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  • An Achievement to Celebrate

    Last week, Whitman-Walker Clinic shared with the community good news that has not happened here in nearly a decade. We reported an operating gain for...

  • Roundtable, Round Two

    D.C. City Councilmember David Catania (I-At large) continued his probe into management decisions of Whitman-Walker Clinic under the leadership of Donald Blanchon, on Monday, April...

  • Rooms to Remember

    Whitman-Walker Clinic has made some changes. The waiting room at the Max Robinson Center has been named the ''Barbara A. Chinn Waiting Area.'' And the...

  • Clinic Releases Review

    Whitman-Walker Clinic announced on Tuesday, March 24, that a pro bono, independent review of the clinic's management by the law firm of Arnold & Porter...

  • Corrections

    In the March 12 issue of Metro Weekly, the story ''Clinic Counters'' included a sentence with phrasing that read, ''Chinn's and Hawkins' contracts did entitle...

  • Catania Calls Out Clinic

    Whitman-Walker Clinic's management was under attack Wednesday, Jan. 28, as D.C. City Councilmember David Catania (I-At large) and others spent hours questioning the clinic's executive...

  • Good-Bye Girls

    Barbara Chinn (Photo by Patsy Lynch) Despite the anticipation of the Jan. 20 change in presidential administrations, generally much welcomed by the GLBT community, there...

  • WWC Announces New Cuts

    Nearly a year since Whitman-Walker Clinic's January 2008 restructuring announcement, which included staff layoffs of up to 10 percent and the sale of its headquarter...

  • Clinic Currency

    The Whitman-Walker Clinic on Tuesday, June 17, announced that the organization's 1407 S St. NW administrative building has been sold to JBG Companies for $8...

  • Whitman-Walker Clinic

    Whitman-Walker Clinic's 30 years of service to the D.C. area LGBT community are legendary. ''We were the first LGBT-focused health care provider in the city,''...

  • To the Max

    Twenty years have passed since Max Robinson, the nation's first African-American network news anchor, died from AIDS-related complications at Howard University Hospital. Sixteen years have...

  • Medical Check-In

    Nearly 30 years to the day of the Whitman-Walker Clinic being officially chartered -- Jan. 13, 1978 -- the clinic held a press conference. The...

  • Lay-offs, Restructuring at Whitman-Walker

    Whitman-Walker Clinic announced today that it will layoff more than 10 percent of its employees as part of a ''restructuring'' of the long-time gay and...

  • Whitman-Walker Clinic

    THERE AREN'T ENOUGH pages in the Pride Guide to list all of the services Whitman-Walker Clinic has provided to the community over the past three...

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