BOSTON, Jan. 5, 2015
Employees from WorldCare International, Inc. (WorldCare) came together recently to volunteer at the New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV), serving lunch to Veterans that access the Center. Founded in 1989, NECHV serves between 380 – 400 meals a day to Veteran residents.
WorldCare employees were able to support the NECHV kitchen staff and interact with Veterans in the Boston area. NECHV welcomes school and alumni organizations, corporate groups, religious and faith-based groups, civic organizations and other groups for volunteer support. All volunteer opportunities are held at NECHV’s Boston location at 17 Court Street.
Kelly Rhodes, Esq., Human Resources Administrator/Legal Advisor for WorldCare said, “This was another exemplary display of care and selflessness from our employees. Our commitment to maximizing access to quality healthcare drives initiatives such as this. We are proud to have been able to contribute to such a notable community organization and provide help to those who have served our country.”
“We greatly appreciate the WorldCare employees who donated their time and effort to come in and serve lunch to our residents,” said NECHV President and CEO C. Andrew McCawley. “The assistance of organizations like WorldCare helps us to carry out our mission of providing services to Veterans who are facing challenges in their lives.”
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WorldCare’s mission is to improve the quality of health care worldwide by maximizing timely, efficient and strategic access to the best in health care. For over 20 years, WorldCare has empowered members and physicians with the clinical information and resources needed to make more informed medical decisions. WorldCare’s online medical second opinion service does this by digitally connecting millions of members worldwide with specialists at world-class medical centers within the WorldCare Consortium®. These teams of specialists and sub-specialists, with the experience that best matches each member’s needs, review the member’s medical records and diagnostics, confirm the diagnosis, recommend optimal treatments and empower members and their treating physicians with the information and resources needed to make informed medical decisions. WorldCare’s services are available through health plans, employers or insurers. For more information, please contact us.
Founded in 1989, the New England Center and Home for Veterans is a nationally recognized leader in the initiative to end homelessness among Veterans. The NECHV is a multi-dimension service and care provider dedicated to assisting Veterans who are facing or at risk of homelessness with a broad array of programs and services that enable success, dignified, meaningful employment, and independent living. For more information please visit www.nechv.org.