Community Engagement

Contributing towards building strong communities and a healthy world

We Build Things That Matter … Including Strong Communities

GE Healthcare is part of the global footprint of GE. We work every day to bring innovative solutions that improve health and create opportunities. We build things that matter to help solve some of the world’s most complex challenges and provide a foundation for a sustainable future.

GE Healthcare Giving in Communities

  • Wheeling to Help Others
    GE Healthcare gives to communities in a variety of ways. As part of a business meeting, the Human Resources team included a service project in the agenda. The group assembled several wheelchairs, that were donated to a local non-profit, and learned more about living with a disability. It was a great team-building exercise with a charitable purpose.

  • Florida Cancer Patients Feel at Home
    The American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Florida was a benefactor of a donation from GE Healthcare. The Lodge provides free housing for cancer patients and caregivers traveling away from home for cancer treatments, an important element of access to care.

  • Donated Device Helping Most Vulnerable
    A new LOGIQ R7 was donated to the Free Medical Clinic in Columbia, South Carolina to help provide free care and assessments of the most vulnerable uninsured populations who deserve the best care possible.

  • Dancing for Donations One of our engineers in our manufacturing plant in Florence, South Carolina supported local schools by participating in the “Dancing for Our Future Stars” gala. GE Healthcare made a donation to The School Foundation hosting the event and our employee won the trophy for the most entertaining performance.

  • Mentoring in Milwaukee
    GE Healthcare employees and the company are investing in future generations with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee mentors2.0 program helping high school students attend college and be career-ready.

  • Windy City Is STEM-tastic
    Donations are being made in Chicago to invest in STEM-skill development programs that will inspire and engage youth through the Museum of Science and Industry, Boys & Girls Clubs and Genesys Works programs.