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HCA Healthcare Named as a World’s Most Ethical Company for Eighth Consecutive Year

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I am pleased to share that HCA Healthcare has been named a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company® by the Ethisphere Institute.

This marks our eighth consecutive year to receive this recognition, and it underscores the commitment of our over 230,000 employees who lead with integrity, maintain a positive work environment and provide excellent care to our patients in 20 states and the United Kingdom.

We also have the distinction of being recognized as one of only seven companies honored in the healthcare provider category. With more than 26 million patient encounters each year, HCA Healthcare teams throughout the world have demonstrated our basic values of compassionate patient care, respect, fairness, and honesty in all that they do.

Whether it’s through sustainability efforts, philanthropic work or a culture of inclusion, our ethical business standards, and principled leadership improve the communities we serve and are a source of pride for everyone at HCA Healthcare.

The full list of the 2017 World’s Most Ethical Companies can be found here. In 2017, 124 honorees were named spanning 19 countries and four continents, and representing more than 52 industries.

About HCA Healthcare

HCA Healthcare, one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, is comprised of 186 hospitals and more than 2,000 sites of care, in 20 states and the United Kingdom. Our approximately 275,000 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.

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