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Community Involvement

Supporting a stronger community

Genesis HealthCare System is dedicated to supporting a strong community. We are committed to helping other local nonprofit community organizations through community participation, volunteerism and financial contributions. Below are some of the ways Genesis and its employees support our community.


 

QCP Corporate Cup

QPC Corporate Cup
QPC Corporate Cup
QPC Corporate Cup
QPC Corporate Cup
QPC Corporate Cup

On May 16, 2024, Quality Care Partners (QCP) held a Corporate Cup event in downtown Zanesville that included 12 mini challenges for teams from different businesses. The purpose was to raise greater awareness of the benefits of healthy living. Genesis had three teams participate in this fun community event.

Bowl for Kids Sake 2024

Genesis staff participated in the annual Bowl for Kids Sake bowling tournament. This event benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters

Bowl For Kids Sake

National Donate Life Month

National Donate Life Month

The Genesis Orthopedic team sported blue and green uniforms to support National Donate Life Month.

United Way of Coshocton County

Genesis is proud to support United Way of Coshocton County. Tisha Babcock, a United Way board member and Genesis Coshocton Medical Center Administrator, accepted the Gold Award at the annual meeting. It is an honor to serve the Coshocton community.

United Way Coshocton 2024

Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce Lunch 2024

Genesis is a proud member of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce. We attended the annual Chamber Week luncheon alongside hundreds of other local business leaders.

Representatives of Neuroscience Services speaks to Zanesville Noon Rotary

Genesis Practice Manager Brittany Garner and Practice Director Kara Hatfield gave a presentation to the Zanesville Noon Rotary about the services offered at the Genesis Back Pain Treatment Center. The presentation also included information about physicians and advanced practice providers in Neurosurgery at Genesis and took questions from the members.

Zanesville Noon Rotary

Genesis & New Lexington Schools Workforce Development

Workforce Development

Genesis HealthCare System and New Lexington Schools Workforce Development are partnering to remove employment barriers. A new agreement between the two entities enables students 16 years and older to receive hands-on training in a clinical setting for in-demand healthcare careers. Opportunities include obtaining a phlebotomy license, a State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) certification or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license before students graduate high school. Previously, students had to be 18 years old before starting clinicals which prevented most high school students from participating in the training and delayed their ability to enter the workforce.  

With a national shortage of healthcare workers, the partnership will decrease the time it takes for high school students to enter the healthcare workforce. 

Compassion Gift Box Program 2023

This program, conducted annually by the Genesis Mission Champions Leadership Team, enables Genesis staff to assist people in need during the holidays. This year our employees donated gifts to help 47 families provide toys for their children. 120 children in total received gifts. 5 families with newborns received essential items. 92 were sponsored by our employees and departments, and 28 received gifts bought with donated funds. Over $5,500 was donated by our physicians, board members, and employees to help the cause. These gifts included much-needed clothing and shoes for school and winter wear for the cold months. Many gifts also supported the future career goals of these children, including interests in veterinary medicine, cosmetology and culinary school.

Compassion Giftbox 2023

Genesis Coshocton Medical Center meets healthcare workers of the future

Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. annual college/career fair

Genesis Coshocton Medical Center (GCMC) participated in the Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. annual College/Career Fair on Oct. 24, 2023, at the Lake Park Pavilion in Coshocton. Representatives from several departments at the GCMC met with Coshocton County high school seniors and juniors at the event and provided information on the types of careers available at Genesis and the benefits of choosing a career in healthcare. Pictured are Tacey Mohler, EMT, and Rebecca Patterson, EMT, representing Genesis Community Ambulance in Coshocton.

Supporting awareness of Family Violence Day

Employees at the Genesis Coshocton Medical Center (GCMC) showed support of the Coshocton Family & Children First organization by wearing purple for Family Violence Awareness Day on Oct. 19, 2023.

Pictured are Taylor Fox and Marissa Hamilton, GCMC Pharmacy.

Family Violence Awareness Day

Genesis nurses network with OU Zanesville students at the nursing career fair

A Day in the Life: Nursing Career Fair

Genesis Healthcare nurses participated in the Ohio University Zanesville "A Day in the Life: Nursing Career Fair" on February 2, 2023, at the Elson Hall Auditorium.

2nd Annual 0.5k For United Way

Genesis HealthCare System was a proud supporter and participant of the 2nd Annual 0.5k For United Way (The race for the rest of us!). The event was held on Saturday, May 14th, 2022 in Coshocton, Ohio.

Representing Genesis were Tisha Babcock (left), Julie Brown (right) and Tiffany Swigert from Coshocton County Port Authority (center).

Festival of Trees fundraiser for Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce

The annual Festival of Trees has become a local tradition. For 2021, our Marketing & PR Department submitted a tree titled, "Joy to the World", on behalf of Genesis HealthCare System. The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber is a non profit organization that promotes economic growth and business development throughout the community.

Celebrate Life - National Cancer Survivors Day Event

Celebrate Life is an annual event to observe National Cancer Survivors Day, held the first Sunday in June.

In 2021, Genesis held a special drive-through Celebrate Life event for cancer survivors on Sunday, June 6. Cancer survivors celebrated and received gifts and cheers from Genesis Cancer Care Center staff. Over 130 vehicles drove through this year’s cruise-in-themed event. Music, clowns and classics cars were also part of the celebration at the hospital campus.

Celebrate Life

Genesis employees and volunteers pose in front of classic cars before guests arrive.

Celebrate Life

Guests lined up to "cruise" through the event.

Celebrate Life

Each guest was greeted and presented gifts by Genesis staff.

Celebrate Life

Volunteers had a great time cheering for our guests.

Carr Center Cake Auction

Genesis is a proud supporter of the annual Carr Center Cake Auction. Genesis Information Technology team member Lori Nichols created our 2021 cake to honor healthcare heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past several years, Genesis Marketing & Public Relations staff participated in taking calls during the live auctions.

Carr Center Cake 2022

Carr Center Cake 2022

Carr Cake Auction

Our cake to honor our healthcare heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic

Carr Cake Auction

Genesis employees taking calls during the live auction

Thank you to everyone who donated to our team during the recent Nurses and Hospital Weeks.

  • All in Fitness by Copper and Co.
  • Center Sanctum
  • Conn's Chips
  • Central Ohio Technical College
  • The Crazy Kitchen Food Truck
  • Genesis Employees’ Credit Union
  • Genesis Food and Nutrition Department
  • Genesis Gift Shop
  • Genesis Mission Department
  • Grand Canyon University
  • Flow Fit Studios
  • Frito Lay
  • Indiana Wesleyan
  • Imlay’s Unforms
  • Kraft Foods
  • Kessler Sign Co.
  • Muskingum University
  • Ohio University Zanesville
  • Ohio University Eastern
  • One Touch Beauty VIP
  • Sodexo
  • Salt & Bronze Beauty - Katie Doss
  • Studio Blu
  • Skye Diesel Innovations
  • Teresa Norris - cake donation
  • Tommie's Food Truck
  • YMCA

Habitat for Humanity

Genesis Marketing & Public Relations staff and the Diabetes Education & Nutrition Services team were proud to be a part of the Habitat for Humanity of Southeast Ohio build by sponsoring and decorating studs that are used to build a new home.

Habitat for Humanity

Genesis Community Relations Consultant Linda Bowers

Habitat for Humanity

Our stud is installed in the new home

Trees