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180 Medical Named a Best Place to Work in Oklahoma

by kier July 18 2013 11:32
180 Medical was recently honored to be ranked one of the Best Places to Work in Oklahoma by okcBiz magazine.

"Making the Best Places to Work list is such an honor because it’s based on what our employees say about us, not what we say," says Sharon Hodnett, Director of Human Resources at 180 Medical. "Seventy-five percent of the overall score is based on an anonymous employee survey, so coming out of the survey with an employee engagement/satisfaction score that puts us with the best of the best in Oklahoma is something we’re incredibly proud of."

There are a variety of reasons why 180 Medical is considered such a great place to have a career. Our company places an importance on maintaining a work-life balance, and our employees also understand the importance of their job to the lives and health of our customers.

"There are a few things that I think help contribute to the amazing environment that we have at 180. First, what we do on a daily basis truly makes a difference. We can have a direct impact on the quality of life for our customers and the feedback we receive from the patients is that they’ve never worked with a company that offers the level of service and compassion that 180 does," Hodnett says.

"Hearing that on a regular basis, directly from our customers, is incredibly fulfilling; we’re all looking for a way to make a difference and working at 180 gives us that opportunity. Secondly, we offer an environment where we’re allowed and even encouraged to have fun, if we have fun while we’re at work it comes through in the way we talk with our customers and how far we’re willing to go to help them; but it also creates a place where we want to come and be a part of everyday."

About 180 Medical
180 Medical is a nationally accredited provider of sterile use catheters, urologic and disposable medical supplies. They're dedicated to meeting the supply needs of customers with chronic medical diagnoses such as urinary incontinence, spinal cord injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Transverse Myelitis, Spina Bifida, and other urologic conditions that require catheterization. To learn more about job opportunities with 180 Medical, visit: