Community Day and the “Power of 10”
At HCA Healthcare, we’re proud to support the communities where we live and work, and we do it in a big way. It’s part of who we are and what we are called to do – to learn, serve, give and lead through our Caring for the Community campaign.
This year’s theme is the “Power of 10,” and the idea is simple. Whether an HCA Healthcare employee gives $10, one volunteer hour, or 10 volunteer hours, together, we can make a positive impact in our community. And one way our employees are giving back with “Power of 10” is through Community Day!
This year will mark more than 17 years of our annual day of service, where corporate employees volunteer and connect with nonprofit organizations in Middle Tennessee. Over a two-day period – September 22 and 27 – 1,658 HCA Healthcare employees will volunteer at 113 local nonprofits in Nashville and the surrounding area.
We’re excited for the opportunity to serve our neighbors on this Community Day, and year-round. It’s not only what we do, it’s who we are.
I challenge you to use the “Power of 10” to give back in your communities, too. Together, we can all make a difference!
Follow our HCA Healthcare Community Day activities with the hashtag #HCACares on Twitter and Facebook.
Vice President, Community Relations
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HCA Healthcare, one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, is comprised of 182 hospitals and more than 2,300 sites of care, in 20 states and the United Kingdom. Our more than 283,000 colleagues are connected by a single purpose — to give patients healthier tomorrows.
As an enterprise, we recognize the significant responsibility we have as a leading healthcare provider within each of the communities we serve, as well as the opportunity we have to improve the lives of the patients for whom we are entrusted to care. Through the compassion, knowledge and skill of our caregivers, and our ability to leverage our scale and innovative capabilities, HCA Healthcare is in a unique position to play a leading role in the transformation of care.