Children’s Hospital of San Antonio expands pediatric network in North-Central San Antonio

CHRISTUSHealthSystemThe Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is expanding its Pediatric Network in North-Central San Antonio, providing more access to care for children and families with the opening of its new pediatric clinic at Alon Town Centre. 

“The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio has recruited world-class pediatricians with longstanding involvement in the community whose number one goal is to provide the best in pediatric health care,” said Elias J. Neujahr, President of the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.  “Our pediatricians are the foundation of our children’s health from birth.  With their expertise, we are able to create an integrated health care system that puts our children first.”

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio first announced the creation of the Physician Group in May of this year with Tejas Pediatrics, Children First Pediatrics, Northwest Pediatrics, and Dr. Sky Izaddoost leading the charge to develop the network.

“Growing up in San Antonio, I’ve watched our city expand and develop.  As our city grew, so did the need for healthcare, especially for our children,” said Dr. Izaddoost.  “By aligning with the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, I strive to be part of a network of physicians putting our children first. I am honored and grateful to provide world class, seamless care in our community.  This is an exciting opportunity to improve the health and well-being of our most precious, our children.”

Dr. Izaddoost and Dr. Subhashini Valavalkar will be anchoring a new location at Alon Town Centre.

“The health care landscape is changing – especially pediatric medicine in San Antonio,” said Dr. Subhashini Valavalkar.  “I am very happy to actively participate in this medical evolution in San Antonio and South Texas. I believe our new primary care team, in partnership with physicians at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, Baylor College of Medicine, and the private community, is a positive move towards continuing the advancement of providing quality care to all children in San Antonio.”

“The model we have created implements an integrated medical record system, accessible by all physicians in the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio network,” said Elias J. Neujahr, President of Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.  “That network enables pediatricians and pediatric specialists caring for a child to communicate, with real-time updates on the child’s health.  This new location ensures we can continue to provide the best possible medical care for our patients and their families.”

The new Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Physician Group at Alon Town Centre is located at 11503 NW Military Highway, Suite 113, San Antonio, TX 78231 and is scheduled to open November 24, 2014.  The clinic’s hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  New and existing patients are invited to call 210.705.5151 to make an appointment.

Security Service FCU named San Antonio’s Healthiest Employer

Security Services Federal Credit UnionSecurity Service Federal Credit Union (SSFCU) has been named the healthiest employer in San Antonio by the San Antonio Business Journal. The credit union topped the list for large employers in the annual survey that showcases those employers who proactively shape the health and wellness of their employees.

This year’s awards event took place at the Historic Pearl Development in downtown San Antonio and included a one-mile fitness walk and a health fair.

SABJ Healthiest 2014Back Row: SSFCU Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer John Worthington; SSFCU Employee Wellbeing Advisor Karyn Draeger; SSFCU Senior Vice President of Performance & Planning Tom Martin; SSFCU Assistant Vice President of Human Resources Gerry Smith; and SSFCU Benefits and Compensation Manager Amanda Kassler Front Row: SSFCU Vice President of Consumer Lending Michelle Scott; SSFCU Benefits Specialist Flori Espinosa; SSFCU Assistant Vice President of Benefits & Compensation Anne Hoeffner

“We believe when employees feel their workplace has a strong culture of health, they are happier, less stressed and more likely to improve their well-being,” says Jim Laffoon president and chief executive officer of SSFCU. “That benefits them, their families, the workplace and our members.”

Conceived and promoted by Laffoon to help employees and their families achieve a good life-work balance and strong financial footing, the credit union earlier this year rolled out its Total Wellbeing program to its more than 1,700 employees. It offers employees and their families an individualized comprehensive life balance program at no cost that takes into account their physical, emotional and financial health.  Benefits include tools, resources and rewards to help them achieve their physical goals; reduced rates and fees on select financial products; confidential advising for help navigating personal challenges; concierge services and legal and financial help.

In cities where SSFCU branches are located, employees are encouraged to participate in local community events, like the Blacklight Run in San Antonio, Dragon Boat Races in Denver and Iron Will Games in Salt Lake City. “We pay for our employees to participate in these events, many of which are fundraisers for nonprofits…it’s a win-win all the way around,” adds Laffoon.

The credit union also received accolades for it’s wellness program in Denver, coming in second place in the 2014 Metro Denver Healthiest Employers category for small companies. It is the third year the credit union has made the top five.

About Security Service Federal Credit Union
Security Service Federal Credit Union offers competitive, affordable financial products and services designed to meet the needs of its members. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Security Service is an industry-leading financial institution with $8 billion in assets and 70 locations in Texas, Colorado and Utah. The credit union is among the top 10 credit unions in the nation. Security Service strives to be America’s best credit union and provides the true benefits of credit union membership with financial services of the highest quality and value. Learn more at <> or call 1-800-52-SSFCU.


Get sweaty! Gold’s Gym Summer SweatFest continues

180x150-GoldsGymGold’s Gym continues their summer SweatFest even as temperatures rise. Come meet fellow San Antonians at this summer’s hottest, FREE workout series! Like your favorite Gold’s Gym on Facebook to hear the latest #SWEATFEST scoop. Workouts take place every Saturday from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Remaining locations are below.

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Security Service Federal Credit Union recognized for worksite wellness efforts in Texas and Utah

Security Services Federal Credit UnionThe San Antonio Business Group on Health (SABGH), in collaboration with the Mayor’s Fitness Council, recognized Security Service Federal Credit Union (SSFCU) with a Silver Award in the 2014 Healthy Workplace Recognition Program. It is the fifth year the credit union has been recognized in the category for workplaces with more than 200 employees.

In addition, the credit union was recognized by the Utah Council for Worksite Health Promotion (UCWHP) with a Platinum 2014 Healthy Worksite Award. This award is the state’s premiere award honoring outstanding achievements of businesses and organizations that have employee health promotions and wellness programs. The Utah award was based on corporate activities and outcomes for employee programs focused on the general worksite, environment, nutrition, physical activity, safety and prevention.

SSFCUHealthyWorkplaceShown in the photo (from left):  Dr. Peter Wald, SABGH Chairman; Amanda Kassler, Compensation & Benefits Manager, SSFCU; Anne Hoeffner, AVP, Compensation & Benefits, SSFCU; Mayor Julian Castro; and Jeff Skelton, San Antonio Mayor’s Fitness Council Vice Chairman.

The credit union is well known for its sponsorship of community fitness events where employees and their families have the opportunity to participate in activities promoting physical fitness. Beyond fitness, SSFCU supports health and wellness in a very holistic way, promoting health education, physical activity, nutrition, smoking & tobacco cessation, financial fitness and more.

At the San Antonio awards ceremony, SSFCU compensation and benefits manager Amanda Kassler served as keynote speaker, presenting the credit union’s wellness initiative and best practices for the nearly 50 companies present.

“Since we started our wellness program six years ago, we’ve seen huge results,” said Anne Hoeffner, SPHR, SSFCU assistant vice president of compensation and benefits. “While we’ve received many industry awards, we’re particularly proud of the results…millions of steps taken…thousands of hours of exercise logged…thousands of pounds of weight lost. Our employees are taking up healthy habits and getting rid of the bad ones. We’re really making a difference,” she added.

About Security Service Federal Credit Union
Security Service Federal Credit Union offers competitive, affordable financial products and services designed to meet the needs of its members. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Security Service is an industry-leading financial institution with $7.9 billion in assets and 70 locations in Texas, Colorado and Utah. The credit union is among the top 10 credit unions in the nation. Security Service strives to be America’s best credit union and provides the true benefits of credit union membership with financial services of the highest quality and value. Learn more at or call 1-800-52-SSFCU.


PS&Co. recognized again as one of the 2014 Healthiest Workplaces

Padgett Stratemann & Co.PS&Co Healthy WorkplaceFor the second year in a row, PS&Co. was awarded gold-level recognition as one of San Antonio’s Healthiest Workplaces by the San Antonio Business Group on Health (“SABGH”) and the Mayor’s Fitness Council.  Employers were recognized for their work to improve team members’ health through worksite wellness programs and initiatives. To meet any of the three award levels (bronze, silver, or gold), the firm had to provide examples of a company culture encouraging and rewarding wellness programs, including health promotion and education, as well as offering opportunities for physical activities.

The Healthy Workplace Recognition Program was launched as a pilot project in July 2010, and has been growing since. In its first year, 10 applicants participated, 38 in the second, and showing an upward trend with 46 submissions for 2014.

All chosen nominees received formal recognition at the SABGH Quarterly Forum and 2014 Healthy Workplace Recognition Program (“HWRP”) Awards Reception held May 19,2014 at the Municipal Plaza Building, City Council Chambers.

PS&Co. is proud to have been given this distinction again, as it is a direct reflection of the efforts of all team members to meet and exceed, the firm’s challenge of being a healthy workplace.

Wellness@Broadway Bank wins Gold two years in a row

Broadway Bank logoBroadway Bank achieved gold-level recognition through the City of San Antonio Healthy Workplace Recognition Program 2014 awarded by the San Antonio Business Group on Health and the Mayor’s Fitness Council. The Broadway Bank Wellness Advisory Council members will be among other representatives in the city recognized on May 19. Wellness@Broadway, the bank’s signature program aimed at engaging employees and challenging them to eat right and stay fit has gleaned results. In 2013, participants collectively lost 407 pounds and walked more than 277,090,361 steps in monthly challenges to average of 6,000 to 10,000 steps a day.

cookingThe Wellness Advisory Council at Broadway Bank is planning to implement more initiatives directly targeted at creating a healthier workplace and workforce. Carlos Torres, executive vice president and human resources director, is excited about the recognition.

“It is an honor to be recognized by the Mayor’s Fitness Council for our wellness program, especially since employee wellness is a top priority at Broadway Bank,” said Torres.

“With this recognition, we are reenergized to continue making improvements and offering new initiatives which keep our employees engaged and enthusiastic about pursuing a healthy lifestyle,” added Torres.

DSCN4055The walking and weight loss challenges are among several initiatives that have become popular ways of promoting fitness at Broadway Bank. Some of the other successful programs include a financial wellness program, a yearly bank 5K walk for employees and their families, Diabetes@Work Program, a healthy rodeo breakfast, a wellness room and healthy cooking demonstrations.

The Wellness@Broadway Bank initiative also gained the bank recognition as a local Fit-Friendly Company from the American Heart Association in 2013 and accolades from several other organizations. Along with the goal of a healthier Broadway Bank, employees also branch out in the community supporting causes that inspire exercise, fitness and good health like Siclovia, the city-wide bike event, San Antonio Sports Foundation Corporate Cup, the Tour de Cure for the American Diabetes Association and Walk MS to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research. Broadway Bank also routinely hosts health screenings at the Cheever Administration Building conference center.

About Broadway Bank
Headquartered in San Antonio, Broadway Bank was founded in 1941. It has evolved from a small neighborhood bank into one of the largest independently owned banks in Texas. Today, Broadway Bank continues to function as a family-owned and operated financial institution. Broadway Bank offers a full-range of sophisticated financial services, including personal banking, private banking, military banking, business banking and wealth management. With more than $2.9 billion in total assets, the highly rated Bank operates 38 locations in San Antonio, Austin and the surrounding areas. Visit the Broadway Bank website at for more information.

Fit Family Challenge gets families moving together this summer

SASFExhibiting a commitment to promote San Antonio as a healthy and active community, Councilman Rey Saldaña joined San Antonio Sports officials to kick off the 2014 Fit Family Challenge, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, at City Hall on Tuesday, May 13.

Organized by San Antonio Sports, the fifth annual Fit Family Challenge anticipates registration of a record number of San Antonio families to participate in fitness activities between May and August.

A grant from the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation supports the free family fitness program aimed at motivating families to break away from a sedentary lifestyle, get out of the house and come together for fun, fitness-focused events.

“Programs like the San Antonio Sports Fit Family Challenge are helping families get healthy together,” said Councilman Rey Saldaña.  “It’s free.  It’s fun.   And it’s accessible to everyone.”

fitfamilychallengeThe San Antonio Sports Fit Family Challenge, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, is comprised of four three-week sessions that run from May 17-August 9. It promotes a healthy lifestyle by encouraging people to make small changes, such as integrating a walk into everyday routines and choosing fruit over candy for snacks. There are 101 free events located throughout the city that include organized walks, 5K run/walks, Zumba and fitness classes for children.  There is something for every fitness level.

Participants are asked to 1) exercise as a family, at least 60 minutes a day, 5 days a week, 2) make healthy food choices and 3) keep a fitness journal through a tracking log or online tracking at   If they attend at least three weekly events during any of the four sessions, they are eligible for a prize drawing of $1000 at that session’s big event.

The program is open to all families in Bexar County. However, it focuses its message in the ten zip codes in San Antonio that have the highest rates of diabetes and obesity. Within those zip codes are seven school districts that include: San Antonio Independent School District, South

San Antonio ISD, Edgewood ISD, Harlandale ISD, Southside ISD, Northside ISD and Southwest ISD.  In an effort to eliminate barriers to participation, the weekly events take place at schools in the target neighborhoods.

Parents are the key to having children adopt a healthy lifestyle says Russ Bookbinder, President and CEO of the nonprofit San Antonio Sports. “Our vision at San Antonio Sports is to have healthy kids.  When the whole family is involved, kids learn that taking care of their bodies is important. Through modeling to their children, parents have the power to influence behaviors that will reduce risks associated with diabetes, cancer, obesity, and a lifetime of low self-esteem.”

Mark Canales started his journey to health two years ago at the Fit Family Challenge D4 Heroes 5K.  Over the course of 13 months, he lost over 100 pounds, his fitness levels improved and energy levels soared.  He has kept the weight off and will be bringing 15 family and friends to his third D4 Heroes 5K.  “I remember my struggles, being uncomfortable in my own body.  Now I look forward to working out.  Diet, not dieting, is huge too.  My message to everyone is whatever you do, just start.  Change is gradual but it can happen and you’ll feel better.”

More than 1,000 people registered to run the D4 Heroes 5K – a free, chipped and timed race offered through the Fit Family Challenge on Saturday, May 17.  The remaining sessions’ big events are:

  • June 7 (with District 6)
  • June 28 (with District 8)
  • July 19 (District 3)
  • August 9.

Weekly schedule (May 19-Aug. 8):

Every Tuesday:
Linton Elementary (NISD) 6 p.m.
Dwight Middle School (SSAISD) 5:30 p.m.

Every Wednesday:
Emma Frey (EISD) 5 p.m.
Rayburn Elementary (HISD) 5 p.m.
Whittier Middle School (SAISD) 5:30 p.m.
Univision 41 Únase al Reto (Woodlawn Lake Park) 6 p.m.

Every Thursday:
9th Grade Academy (SISD) 5:30 p.m.
SW High School – 9th grade campus (SWISD) 5:30 p.m.

About Fit Family Challenge
Fit Family Challenge, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, is a 12-week summer program motivating San Antonio families to learn about and increase physical activity and healthy nutrition.  Fit Family Challenge is a program conducted by San Antonio Sports, with funding from the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation and participation from sponsors, area school districts and volunteers.

Sam’s Club opens two clubs on same day in San Antonio

Sams ClubSam’s Club will open its two newest club locations in San Antonio at 2530 Marshall Road and 3239 Goliad Road following 8 a.m. Grand Opening ceremonies at each location Thursday, Feb. 27, adding jobs and a quality shopping experience to the region. The membership warehouse club will give residents and small business owners the opportunity to access incredible savings on quality products, including products made in Texas.

The new Sam’s Club locations will be the sixth and seventh in San Antonio, having served San Antonio since first opening at 3150 SW Military Drive in 1985. Thursday will be the first time Sam’s Club has opened two new warehouse clubs in the same city on the same day.

Grand Opening ceremony features local officials, special events
Local dignitaries will speak at Thursday’s Grand Opening ceremony at the Marshall Road club. Additionally, members of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce will be participating in a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Goliad Road club. Students from Highland High School will present the colors and provide a drum line while the Lighthouse for the Blind Choir will sing the national anthem. The Highland High School Dance Team will also attend Thursday’s event.

Sam’s Club will showcase a variety of special events inside the clubs during the Grand Opening celebrations. At the new Marshall Road Sam’s Club, San Antonio legend George “Iceman” Gervin will meet members. Zilks, an Austin-based all natural food company, as well as San Antonio Packing Company will be on site with a variety of tasty treats. The Goliad Road Sam’s Club will host Bulletproof Energy Drinks and EcoVet Furniture, handmade furniture by America’s Heroes. Actor Jonathan Joss will also be available to meet and speak with members.

Local favorites NFL player Charles Haley and NBA player Robert Horry will provide special appearances at both club locations to celebrate the Grand Opening. In addition, immunizations will be offered Opening Day and free health screenings will also be given to assess cholesterol, blood pressure, vision, hearing and a variety of other wellness areas.

Quality products help small businesses and busy families
Sam’s Club is bringing a unique, shopper-friendly experience to San Antonio. Busy families can rely on fresh produce, quality meats and home meal solutions, while office supplies, vending machine snacks and paper goods prepare small business members for success. Additional benefits for small business owners include early shopping hours, personal shopping through Click ‘n’ Pull, truck-load savings, and access to quality items most often used by foodservice businesses, restaurant owners and caterers.

Each measuring approximately 136,000 square feet, the clubs will feature a variety of amenities, including a fresh bakery, a tire and battery center, a café and a fuel station.

A number of health and wellness services are also available. The Sam’s Club Pharmacy, open to both members and the public, features many $4 and $10 generic prescriptions, as well as savings on branded prescriptions. The Optical Center offers $40 off each additional pair of regularly priced prescription eyeglasses with the purchase of a complete pair of eyeglasses at regular price. Lastly, at the Hearing Aid Center, Sam’s Club offers premium technology in hearing aids and personal listening devices with free hearing tests and services administered by a licensed hearing aid fitter and dispenser.

New clubs brings 350 new jobs to community, local giving
To staff the new San Antonio Sam’s Club locations, Sam’s Club has hired 350 new associates. Sam’s Club currently employs more than 11,000 people in Texas, including more than 1,000 in San Antonio.

“I began my career with Sam’s Club as a part time cashier 25 years ago and I feel blessed to have been given the opportunity to work in numerous roles,” said Eloisa Herrera, club manager of the Goliad Road Sam’s Club. “It brings me joy to grow our Sam’s Club family.”

Sam’s Club also has a commitment to give back to the communities it serves. Several local non-profit organizations will benefit from special grants from Sam’s Club Giving as part of the Grand Opening celebration, including Lighthouse for the Blind, Highland Park Elementary, San Antonio Junior Achievement and Brooks Academy.

Sam’s Club will also present a $50,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program to the San Antonio Food Bank in celebration of the Grand Openings.

“The support we receive will help us to collect and distribute food to 58,000 people each week throughout 16 counties here in Southwest Texas,” said Eric Cooper, President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank. “As the need has grown through the years, we have been able to gain more donations through our retail route program with all grocery retailers. Walmart and Sam’s Clubs are a big part of that.”

Membership Information
Whether buying for a household or a business, a Sam’s Club membership offers exclusive savings on merchandise and outstanding member benefits. With access to Cash Rewards, additional Instant Savings and early shopping hours, Sam’s Plus memberships offer even more with premium service options. See the club for details. Sam’s Savings and Sam’s Business memberships are $45 annually, and Sam’s Plus memberships are $100. Special savings for college students and military families are also available. For more information, visit

About Sam’s Club
Sam’s Club®, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT), is the nation’s eighth largest retailer and a leading membership warehouse club offering superior products and services in more than 630 clubs across the U.S., as well as in Brazil, China and Mexico. To learn more about Savings Made Simple®, visit the Sam’s Club Newsroom, shop at, and interact with Sam’s Club on Twitter and Facebook.

2014 Stop Diabetes @ Work Wellness Symposium

stop_diabetes_at_work_logoResearchers estimate that 75% of all healthcare costs directly stem from preventable chronic health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, obesity and hypertension.

The American Diabetes Association is here to help! Join us on Thursday, February 20, from 7:30 – 10:30 a.m. for the 2014 Stop Diabetes @ Work Wellness Symposium and learn how to utilize free community resources to make your workplace healthier.

At the Stop Diabetes @ Work Symposium, you will learn from community experts about how diabetes is impacting San Antonio businesses. We will have everything your Human Resource and/or Wellness Manager needs to help change the statistics for your employees and implement a culture of health and wellness – for FREE!

The American Diabetes Association

2014 Stop Diabetes @ Work Wellness Symposium

Thursday, February 20th, 7:30 – 10:30am

Broadway Bank – Charles Cheever Administration Building
(1177 N. E. Loop 410, San Antonio, Texas 78209)

Free! (Healthy continental breakfast included)

Register today – email Lisa Gibson at or call (210) 829-1765 ext. 6124
Seating is limited!

More than 1 in 7 San Antonio residents have been diagnosed with diabetes, which is drastically higher than the U.S. national average of 9%. Total nationwide annual cost of diagnosed diabetes in 2012 was $245 billion. The American Diabetes Association estimates that $1 in $5 health care dollars is spent caring for someone with diagnosed diabetes.

There is a critical need to focus on diabetes in the workplace as the diabetes epidemic continues to grow. For companies large and small, a key to controlling spiraling health costs is to help employees prevent and manage diabetes. Strategies for preventing and controlling diabetes can also reduce the risk for heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Research has shown that lifestyle modifications can reverse this trend and improve blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels. Lifestyle changes also can lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, certain types of cancer, and sleep apnea.

Worksite wellness programs that encourage, educate and mo­tivate employees to make lifestyle modifications are cost-effective and can lead to greater productivity. For example, employees with diabetes who improve their glucose control have significantly higher productivity and lower absenteeism. Health plan expenses are 26% lower for employees whose diabetes is in good control than for those employees whose diabetes is in poor control.

For that reason, the American Diabetes Associa­tion offers Stop Diabetes @ Work (SD@W), an evidence-based program that, in cooperation with employers, addresses diabetes awareness, detec­tion, prevention, and successful management. This program can be used as a stand-alone healthy worksite initiative or it can be used in conjunction with a larger worksite wellness program.

The diabetes epidemic continues to grow and your current and future employees are being affected at an alarming rate. The connection between work environments, em­ployee health, and employee productivity is clear. Prevention makes good business sense. Investing in awareness, behavior change, and environmental support can lead to short-term and long-term improvements in employee health and productivity. The American Diabetes Association’s Stop Diabetes @ Work resources can help.

For more information about Stop Diabetes @ Work or the 2014 Stop Diabetes @ Work Wellness Symposium, contact David Whitt at or (210) 829-1765 ext. 6127.

PS&Co. receives Mayor’s Fitness Council’s Healthiest Workplace Award

Padgett Stratemann & Co.The San Antonio Business Group on Health (SABGH) and the Mayor’s Fitness Council have recognized Padgett Stratemann & Co., L.L.P. (PS&Co.) as one of the healthiest workplaces in San Antonio! PS&Co. was awarded a gold-level recognition in the small worksite category. This program was created to recognize local employers for their worksite wellness efforts. Bronze, silver, and gold level awards were given based on the company’s wellness program in five areas: culture, health promotion and education, physical activity, nutrition, smoking and tobacco use, and health benefits and value-based benefit design.

healthy places to work poster

Award Recipients received recognition by the Office of Mayor Julian Castro and The Mayor’s Fitness Council, a certificate of award, and recognition at a reception hosted by Mayor Castro.

The SABGH is a membership-based organization of local employers and providers of worksite wellness programs and services. The SABGH aims to improve the health of the San Antonio workforce by providing the business community with opportunities to network, discuss best practices, promote worksite wellness initiatives, and recognize local employers for their efforts to improve health and wellness.

Congratulations to all the 2013 honorees:

Gold-Level Recognition

  • Baptist Health System
  • Broadway Bank
  • CP&Y
  • Dr. Rogers Weight Loss Centers
  • esd & associates
  • Harlandale Independent School District
  • Healthways, Inc.
  • Methodist Healthcare
  • Mid-Coast Electric Supply Company
  • North East Independent School District
  • Northside Independent School District
  • Padgett, Stratemann & Company, L.L.P.
  • RVK Architects, Inc.
  • San Antonio Food Bank
  • San Antonio Sports
  • Time Warner Cable Media San Antonio
  • United Health Care
  • USAA

Silver-Level Recognition

  • Argo Group
  • Bexar County
  • City of San Antonio
  • CPS Energy
  • Harland Clarke Holdings
  • HEB
  • Lancer Corporation
  • Our Lady of the Lake University
  • San Antonio College
  • San Antonio Water System
  • Security Service Federal Credit Union
  • Tesoro Corporation
  • The University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Valero Energy Corporation
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • YMCA of Greater San Antonio
  • University Health System
  • University of the Incarnate Word

Bronze-Level Recognition

  • Palo Alto College
  • South Texas Blood & Tissue Center