Culture and Community Outreach
Health Monitor Network helps make the world a healthier place.
Health Monitor Network is defined and motivated by its culture. The most critical part of our organization is the over 140 professionals who approach their work each and every day with passion and dedication. Our employees are more like family and come to work in an environment that is welcoming, respectful, collaborative and representative of one of the best places to work in the entire country. We work diligently each day to facilitate a meaningful dialogue between patients and healthcare professionals through our award-winning content and integrated Point of Care solutions, and we derive great satisfaction from the relationships we make.
We take pride in sponsoring important social events throughout the year that we believe are crucial to building camaraderie, trust and respect among members of the Health Monitor family. We celebrate many holidays during the year, including our Employee Relaxation Day, and make sure every employee goes home every Thanksgiving with an apple pie to share with family and friends.
Health Monitor University
We are able to practice what we preach relative to Talent Engagement by providing all staff members with highly specialized and completely in-house fostered learning and development curriculum which we call “Health Monitor University.” Consistent with this theme, a quarterly Talent Development training schedule is available to grow and develop all employees. Curricula include training in areas such as:
Service systems and technical skills
Health Monitor Network participates in the “Healthy Me" challenge which encourages employees to adopt or maintain an active lifestyle with friendly competition, support and encouragement to inspire all to keep moving. These programs include on-site yoga, strength training, self-defense, and other wellness initiatives. Furthermore, Health Monitor always makes sure there are healthy snacks available throughout the day in our café such as granola bars, fruit, and yogurt, free to all employees. We also provide wellness educational resources and host special wellness events.
Giving Back to the Community
For the past eight years, employees have volunteered at Bright Side Manor, an assisted living home in Teaneck, NJ, that provides older adults with affordable, accessible housing. The company also gives back to the community through numerous school initiatives. Along with former New York Giant Rodney Hampton, Health Monitor Network provides funding to Houston Gardens Elementary school in Houston, TX, to create after-school programs for at-risk youth. The company also partners with Hampton and Napier Academy in Paterson, NJ, to donate sports equipment and provide an adopted kindergarten class with gifts during the holiday season.
In 2012, the company launched the Health Monitor Community Health Ambassador Program. More than 700 volunteers nationwide attend health fairs, hospital open houses and more to distribute patient-education materials and raise disease awareness. At the end of the day, improving patient outcomes is at the heart of all that Health Monitor Network does and continues to work for in the future.