Maxim Healthcare Services, an established provider of home healthcare, medical staffing and wellness services, has released a special video tribute commemorating Veterans Day. The video features Maxim employees who have been a part of armed forces and served in its various branches. Maxim thanks them for their service and commitment and also thanks Maxim patients and clients.
Founded in 1988, Maxim today is an established partner in the healthcare industry and is successfully and constantly evolving to address the needs of its patients, caregivers, and clients. It delivers quality patient care with an emphasis on customer care.
"We are proud to be the employer of choice and healthcare provider to thousands of our nation's veterans," said Maxim chief executive officer, Brad Bennett. "As patients, they inspire and motivate us. As employees, they bring the type of leadership, talent, and dedication that helps to make Maxim one of the leading home healthcare and staffing agencies in the nation. On Veterans Day and every day we thank you for your service, “added Bennett.
To commemorate Veteran’s Day, Maxim also hosted a ‘thank you’ card writing at its Columbia, Maryland office. The employees will be able to say ‘Thank you’ to the army veterans in their own words, they will also be able to draft their personal messages thanking them for their courage, service and sacrifices.
Maxim’s mission is to provide patient - centered care which is reliable and safe through innovation and efficient care delivery models. It is focused on being the most respected and valued organization. Maxim employs the best people and processes to improve overall. Be it infants or seniors, Maxim aims at making a positive difference by having an opportunity to enhance their quality of life. It tirelessly works at maintaining the dignity and freedom of the patients it takes under its care.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman