Our company mission to promote the healing process extends to our social responsibility in the communities where our customers and employees work every day. Our commitment to further health and wellness in these communities is an important part of our company values and the long-term relationships that we’re dedicated to. For more information, call 877-677-7767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are some of the organizations that we actively support!
The Periwinkle Foundation develops and provides programs that positively change the lives of children, young adults and families who are challenged by cancer and other life-threatening illnesses and are cared for at Texas Children’s Hospital.
US Med-Equip employees gather donation items for for PEriwinkle camps as well as donate directly through our “Jeans Friday” program where employees can donate $3 to wear jeans each Friday and the company matches every dollar! Learn more about the Periwinkle Foundation here.
Shriners Hospitals for Children
For many years, US Med-Equip has donated to Shriners Hospitals for Children through various efforts, including our “Jeans Friday” employee giving campaigns where employees contribute to our annual Shriners Hospital donation so they can wear jeans! It’s a fun way to encourage employee giving and the company matches every dollar.
Shriners Hospitals for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric healthcare institutions. Our support is consistent with our mission of putting patient care first. Shriners continues to deliver life-changing medical care to children regardless of a families ability to pay. Click here to learn more about Shriners!
Ronald McDonald House Charities
The Ronald McDonald House Charities provide a home away from home to families with seriously ill children. Find more information go to www.rmhc.org. Our staff love volunteering!
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walks
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk funds research to find cures and ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients. Friends, family, children of all ages, and co-workers all have the power to save lives. Find a walk near you at www.lightthenight.org.
Biomedical Equipment Technology (BET) at TSTC
US Med-Equip offers a $500 scholarship every semester to an outstanding student in the Biomedical Equipment Technology (BET) program at Texas State Technical College.
Hospitals and medical centers stay active around the clock, and medical personnel rely on advanced biomedical equipment to make the difference when life is literally hanging in the balance. They demand that the equipment they use be repaired quickly and maintained in first-class condition to avoid malfunctions that might slow down or stop medical procedures. The up-keep and repair of this equipment requires highly skilled biomedical equipment technicians, professionals dedicated to precise work—professionals like the graduates of the Biomedical Equipment Technology (BET) program at Texas State Technical College.
The BET program can show you the way to an exciting and challenging career as a biomedical equipment technician. This is a career with a future. The aging population will increase the need for medical care and the demand for these technicians.
As a student in this highly specialized field, you can learn to inspect, calibrate, maintain, troubleshoot, repair electronic, mechanical and electro-mechanical equipment used in the medical and healthcare industry. Students gain knowledge and experience working with everything from the simplest suction pump to the most sophisticated laboratory equipment, cardiac monitors, X-ray and ultrasound equipment.
US Med-Equip actively participates with like-minded local and national organizations and strongly encourages employees to join our efforts guided by the following three principles:
To serve a patient in need through…
To foster education and leadership in the healthcare field through…
To advocate for sound environmental stewardship and to conserve our natural resources for future generations through…