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  • HP Manufacturing, currently celebrating its 75th Anniversary, is a full service provider of custom, precision machined plastic parts and assemblies. HP services its global client base, not only through machining OEM products, but also through fabricating high-end, custom POP displays and the distribution of plastic sheet, rod and tube.

  • Our vision

    Our vision is to be the most customer-driven and efficient public transit agency in Virginia.

    Our mission

    Our mission is to serve the community through high quality, safe, efficient and sustainable regional transportation services.

    How many employees does HRT currently have?

    HRT currently is home to 1,087 employees.

    What cities does HRT serve?

    HRT serves six cities: Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach. The entire service area population is 1.3 million.

    Why is the service more frequent in some areas/cities than in others?

    HRT contracts with each city in our service area separately, and each city determines how much service is to be provided in their area. The chart below gives an insight into this practice.

  • HCR ManorCare is a leading provider of short-term, post-hospital services and long-term care with decades of experience helping patients and their families. Our growing network of more than 500 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies provide an exceptional brand of care.

    The HCR ManorCare family includes more than 55,000 employees, more than 280 Medicare and Medicaid-certified skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers; hospice care in over 100 markets; and more than 50 centers providing Alzheimer’s and related dementia care. These locations operate primarily under the respected names of Heartland, ManorCare Health Services and Arden Courts, and they each share the HCR ManorCare commitment to improve clinical effectiveness.

    The people of HCR ManorCare bring genuine compassion to health care and considerable skills to post-hospital and long-term care. Our mission continues to expand to meet the needs and health care goals of individuals who are discharged from the hospital and require additional nursing and rehabilitation care. One person at a time, HCR ManorCare is raising the bar for patient-focused, short-term, outcomes-focused health care.

    What draws the best to HCR ManorCare?

    Seeing the impact of your work, every day—that’s what’s so satisfying about a HCR ManorCare career. Our close-knit and supportive team atmosphere not only gives our patients the continuity and support they also inspires growth in our people. In fact, it’s an atmosphere where you take on new challenges, discover new talents, contribute new ideas and take your career further than you ever imagined. Your career path is wide open at HCR ManorCare, one of the nation’s leading providers of rehabilitation and post-acute care. We give you the opportunities to take your career further and in new directions. Discover the supportive employee-focused atmosphere that will help your career go places.

  • The Heinzerling Foundation serves a community of non-ambulatory residents with severe or profound developmental disabilities. They range in age from infancy to mature adults, with some spending their entire lifetime at the Foundation.

    The Heinzerling Foundation provides around the clock, personalized care for every resident within its facilities. Every action at the Heinzerling Foundation begins with a resident's unique needs and preferences. All services are provided in a warm and stimulating home environment to give residents an exceptional quality of life.

    The staff goes beyond highly trained caregivers. To the residents, they are trusted friends, family, and supporters, who encourage and make living worthwhile. They never pass in the hall without a warm smile, a loving hello, or a personal touch. The extra love and personal involvement they bring to their work is largely responsible for the progress displayed by many of the residents. We support the efforts of our employees and let them do what they do best…help people. Rewarding work and extraordinary opportunities begin here.

  • Enventis is one of the leading providers of integration services in the Midwest specializing in providing telecommunications and network solutions for companies of all sizes. Our ability to turn a customer’s business need into a solution is unmatched.

    Enventis provides competitive compensation and benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.

  • The Home Savings and Loan Company, a subsidiary of United Community Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: UCFC), is a full-service community bank headquartered in Youngstown, Ohio.

    Founded on January 15, 1889, Home Savings has always maintained a commitment to developing long-standing relationships with local residents and businesses by providing its customers a full range of retail and commercial banking products and service that exceed expectations.

    One of Home Savings' greatest strengths continues to be its level of community involvement, evidenced by its strong presence in a variety of service organizations, charitable causes and public efforts. Home Savings employees are encouraged to become active members of civic groups, economic development programs, educational projects and urban revitalization efforts.

    In 1998, the Home Savings Charitable Foundation was formed to further enhance positive impacts within the community. The Foundation focuses contributions in the areas of education, health care and disadvantaged children and adults, and since its inception, has contributed millions of dollars to non-profit organizations throughout Home Savings' market areas.

    Home Savings currently operates 33 full-service banking offices and nine loan production offices throughout Ohio and western Pennsylvania, with assets of $1.8 billion and approximately 500 employees. Specialties: Mortgages, Full Service Retail Banking, Business Banking, Investments


  • Hospice of the Western Reserve is a community-based, non-profit agency dedicated to the belief that no one should die alone, afraid or in pain and that dying people of all ages have a right to appropriate care regardless of disease or ability to pay. Hospice of the Western Reserve is the largest hospice employer in Ohio.

    Hospice/palliative care is a philosophy of care that includes pain management and symptom control for the patient and emotional and spiritual support for patient and caregivers.

    Since 1978, Hospice of the Western Reserve has been caring for patients and families wherever they live - home, the hospital, an assisted living/long-term care facility or at Hospice House, our 42-bed residential facility overlooking Lake Erie. Services are provided by a team of staff and trained volunteers. Hospice of the Western Reserve's pediatric program serves the largest population in the state.

    No one is turned away based on ability to pay. Services are covered by most private health insurance, and Hospice of the Western Reserve is a Medicare/Medicaid-certified hospice program, offering a comprehensive hospice benefit. Funding is received through private donations, memorial gifts, grants, fundraising events, United Way and the Hospice Resale Shop (5139 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst), which sells gently-used furniture, clothing, household items and more.

    Hospice of the Western Reserve is Ohio licensed, Joint Commission Accredited, and a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, the Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Hospice Alliance of Ohio.

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    Hospice of the Western Reserve provides palliative end-of-life care, caregiver support, and bereavement services throughout Northern Ohio.

    In celebration of the individual worth of each life, we strive to relieve suffering, enhance comfort, promote quality of life, foster choice in end-of-life care and support effective grieving.

    Organizational Values

    Commitment, adaptability, integrity, leadership, professionalism, open communication, teamwork, accountability.

    Core Values

    o Facilitate a safe and comfortable dying.

    o Respect patient and family decision making.

    o Respect patient and family privacy.

    o Recognize the right to appropriate medical care.

    o Assure availability of care when cure is not possible.

    o Provide care using holistic approaches.

    o Treat symptoms and palliate suffering without prolonging life or hastening death.

    o Support team principles and practices throughout the organization.

    o Recognize physical, emotional, spiritual dimensions in patients and families.

    o Provide end-of-life education throughout the community.

    o Seek continual improvement to provide quality care.

    o Serve as a community bereavement and grief resource.

    o Anticipate needs before problems arise.

    o Respect the cultural and religious heritage of each person served.

    o Assure service availability regardless of ability to pay.

    Patients cared for in 2011: 6,876Number of staff: 908
    Number of volunteers: 1,800

    William Finn, Chief Executive Officer

    Hospice House is a 42-bed, 33,000 square-foot facility providing a home-like environment for patients who have no caregiver or whose family is unable to care for them at home. For patients not residing at Hospice House, 19 beds are reserved for symptom control and one bed for respite care.

    THE ELISABETH SEVERANCE PRENTISS BEREAVEMENT CENTER is a community-based grief support program that provides services to anyone who has experienced a loss due to death. Services include counseling for children, adolescents and adults, education and support groups and crisis response, as well as children's camps, adult retreats, family nights and holiday programs. The bereavement center also offers community education, responds when there has been a death that impacts a community, and assists those who provide support to the bereaved (health care professionals, employers, school personnel, funeral home staff and emergency/safety forces) through education, training, consultation and resources. Special initiatives address grief in the workplace and school interventions. For more information, call (216) 486-6838.

    THE HOSPICE INSTITUTE, established in 1997, provides education about hospice and palliative care to healthcare professionals and students. The Institute collaborates with universities to incorporate research and end-of-life topics into curricula. Education is offered through workshops and conferences, which cover informative subject matters about end-of-life care, such as pain and symptom control, the grieving process, ethical/legal matters and more. The Institute provides CEUs for nurses, social workers and counselors, and CMEs for physicians. For more information, call (216) 383-3751.

    Headquarters 17876 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44110

    Information (216) 383-2222 Referral (216) 383-3700 Fax (216) 383-3750