NA 3.6 Denver, Colorado

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military culture

DaVita’s Village Veterans team (current company leaders who are former military veterans) assists in the onboarding process through a mentorship model. New
leadership teammates hired into the Village have the opportunity to reach out to our existing teammates for advice, help and general questions to assist in making
their transition successful.
In addition, since 2005, our Redwoods Scholarship Program has brought seven military veterans to DaVita and has mentored them through various educational
programs, on-site training and career enhancement programs. These veterans were then hired into leadership roles within the Village and have become part of our
operational team.

military spouse recruitment and hiring

DaVita was honored to become one of 15 new employers to join the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), and our Chief People
Officer Laura Mildenberger signed a Statement of Support in Washington, D.C.
In a press interview with The Pentagon Channel after attending the ceremony, Mildenberger said, “Engaging with the Military Spouse Employment Partnership is a
wonderful honor. This serves as an extension of our ongoing commitment to welcoming military veterans and their families into the DaVita Village. Their
understanding and dedication to service excellence continues to be a tremendous asset to our goal of becoming the greatest healthcare community the world has
ever seen.
The highlight video can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omyyvPZqEh8

retention support

We offer a retention support program for all military connected employees regardless of the sub groups people may belong to

orientation training and onboarding

  • New Employee Orientation
  • New Employee Training
  • On-boarding program
  • Mentorship program

Transitioning out of the military and looking for a job? The Military Times Job Board has listings from companies looking to hire vets.