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American Global SecurityAmerican Global Security
Armed Security Guard
Dec 28, 2021

“I am quite glad and happy to work here.”

Sweet Dreams Clean Team
Security Guard
Oct 10, 2021

“I meet new people and i make my customers happy and satisfied”

Johnson & JohnsonJohnson & Johnson
Security Officer
Nov 29, 2021

“Long hours but overall happy with it”

National Health Security Office
Security Officer
Jan 4, 2022

“Good in business and I was happy to work”

US Postal ServiceUS Postal Service
Security Guard
Feb 4, 2021

“People were always happy to see us”

J. C. PenneyJ. C. Penney
Recovery Associate
Jun 30, 2022

“I love helping people and making them happy.”

Fab-Tech Works & ConstructionsFab-Tech Works & Constructions
Safety Officer
Feb 15, 2022

“I will so happy if i got opportunity to work with you”

Neylons Facility ManagementNeylons Facility Management
Night Security/Porter
May 17, 2022

“None very happy working in this company”

Top Companies for Security Officer I

Northside Hospital
Northside Hospital
4.3 ★
5K Jobs
5K Reviews
3K Salaries

Northside Hospital Atlanta (in Sandy Springs) opened in 1970. The original facility had 250 beds and has since been expanded to 621 beds. In 1997, Northside Hospital Cherokee (in Canton) was created through an agreement between R.T. Jones Regional Hospital and Northside Hospital, Inc. On May 6, 2017, Northside Hospital-Cherokee moved to its brand new campus near I-575 at exit 19 (Ga. Hwy. 20), near the Canton Marketplace development. The campus includes a 126-bed hospital and two medical office buildings with a Cancer Institute and a distinct Women's Center. In 2002, Northside Hospital purchased the 41-bed Georgia Baptist Medical Center (in Cumming) and renamed it Northside Hospital Forsyth. Since then, the facility has experienced continuous growth, expanding to 304 beds. On August 28, 2019, Northside Hospital and Gwinnett Health System completed plans to combine their operations. Northside Hospital Gwinnett (formerly Gwinnett Medical Center-Lawrenceville) and Northside Hospital Duluth (formerly Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth) have a combined 553 beds.

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Memorial Hermann Health System
Memorial Hermann Health System
3.7 ★
1K Jobs
2K Reviews
3K Salaries

At Memorial Hermann Health System, our 29,000 employees and 6,200 affiliated physicians share a vision to create healthier communities, now and for generations to come. As part of our commitment to realizing this vision, we have advanced our efforts around equity, diversity and inclusion; expanded our work in the community and refocused on reducing our system’s impact on the environment. What follows is a brief summary of our current efforts in those areas. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace and Beyond At Memorial Hermann, we’re committed to building a culture of inclusion. Through our Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) initiatives, we have taken a “total system” approach, requiring the pulling of both behavioral and structural levers. In March 2022, Memorial Hermann appointed Dr. Toi Harris as Chief Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer to build on Memorial Hermann’s existing EDI initiatives by identifying and championing future opportunities to ensure that EDI will be the driving force behind every decision made and every action taken at Memorial Hermann. In addition, Memorial Hermann has established an EDI Executive Council that is sponsored by Memorial Hermann President and Chief Executive Officer David Callender, MD, and chaired by Memorial Hermann Chief Administrative and Legal Officer Deborah Gordon. The EDI Executive Council provides advocacy and oversight for Memorial Hermann’s EDI initiatives and programs while establishing the EDI roadmap for the entire system. Improving the Health of the Community To advance our vision of creating healthier communities, we first must recognize that the health of our community cannot change by focusing on health care alone. There are social and economic factors that can pose barriers to health. That’s why we are expanding our focus beyond hospital and clinic walls to address the social determinants of health by aligning our efforts around four key pillars: - Access to Care - Emotional Well-being - Food as Health - Exercise is Medicine Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation Every three years, Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to collect data and analysis for Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery and Brazoria counties, which comprise the majority of Memorial Hermann discharges. Based on these studies, Memorial Hermann works with other healthcare providers, government agencies, business leaders and community stakeholders to ensure area residents have access to the services they need to improve their quality of life and the overall health of the community. Through Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation, we are employing a collective set of strategies to develop efforts targeted at improving the health of the underinsured and uninsured in our community, such as: - Community Resource Centers - Neighborhood Health Centers - Inpatient and ER Navigation - School-based Health Centers - 24-hour Nurse Triage Line - Pharmacy Services and Education - Psychiatric Social Worker - Direct Primary Care Partnership - Intensive Outpatient Case Management for Complex Patients - Free Primary Care for Eligible Patients - Multi-visit Patient Efforts & Education Strategies Anchoring Investment in the Community Hospitals have a long tradition of serving as Anchor Institutions within their communities, providing not only health care, but contracting with local businesses to purchase goods and services for building facilities and strengthening local businesses. Memorial Hermann proudly serves as a member of the Healthcare Anchor Network. As an Anchor Institute, we are working to leverage and align our resources to create meaningful change in Houston neighborhoods. We recognize that our investments don’t always have to be of a clinical nature to improve the health of the neighborhoods we serve. Protecting and Improving the Environment We only have one planet. The health and well-being of life on earth is intertwined with societal and ecological systems on which we all depend. To help ensure that people can live healthier lives, all organizations must reexamine how they operate on a day-to-day basis. In the healthcare industry, we not only must take care of our patients and the health of our community, but we must take care of the environment as well. Building and Operating Sustainable Facilities Sustainability is a guiding principle for our teams involved in the planning, design, construction and operations of our facilities. From cooling and lighting systems designed to reduce energy use to optimizing for natural building materials whenever possible to standardizing facilities for maximum efficiency in operation and maintenance, we strive to utilize the latest technical and industry expertise to further our goals in building and operating environmentally friendly facilities. Learn more about these initiatives here:

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