Dr. Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, a nationally known Health Literacy educator from Tufts University School of Medicine, led three workshops on behalf of the Georgia Alliance for Health Literacy during Health Literacy Month. On October 18, Dr. Kurtz-Rossi presented “Health Literacy Practices to Improve Patients’ Understanding and Engagement” for 100 students, faculty, and administrators at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Campus. On October 19, Dr. Kurtz-Rossi presented two sessions at the Athens Regional Medical Center. The first session, Becoming a Health Literate Organization, focused on leadership for administrators, department managers, practice managers and physicians. The second session, Health Literacy: It’s the Best Prescription, was geared toward clinical providers and included physicians, PAs, NPs, nurses, social workers, and pharmacists. PDFs of Dr. Kurtz-Rossi’s presentations at ARMC can be found Best Practices for Health Practitioners and Health Literate Organizations.