Have you logged into Facebook today? If so, you’ve likely seen at least a few new ice bucket challenge videos in your news feed. And it’s not slowing down! In fact, the Geonetric client advisor team was recently nominated — and accepted — the challenge. It’s simple. Pay a $100 donation toward ALS research to stay dry, or donate $10 and dump a bucket of ice water over your head. Then, nominate your friends to do it.
Here’s what we learn from this viral campaign, which has raised over $88 million in a matter of weeks:
Locations, services and physicians, oh my! Crozer-Keystone Health System’s Brinton Lake is a comprehensive outpatient complex in Glen Mills, PA.
Since the Brinton Lake complex offers an extensive number of services at various locations, Crozer-Keystone was concerned about usability and making sure site visitors could find the providers, services, and location information they needed.
At Geonetric, we’re all about cross-functional teams. We organize ourselves in groups of people with various expertise and we all work toward a common goal.
This year’s Geonetric Games was no different. Teams were formed and a heated competition ensued. Teams took the events as seriously as we take our commitment to doing great client work! This year’s favorite events included office chair relays, javelin (a.k.a. pool noodle) toss, and a water balloon toss (er… fight). As I whizzed past CEO Eric Engelmann in an office chair I thought, “How awesome is Geonetric?”
If you want to participate in next year’s Geonetric Games, check out our current job openings and join the fun! Bring on next year!
Last weekend, ten members of the Geonetric team got down and dirty by participating in the first annual Squaw Creek Army Challenge. If you know Geonetric, you know how we always like to push the limits – and this was no exception. The Army Challenge was a three (but it felt like ten!) mile obstacle course that tested our endurance and strength – complete with hauling sandbags, a swim through ice water, and plenty of crawling through mud. We definitely take our company wellness initiatives seriously here at Geonetric! Developers, project managers, contract writers, and CEOs alike were pushed to the max.
Fifteen years as the number one respiratory hospital in the nation? No pressure there!
With credentials like this, National Jewish Health knows a growing number of healthcare professionals turn to them for advice and information. It was essential National Jewish Health made it as easy as possible for this audience to find information and complete tasks. That’s why they turned to Geonetric to develop a much-needed microsite dedicated to professionals that backed up their reputation as being the best.
We were excited to help National Jewish Health streamline the design of the For Professionals microsite, as well as organize the content to make sure these healthcare professionals found the information they needed quickly. When you’re number one, why not take the opportunity to show off? The new site is more focused on the tasks and information used by the professional audiences, making it easy to refer a patient, order a test, or learn more about their research.
Work smart, live smart…that’s how we roll here at Geonetric. This year, we have a company-wide focus on wellness aimed at keeping us healthy and happy so we can continue producing great work each day. Our year-long wellness plan includes events focused on fitness, food and fun. This month, we kick boxed our way to healthier living and had a competitive 300 calorie cook-off.
Several of our employees are diehards at Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping – including our CEO Eric. Heck, a bunch of us have even become trainers so we’re kind of taking over the whole joint! There’s been a lot of curiosity about the program – especially after so many Geonetric employees lost weight and got in the best shape of their lives.
So, Farrell’s agreed to give Geonetric employees a private session, educating us on nutrition, kickboxing and resistance bands training. No one wanted to miss a chance to see Eric doing pushups and punching the bag! I mean, how often do you get to see your CEO take a beating? Picture this: “Drop and give me ten Mr. President!” But more importantly, everyone learned a lot about the program and how being healthy doesn’t have to be “extreme,” despite the program’s name!