Making a Difference

June 15, 2016  |  Category: Company Updates

For the third consecutive year, over 100 PatientKeeper employees spent an afternoon last week working at the Cradles to Crayons (C2C) “giving factory” in Boston sorting, cleaning and packaging donated clothes and toys earmarked for Massachusetts children living in low-income and homeless situations. In addition to their time, employees also donated a significant amount of goods and cash.

Volunteering has become a PatientKeeper tradition, one that our employees relish. And in the case of C2C, the cause is completely consistent with our parent company HCA’s mission to improve healthcare, because nothing more fundamentally impacts a child’s health than being clothed and fed.

Contributing to the community is one reason PatientKeeper was named to the Boston Globe’s list of Top Places to Work in Massachusetts last year. But more importantly, the interest and involvement of our employees in this initiative makes a tangible difference to hundreds of needy children and their families. We’re proud and gratified to be able to help.

PK volunteers listen to instructions at Cradles to Crayons














          PK volunteers listen to instructions at Cradles to Crayons.

Vice President, Human Resources
Mike brings over 20 years of human resource management experience to PatientKeeper. He has worked for a broad spectrum of organizations from professional partnerships to Fortune 100 companies, including Philips Medical Systems and McKesson.