About Maxim Health Systems
Maxim Health Systems, LLC (MHS) operates as a division of Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. (Maxim). We have historically provided an array of onsite health and wellness services for a variety of clients across the country, including large corporations, retail chains, and pharmacies. In 2016, Maxim conducted more than 13,500 wellness clinics with over 630,000 participants and more than 16,000 flu clinics with nearly 1,000,000 participants. Our organization has the ability to leverage the resources of more than 250 Maxim offices across the country. In total, Maxim employs 62,000 healthcare providers, including more than 40,000 nurses, who are able to provide onsite healthcare services to meet client needs. Our unique and proprietary recruitment methodology allows us to staff our clinics with highly trained personnel that fit the culture of the company in an expeditious fashion.
Maxim has widespread, national geographic coverage with over 250 local offices serving all 50 states. Maxim utilizes our national presence and various operational companies as leverage which enable us to seamlessly source candidates and provide onsite solutions to locations relevant to our client’s needs. Maxim can now offer services internationally as well.
Maxim is focused on remaining compliant and delivering service that will represent the company well for employee satisfaction. Maxim is constantly striving to improve the service we deliver and plan on making major advancements in the near future. Maxim also maintains the largest footprint for local support with unmatched flexibility. The account management and support, set forth by the company culture, will provide top notch customer service and response time. Staff used by Maxim are screened and hired as W-2 employees in order mitigate any need for outsourcing for clients wellness events.
We offer real-time reporting and aggregate reporting following the completion of wellness programs. Leveraging tablet technologies built in 2012, Maxim can offer the best-in-class onsite solution for participant experience and data integration. We keep current with the changing landscape of wellness needs of our clients, and are focused on a solution oriented approach for our clients by creating more ways to be flexible and scalable for their needs and to improve the quality of life for their employees.
Maxim Health Systems Offerings
- PLATFORMS & HUBS
- Wellness Companies
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness
- On Demand Fitness Programs
- Corporate Fitness Center Management
- Corporate Fitness Programs
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Coaches
- Onsite Health Coaching
- Weight Management Programs
- Off Site Lab Testing Programs
- Biometric Screening
- Home Screening Kits
- Venipuncture Biometric Screening
- Finger Stick Blood Test
- Corporate Immunization Companies
Maxim Health Systems Reviews
Maxim Health Systems Materials
Maxim Health Systems – Corporate Flu Services.pdf
2017 Incentive and Activity Tracker Overview.pdf
2017 Incentive and Activity Tracker Case Study.pdf
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