As a company with a long tradition of partnering with patients, customers and communities to manage health care issues, CVS Caremark puts a special focus on community investment. Our purpose of helping people on their path to better health includes helping make life easier for children with disabilities. The company's signature CVS Caremark All Kids Can™ program, developed with input from customers, colleagues and nonprofit organizations, encourages inclusion of children of all abilities.
We’re happy to report that we’ve released our new Corporate Social Responsibility Report
CVS Caremark is one of dozens of companies participating in the latest round of the White House’s Joining Forces initiative, a program aimed at putting more veterans and military spouses to work.
More than three decades after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, CVS Caremark CEO Larry Merlo returned to his hometown to discuss...
In late October, Hurricane Sandy pounded the East Coast with high winds, heavy rains and rough seas, leaving massive destruction in its wake. Many communities - especially in New York and New Jersey - were devastated by the storm, and are still trying to recover.
As a company, CVS Caremark feels at home in Michigan and is proud to be part of the Great Lakes State’s economy. From our distribution center in Novi, to our 245 CVS/pharmacy stores and 10 MinuteClinics, the direct and indirect impact of our operations contributed more than $520 million to the state’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2011.
The publishing of our 5th Corporate Social Responsibility report stems from two of our core values: accountability and integrity. We believe we are equally accountable to all of our stakeholders: our patients, customers, employees, shareholders -- and the communities within which we do business.
Listen to Larry Merlo, President and Chief Executive Officer of CVS Caremark, share his thoughts on the 5th annual CVS Caremark Corporate Social Responsibility Report.
For seven non-profits, a knock on the door was followed by elation and excitement recently as representatives of the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust paid them a surprise visit. The pop-in included the presentation of a check representing much-appreciated grant funding.
When the White House recently asked CVS Caremark to lend a hand in ensuring there would be job opportunities for youth in 2012, the company responded with an enthusiastic affirmative. Making sure young people have a chance at rewarding careers is always a priority for us.