Integrity. Compassion. Relationships. Innovation. Performance. These are values that drive UnitedHealth Group employees. For those who have served in the military, these are values they have already embraced well before they join our company, making UnitedHealth Group a strong fit for veterans.
In October, the United Health Foundation released the 2018 America's Health Rankings Health of Those Who Have Served Report.
In two announcements recently made by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), OptumServe, the federal government health services business unit of Optum, was selected to offer new services to veterans in 2019, and has secured major contracts to provide disability exams for the VA.
Give an Hour was awarded a $1.6 million grant from United Health Foundation to expand its mental health care system in Houston, Texas, and Tacoma, Washington.
More than 200 injured veterans and their supporters will set off on Sunday, Oct. 18, on the UnitedHealthcare Ride 2 Recovery California Challenge, a seven-day, 516-mile bicycle ride from the VA Palo Alto Health Care System – the birthplace of Ride 2 Recovery – to the VA West Los Angeles Medical Center.
The Greater Hartford Arts Council has announced the recipients of its 2016 Arts + Wellness Grants. These grants, supported by UnitedHealthcare, were given to four local arts organizations to produce programs that use creativity to enrich lives and enhance the health and well-being of veterans and their families.
Give an Hour was awarded a $1.6 million grant from United Health Foundation to expand its mental health care system in Tacoma, Wash., and Houston, Texas.
More than 700 Easter baskets were assembled, loaded and delivered to three nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles and Orange counties by local volunteers and UnitedHealthcare employees.
Nearly 200 injured veterans and their supporters will take part in the UnitedHealthcare Army/Navy Challenge, one of six Ride 2 Recovery cycling challenges sponsored by UnitedHealthcare this year.
The Greater Hartford Arts Council today received $10,000 from UnitedHealthcare to support the 2016 “Arts & Wellness” grant program, which funds artistic programs that use creativity as a tool to enrich lives and enhance the health and well-being of veterans and their families.