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FamilyCare Health Named Top Workplace for Sixth Year

PORTLAND, Ore. (October 4, 2017) – FamilyCare Health has been named a Top Workplace by The Oregonian for the sixth consecutive year.

Each year, companies in Oregon and Southwest Washington are awarded this honor based on anonymous employee surveys. FamilyCare is one of only five mid-size organizations to receive this award for six straight years.

"Receiving this honor for the sixth time is a testament to our mission-driven culture and our staff’s dedication to serving our members and the community," said Jeff Heatherington, President and CEO of FamilyCare Health. "We do this work day in and day out, and take great care of our staff so that they can take great care of those we serve," he added.

While FamilyCare has grown significantly over the past six years and continuously evolved to meet the needs of the Medicaid and Medicare populations, it’s maintained a culture of mutual respect, care, and passion for serving the community. These attributes, along with a strong benefits package, have kept the Portland-based Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) on the Top Workplaces list year after year.

FamilyCare’s employee benefits include tuition assistance so employees can grow and succeed inside and outside the office, 401K contributions, Tri-met passes, annual wellness reimbursement, and on-site training and development. FamilyCare applies its mission of Creating Healthy Individuals through Innovative Systems to employees, as well as members and providers. Learn more at www.familycareinc.org/careers.

About FamilyCare Health

For more than 30 years, FamilyCare Health provided patient-centered health care to Oregonians. FamilyCare Health was the first health plan in Oregon to integrate models of physical and mental health and the first CCO in the tri‐county area certified by the Oregon Health Authority.

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