HCA, Hospital Corporation of America

Industry: Health & Pharmaceutical Services

About HCA, Hospital Corporation of America

At HCA, we are driven by a single goal: the care and improvement of human life. That's more than just a privilege. At HCA, it's our calling. Since our founding nearly 50 years ago, we have followed a vision of healthcare the way it should be: patient-centered, constantly evolving and constantly improving, practiced with integrity and compassion. We all have a role in making this vision a reality. Together, we can make a difference in people's lives and build a thriving, healthier world. HCA consists of over 280 facilities in 20 states, with more than 249,000 employees

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Why Work at the Company?

HCA has made hiring Military Veterans and Military Spouses a foundational part of our talent acquisition strategy. HCA began tracking Veteran hires in 2012 and this year surpassed 18,000 Military Veterans hired. Each of these individuals make a positive impact on our business. Our veterans are able to use the skills they gained in the service to advance their career at an extremely fast pace. HCA also offers; Work life balance, exceptional benefits, ability to serve your community with company paid volunteer hours, celebrations of special 'Military Days', HCA has proclaimed November as Military Family Appreciation Month, Veterans and Military Spouses are recognized by our leadership and other employees, great working environments, tuition reimbursement, leadership development training, executive development programs and employee stock purchase plan.

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