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To increase patient access to care, Whitman-Walker Health has changed its appointment scheduling system. When you contact Whitman-Walker, you will now be able to schedule your visit within the next 10 business days. All appointments on and after August 21, 2017, have been cancelled. We will contact you 14 days in advance to reschedule your appointment under the new system.

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Erin M. Loubier

Erin M. Loubier

Senior Director of Health and Legal Integration and Payment Innovation

EMAIL:
eloubier@whitman-walker.org

PHONE:
202.939.7662

Erin Loubier is Senior Director for Health and Legal Integration and Payment Innovation, where she focuses on the critical collaborations between traditional health care services and legal services to promote patient health and wellness by addressing the social and legal determinants of health. Loubier oversees Legal Services, Public Benefits and Insurance Navigation, and relations with third-party payers, including Medicaid, Medicare, the DC Alliance, and private insurance companies.

Loubier is active on advocacy and systemic reform efforts on health insurance, health reform implementation, and issues affecting access to health care. She is a member of the DC Medical Care Advisory Committee, DC Healthcare Ombudsman Program’s Advisory Committee, DC Health Benefit Exchange Consumer Assistance Advisory Committee, and chairs the DC Bar’s Public Benefits Training series. Loubier led Whitman-Walker’s partnership with the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority to serve as the lead trainer and provide technical assistance for the 33 organizations awarded consumer assistance grants as DC Health Link Assisters. She is the recipient of the DCPCA’s 2013 Unsung Hero Award and the DC Bar Foundation’s 2011 Jerrold Scoutt Prize.

Loubier came to Whitman-Walker in 1998 after receiving her law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law. Prior to law school, Loubier worked for three years at Equal Justice Works (formerly NAPIL) as a student organizer and programs coordinator. She received her bachelor’s degree from Drew University, and has a graduate-level certification in mediation from Syracuse University. Loubier is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland Bars and lives in Washington, DC with her husband and their two daughters.