americans struggle to navigate the broken system, which is made unnecessarily complicated and bloated by insurers and hospitals who slow down, markup and otherwise obfuscate the true price of care. Nomi Health partners with organizations that help patients better understand the healthcare system and afford the care they need by increasing awareness of healthcare savings and debt relief programs. Our key partners include: RIP Medical Debt and the Healthwell Foundation.
  • STEAM Education: We are supporting programs that encourage youth to explore careers in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Our key partners include: Texas Women in STEM, Utah’s Club Ability, and the Kiewit Luminarium.
  • Community Social Determinants of Health (SDoH): SDoH – such as socioeconomic status, education, and the environment – contribute to chronic disease disparities in the U.S. Addressing these factors is key to improving health and reducing longstanding inequalities. Nomi Health’s efforts will help solve issues impacting social determinants of health specific to the local communities we serve. Our key partners include: Voices for Children in Miami, Nebraska Children and Families Foundation, and Encircle House in Utah.


The Nomi Health Charitable Foundation is launching a new signature program – The Frontline Futures Program – to support those pursuing careers in healthcare. The need for healthcare workers has never been greater: by 2025, the U.S. is estimated to have a major shortage of healthcare workers – including physicians, nurse practitioners, lab technicians, CNAs, and home health aides – which will only exacerbate existing shortfalls and inequities in our healthcare system.

The Frontline Futures Program will offer tuition assistance, mentorship opportunities and wrap-around services – such as transportation and housing stipends – to traditionally underserved individuals who are studying or beginning their careers in frontline healthcare roles. By addressing specific barriers to success, The Frontline Futures Program allows people to be fully supported, financially and beyond, as they embark on their careers.

The first phase of the program will be implemented with local partners in three states where Nomi Health operates: Miami Dade College in Florida, Goodwill Industries in Nebraska and the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement in Hawaii.