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How Children’s Practices Corporate Social Responsibility

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is not only dedicated to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow, but also committed to delivering care in a socially responsible and ethical manner.

We are more than just a healthcare system. We are at the heart of the Atlanta community—and our commitment to excellence goes far beyond the care we provide within our walls.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is not only dedicated to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow, but also committed to delivering care in a socially responsible and ethical manner.

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About Diversity at Children’s

Diversity at Children’s describes an environment of mutual respect that values and promotes the greatness within every individual and embraces differences for the collective strength of the organization. In our inclusive environment, we appreciate and welcome everyone, regardless of gender or gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, religion, health status or family composition, for a better workforce to serve our diverse patients, families and surrounding communities.

While Children's has always focused on non-discriminatory practices, we know there is more we can do to ensure each employee feels valued and appreciated, and that every employee feels welcomed and has an opportunity to reach their fullest potential. The Children’s Diversity and Inclusion Councils were established in 2020 to advise and partner with leadership to ensure a dedicated, ongoing focus on enhancing and aligning our inclusion efforts with our System’s Mission, Vision and Values. Together, our leadership, physicians and employees work to foster an environment in which everyone feels valued and empowered to succeed, knowing that each individual’s unique perspective makes Children’s better.

Our Statement on Diversity

Children’s welcomes and appreciates everyone, regardless of gender or gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, religion, health status or family composition. Our goal is to be a place where people feel valued for their professional and personal contributions, and to be a model for standing against discrimination, and standing for diversity and inclusion.

We demonstrate our commitment to diversity in our employment policies and practices, training programs, benefits, recruitment and in how we communicate—because we firmly believe everyone deserves the right to be seen, heard and respected in an organization free of discrimination.

We will deliver the same high level of service and respect to each of our patients and their families throughout our communities. We will enhance the lives of the children we serve by ensuring that every child and every family feels welcomed, valued and understood in our trusted and caring environment.