Premise Health Grows Commitment to Military Service Members

esgr-5At Premise Health, we are proud of our ongoing commitment to hiring military veterans as well National Guardsmen and Reserve. On December 1, we joined the ranks of thousands of other United States employers who have made the pledge to serve as advocates for those who are serving on a reserve basis.

Members of our executive team signed the Statement of Support Pledge with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a program of the Department of Defense that was established over 40 years ago to promote cooperation and understanding between reserve component service members and their civilian employers.

In formalizing our continued support, Premise Health’s Chief Executive Officer, Stu Clark, spoke of the many advantages of hiring military veterans, including National Guard and Reserve service members, and has pledged to continue to seek these qualified individuals for future hirings.

Those in attendance at the signing from Premise Health included Stu Clark, Chief Executive Officer; Trent Riley, Chief Operating Officer and former Army Medic; Liz Reimer, Chief Human Resources Officer; Eddie Moncayo, Vice President of Talent Acquisition; and Ray Maslak, Manager of Clinical Applications and former Navy Hospital Corpsman.

Those in attendance at the signing from ESGR were Carl E. Lambert, Chief Warrant Officer 4, US Army Reserve (Retired) and Tennessee State Chair for the ESGR; Staff Sergeant Tim Bates; Tennessee National Guard, Sergeant Krista Best, Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs; and Merletta Lambert, ESGR Volunteer.