Our pledge to social responsibility

At Omnicell, we are accountable not only to our customers and shareholders, but also to the global community we are all a part of. As a company and as employees, in small ways and large, we look beyond ourselves and seek to make a difference for others. Below are just a few of the ways we have contributed to the world at large through volunteerism and philanthropy.

Compassion where it’s needed most

Mercy Ships is a global charity organization that delivers free healthcare via its hospital ship to some of the poorest people in the world. Many of the procedures performed by their volunteer clinicians are not only lifesaving, but truly life-changing.

Omnicell proudly supports this incredible organization through the donation of medication dispensing equipment and funds to support their effort to improve healthcare for everyone.

Passionate, action-oriented employees

Our employees are known for their passion, energy, and initiative—and they frequently put these qualities to work in service of others.

Our Omnicell Cares program helps promote charitable causes employees are involved in, including ones that directly affect a fellow employee who has been stricken with an illness or other hardship. We’re proud of our employees’ efforts, which include raising money for prominent charities such as Habitat for Humanity, participating in walk-a-thons for healthcare related causes, and helping with collection drives for families in need.

Family SureMed Walk

Responding to the Forces of Nature

In the wake of natural disasters, Omnicell has mobilized to provide needed assistance. Following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in Texas and Florida (2017), Omnicell committed financial resources to aid our employees, customers, and communities affected by these catastrophes. Omnicell also allowed employees to take paid time off to volunteer in the affected areas.

After an EF5-rated tornado devastated the town of Joplin, Missouri several years ago, Omnicell came to the aid of St. John’s Medical Center, which suffered major damage. Our priorities were focused on enabling St. John’s to support patient care in the aftermath of this horrific tragedy. Among other assistance, Omnicell donated several automated dispensing cabinets for the tent facility set up near the evacuated hospital.

Responsible supply chain sourcing

Omnicell is committed to complying with the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act regarding the use of so-called ”conflict minerals” such as tin, tantalum, Tungsten, and gold in the solutions we build. We’re committed to taking reasonable measures to source conflict-free minerals, and encourage our suppliers and partners to do the same.

We follow the 5-step process recommended by the internationally recognized OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas: