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Today, HCA partnered with AT&T and their “It Can Wait” campaign to help the fight against texting while driving. Both companies feel that it is incredibly important to spread awareness to those who are most affected by this dangerous habit.
Since I discovered Vine I’ve been obsessed with it. As Director of PR at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in Denver, this little tool gives me an opportunity to show off my hospital, physicians, nurses, staff and patients while having a little fun.
This morning at the HCA corporate office, employees gathered for a ceremony to honor all HCA employees who have or are serving in our armed forces. We’ve had a busy year working to hire more veterans. Here are a few quick stats to let you know what we’ve been up to:
Every year around this time, HCA employees come together to participate in our Caring for the Community Campaign. It’s a chance for employees to take a day and donate their time to local nonprofits. This year’s theme, “Above and Beyond”, is much more than a catchy phrase; it’s a symbol of the outstanding efforts that…
From hurricane relief to a helping hand for someone across campus, the HCA Hope Fund connects employees in need with those who can provide assistance. In so doing, it creates strong, deep ties across the company. What began as an informal way of connecting victims of natural disasters with co-workers who wanted to help spawned…
Last weekend, runners from across the U.S. came to Nashville (our hometown) to participate in the Country Music Marathon. At HCA, 452 of our employees and their family members laced up their shoes and ran or walked the full or half marathon. They were part of what we call Team HCA.