Work Health & Safety Civic
Mercy Medical Center and Work Health & Safety Services has a long tradition of public service and commitment to the community where we operate. Mercy Medical Center, its leadership, and employees continue to place a high value on community involvement and service.
Our success is tied to the health of the community we serve and healthy communities begin with engaged people; we are encouraged to give our time and talents to the betterment of those in our community. Our professionals are strongly encouraged to volunteer their time and even to become leaders in civic and community organizations. We enthusiastically support them in these endeavors. The list of charitable, civic and community organizations with which we are affiliated is as varied as we.
At the completion of the 2006 United Way Campaign, "Doing What Matters," Mercy associates pledged over $41,000 to help the United Way of Greater Stark County.
The charitable, civic and community organizations include:
fight against cancer in 2008.
We improve the communities in which we live and work through contributions to education, social service organizations and hands-on employee volunteerism. By setting high standards of involvement and leadership, we have left an indelible imprint on our record of social and civic involvement.
Through our various efforts, we are actively involved in supporting on-going health care, educational and cultural programs. Mercy/WHSS commitment to community outreach is exemplified by a number of key initiatives, some of which are listed below.
WHSS's most recent commitment of giving to an Adopt-a-Family through this past holiday season.
Click link to read more: Adopt-a-Family
In past years WHSS has helped with the Greater Canton Habitat for Humanity.
Click link to read more: Habitat for Humanity