DENVER, CO May 5th, 2021 Bloom Healthcare, a Colorado-based primary care practice, has been recognized as a 2021 Top Workplace by The Denver Post, which is the second year in a row for Bloom Healthcare. The company was one of a select few healthcare organizations. Bloom is an employee-owned organization that has prided itself on putting its team members first since it was founded nearly twenty years ago. Bloom continually invests in its culture; this commitment is best demonstrated by its employee total wellness program: Bloom Flourish Thrive, which has the goal of helping employees bloom professionally, flourish personally, and thrive in their community.
Employee engagement and empowerment are at the core of Bloom’s philosophy. As a mission-driven, healthcare provider for Colorado’s most vulnerable seniors, Bloom’s leadership ideology is anchored in the belief that by supporting its team, they, in turn, can extend exemplary care to patients and the community. Even as COVID-19 has introduced new and unprecedented challenges to organizations of all kinds, Bloom has prioritized the health and wellbeing of its team. Bloom’s culture panel has led the charge, organizing community PPE deliveries to its partners, virtual happy hours, daily uplifting calls to action, impromptu yoga sessions, and quarantine playlists, all in the spirit of bringing people together as we’re forced to work apart.
“We are honored and inspired to be recognized as a Top Workplace in Colorado,” said Dr. Thomas Lally, Founder of Bloom Healthcare. “It is no secret how passionate each and every one of us is about caring for our seniors. We believe that by empowering our employees to define and deliver on our organization’s mission and culture, we’re able to provide the best care to the patients we treat.”
About Bloom Healthcare: Bloom Healthcare has had the honor of delivering home based, physician led primary care to complex patients for close to 20 years across the entire Front Range. Bloom employs nearly 40 physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants; these providers are complemented by a team of nurses and medical assistants that help coordinate care to Colorado’s elderly population. Blooms mission is simple: to empower our patients, their loved ones, and our community by bringing individualized, compassionate care home.