Committed to our communities.
Addressing Health & Welfare, Education and Civic Enrichment
USAP Cares combines our employee volunteerism and strategically aligned company resources to address essential community needs in the areas of health and welfare, education and civic enrichment.
Our values to conduct our business with integrity, excellence, respect, innovation, and accountability have guided us not only in the clinical setting, but also in our support of the communities where we live and serve.
See below for just a few examples of how we take an active role in the community.
Stepping Up When It Matters
USAP is a family. We take care of each other, our patients and our communities to the best of our abilities. This was especially evident during the Fall of 2017 when our employees and communities were impacted by disaster and tragedy with Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the Las Vegas shooting. USAP clinicians in other parts of the country flew to impacted areas to relieve clinicians who were facing the physical and emotional toll of the situations. Additionally, USAP associates donated over $100,000 that was matched dollar-for-dollar by USAP and given to affected employees following the hurricanes.
Serving Our Local Communities
From participating in 5k races benefiting charities, sponsoring back-to-school supplies for low-income children, and hosting blood drives, our associates are always ready to make a difference for those in need. Previous efforts have included local support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, March of Dimes, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, local hospitals and schools, and many other important causes.
Being a Good Global Citizen
In addition to our community involvement in our local communities, we partner with responsible global organizations to contribute our expertise on clinical mission trips.
An example of this can be seen in USAP’s support of Florida Hospital's Sharing Smiles program. Sharing Smiles surgical teams are comprised of plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses, technicians and other volunteers who travel to select cities in Latin America to provide reconstructive surgery to children suffering from physical and emotional distress caused by facial deformities.