We are working to improve the lives of our patients, the regions in which we operate and those in need throughout the world by examining and reducing our environmental impact, performing international medical missions, offering health screenings and pursuing philanthropic endeavors.
We strive to be an environmental leader in the healthcare industry by innovating conservation, stewardship and sustainability solutions that reduce our footprint while providing safe, effective care to our patients.Learn More
DaVita continued its long tradition of supporting local communities across the nation in 2014 through nearly $4 million in charitable giving.
Paladina Health and HealthCare Partners teammates participated in walks, runs and other volunteer activities in 2014 in their communities to help raise funds for a variety of
Since 2006, DaVita teammates and their family and friends have volunteered more than 79,000 hours through 1,470 Village Service Days.Learn More
DaVita is the first healthcare company and the first Fortune 500 company named to the WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces.
DaVita has been recognized by Fortune World's Most Admired Companies since 2006.
DaVita was honored with the 2015 Communitas Award in the philanthropy category for the DaVita Way of Giving.
In 2014, DaVita HealthCare Partners once again contributed more than $1.5 million to community organizations and nonprofits across the Denver metro area. Themes of collaboration and creativity of thought arose as DaVita spearheaded an arts and education initiative between the Denver Center for Performing Arts, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Youth on Record and the Public Education & Business Coalition. The Creative Classroom Collaborative (CCC) was a unique program designed to bring the arts and artistic expression into a classroom setting. Working with Denver Public Schools, a pilot program successfully launched and students were able to perform on stage the creative pieces they created in the class. DaVita was uniquely positioned to help bring these separate groups together towards a common goal of fostering arts education in schools.