Haitian Disaster Relief with Kidney Community Emergency Response (2010)
Donated and delivered nearly $200,000 in supplies and products to Haitian earthquake victims.
Shad Ireland 4,000 Mile “What Inspires You?” Bike Tour (2008)
Company spokesperson and dialysis patient Shad Ireland completes 4,000-mile bike tour from L.A. to D.C., educating and inspiring patients along the way.
The National Kidney Foundation® (2008)
Received the 2008 Gift of Life Award for Outstanding Corporate Partner for sponsoring the 2008 Boston Kidney Walk.
The National Kidney Foundation® of Utah and Idaho (2008)
Raised $50,000 to help needy dialysis patients travel to and from treatments.
Camp Independence (2008)
Donated supplies and medical care to weeklong summer camp for children and adolescents diagnosed with kidney disease or who have solid organ transplants.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) (2008)
Sponsored 8th Annual Tee Off For A Cure Golf Tournament.
FMCNA Responds to Hurricanes Ike and Gustav on Texas Coast (2008)
Provided 4,000 gallons of gas for staff, 300 home generators, and 100 support staff to deliver immediate treatment to patients and reopen clinics.
Commercial Support Services (Contra Costa ARC Program)
Partnered with our Walnut Creek manufacturing site to assist individuals with developmental disabilities in achieving their highest level of personal independence and self-sufficiency.
Six Sigma Project with Renal Therapies Group Saves Water (2009)
Streamlined the dialyzer-rinse process at our Ogden, Utah manufacturing plant, saving $850,000 per year and conserving 50% of water for reuse as drinking water.
Renal Therapies Group Reduction of Dialyzer Drying Air Project (2008)
Reduced energy consumption in producing compressed air by 28%, saving $450,000 annually.
Facility Management Services Environmental Initiatives (2008)
Revised carbon-tank backwashing process to save 300 million gallons of water yearly.
Segregated cardboard in clinics to save and recycle 5 million pounds.
Formed partnership with cement producer to reuse 5.4 million pounds of waste.