Throughout February — and every day — we reflect, recognize and appreciate Black Americans’ role in shaping the success of our nation, our company and those we serve.
"The work starts here. Black History Month is an opportunity for the 340,000 people of UnitedHealth Group to focus on the progress we can make inside this company to become a more diverse, equitable and inclusive organization and truly build a workforce reflective of the communities we serve.”
– Andrew Witty, Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Reflections on Black History Month
Hear what Black History Month means to a few of UnitedHealth Group’s many team members working to ensure every person, regardless of race, place or circumstance, has the opportunity to live their healthiest life.
Driving Change, Together
Black History Month underscores the importance of building a culture that embraces inclusion, diversity, innovation and growth among health care professionals to better enable high-quality care for all. We are committed to continuing to develop a diverse workforce that reflects today’s society.
UnitedHealth Group is committed to addressing health disparities and delivering solutions to enable equitable care to improve access, affordability and health outcomes for all.