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WorkCare, Inc., has received the prestigious American Board for Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) Employer Recognition Award for 2020. WorkCare will be recognized when the award is presented at the 2021 American Association of Occupational Health Nurses virtual national conference on April 14.
The ABOHN Employer Recognition Award is given annually to a company that demonstrates support and encouragement for the personal and professional development of certified Occupational Health Nurses.
WorkCare demonstrated through the award submission process that it recognizes the value certification brings to its organization and that it acknowledges nursing contributions in a variety of ways. This includes encouraging certification with incentives and recognizing accomplishments in nursing throughout the organization.
Occupational health nurses are represented on the company’s leadership team. They support WorkCare’s Incident Intervention® 24/7 telehealth triage center and staff onsite clinics around the nation. They also manage the company’s TravelCare program, have been instrumental in the delivery of COVID-19 tests and vaccines in the workplace, and contribute in multiple other ways to the company’s ability to achieve its mission. It is an honor for WorkCare to be recognized for the dedication the company’s nurses have to protecting and promoting employee health…from hire to retire.
Previous award recipients include Tyson Foods, IBM, and Johnson & Johnson.
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