NORTH BAY — The Business Journal has selected 17 companies for our second annual Healthiest Companies Recognition Awards to be honored at the North Bay Business Journal’s 2012 Health Care Conference.
“The trend toward prevention in health care is unstoppable and the companies that recognize that are reaping the benefits in a happier, healthier workplace, lower insurance claims and many other benefits,” said Business Journal Editor and Associate Publisher Brad Bollinger. “Besides, it is the right thing to do.”
Profiles of the winners will appear in a special publication supplementing the Nov. 12 issue, and winners will be honored at the annual Health Care Conference on Nov. 14 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa. This annual conference will not only recognize the 2012 winners but be a post-election discussion of health care reform.
Panelist include John Fradelizio, Wells Fargo Insurance; Michael Parr, George Petersen Insurance Agency; David Hodges, Vantreo Insurance Brokerage; Jim Settles, Woodruff Sawyer & Company; Victor McKnight, principal, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants; Mike Purvis, Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa; Todd Salnas of St. Joseph’s Health and Dennis Lum of Kaiser Permanente. For more information, call 707-521-5264.
The winners were selected after gathering nominations and company surveys about their health practices.
The winners are listed by alphabetical order:
- Agilent Technologies
- Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc.
- Exchange Bank
- General Dynamics
- Ghilotti Bros., Inc.
- Kaiser Permanente Marin – Sonoma
- LEMO USA
- Nova Group, Inc.
- Pacific Union College
- Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group
- Redwood Regional Medical Group
- Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park Oral Surgery
- St. Joseph Health, Sonoma County
- Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation
- Trinchero Family Estates/Sutter Home Winery
- W. Bradley Electric
- Wells Fargo Insurance Services
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