Doctors network hiring initiative unfairly rewards only Black applicants, lawsuit alleges

FIRST ON FOX – A national physicians group is facing a lawsuit for a prestigious program carrying a $100,000 bonus that is only open to Black applicants. 

Vituity is a 100% physician owned and operated patient medical network operating across the country that offers a range of medical care. They reportedly see 8 million patients annually and operate out of 450 practice locations. As part of its efforts to attract talent, Vituity offers a physician incentive program that includes a $100,000 signing bonus.

But Vituity is facing legal trouble with its “Bridge to Brilliance Program” because it apparently is only open to Black physicians, according to a new lawsuit. The doctors group Do No Harm says  the program amounts to racial discrimination in violation of federal law. 

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