During our centennial year, we have been filled with gratitude. Gratitude for the timber workers who came together to help each other in sickness and health, gratitude for the city from which we were born—Tacoma, Washington—and gratitude for the communities across the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West that we've had the privilege to serve.
For 100 years, people have been and are at the center of what we do, and building off of our legacy we are committed to creating the seamless health care experiences we have always wanted for ourselves and for our families.
In June, we marked our centennial milestone by partnering with Metro Parks Tacoma to announce the restoration of a 15-ton piece of Tacoma’s history—the last known head saw on the West Coast. Cambia’s community gift will also include the expansion of Dickman Mill Park to update the park and make room for the display.
As we reflected on our centennial, we wanted to honor our roots of neighbor helping neighbor with an opportunity for our employees to give back. In August, we focused on improving the health of our local communities during our Month of Giving. Our employees volunteered 7,310 hours of their time and served over twenty communities across five states. And this fall, we celebrated with our employees across the region.
Thanks to everyone who has partnered with us throughout the year. Check out highlights from this year's activies with a video recap of our centennial year.