• Community Outreach

Purpose-driven, dedicated to enabling better outcomes

eviCore healthcare is a purpose-driven and giving organization, dedicated to enabling better outcomes. We actively support our employees volunteering for organizations and events that need our assistance. It is our goal to empower the improvement of healthcare—and our communities.


Our Bluffton, SC office partners with the Palmetto Animal League to sponsor a “Pause-4-Paws” event that allows employees to take a break from the workplace and spend time with adoptable animals. This event leads to adoptions, and employees donate pet food, laundry detergent, money, tons of toys, and countless cuddles to support the local non-kill shelter.

Bluffton evi Day

Our annual Bluffton, SC office eviDay is a family-friendly event that allows eviCore employees to enjoy a day of face painting, trivia, pizza, snow cones, bowling, and arcade games. Attendees can tour Bluffton fire trucks courtesy of the Bluffton Fire Department. This year, thanks to the generosity of our employees, we collected 270 back-to-school items for some appreciative eviCore families suffering temporary hardship.

eviCore Customer Service Week

This year eviCore celebrated Customer Service with the theme of building trust. The theme underscored the importance of trust in forming strong, productive, and lasting relationships with clients—and coworkers. The foundation of our focus on trust can be found in the eviCore principles: Empower, Commit, Support, and Connect. Customer Service Week was a week filled with fun events including a food truck, lego building competition, and dress up days.

Nurses’ Week

Nurses’ week is a week of company events, fun, and recognition to honor all eviCore nurses. eviCore’s nursing staff are a group of strong and dedicated individuals. They are truly superheroes. Every day they offer the wisdom and guidance of experienced, caring nurses who are on the front lines of individual patient care. The noble work that they do continues as they seek to ensure the best care for patients, with an eye toward providing comfort and reassurance to their patients and to their clinical and non-clinical “partners” in the physician’s office.


Volunteer Community Service Program

In alignment with eviCore’s mission and values, this program encourages eviCore employees to volunteer for charitable activities within our communities, with the company providing paid time to serve.

Nashville Rescue Mission

eviCore’s Post-Acute Care QA team recently volunteered at the Nashville Rescue Mission, helping serve lunch and donating clothes, coats, and shoes to support the Mission’s annual coat drive. The team was able to meet people from all backgrounds, participate in acts of kindness and compassion, and hear stories of overcoming hardships. According to one volunteer, “The more we learned about the Mission and what they do to help homeless women and children, the more we wanted to get involved.”

United Way Days of Caring 2017

Hundreds of volunteers gathered to work hands-on with a variety of local nonprofits as part of the United Way of Williamson County’s 2017 Days of Caring event. Days of Caring is held each September to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism, increase awareness of local human-service programs, and demonstrate what people working together for the community’s good can accomplish. This year, 16 eviCore employees volunteered at three different locations during the course of 2 days. One eviCore team of four donated a day’s yard work and grounds maintenance at the Center for Living and Learning.

United Way Event – Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary

Several eviCore employees volunteered at a United Way event that took place at the Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary. The sanctuary, a non-profit organization located in northern Williamson County, Tennessee, is dedicated to a mission of environmental education, restoration, and preservation. eviCore volunteers enthusiastically assisted in gardening and cleaning of the facilities.


Community Partnership

eviCore Healthcare gives generously to local charitable and community-improvement causes, both through its employees and as an organization. For example, within the last year, we supported a Hurricane Relief Fund for our own employees affected by Matthew, Harvey and Irma. We also supported the American Heart Association as well as numerous local organizations/schools in our communities.