Jeffrey Collins first wanted to be a city manager. His new job as
senior vice president and Roseville area manager for Kaiser
Permanente is something like that, he says. Collins oversees
5,000 employees, more than the population of his home town in
Seven Kaiser Permanente facilities in the Sacramento area — and
more statewide — have received environmental awards from Practice
Greenhealth, a national organization devoted to environmentally
responsible operations and care. (Sacramento Business
Kaiser Permanente’s Roseville Medical Center is one of three
facilities around the country named to the “Environmental
Leadership Circle” by Practice Greenhealth, a national
organization that supports green practices and resource
conservation in health care.
To qualify for this honor, health facilities must meet a series
of benchmarks, including a waste-recycling rate of at least 25
percent, an 8 percent or lower rate for regulated medical waste
generation and complete eradication of mercury use.
(Robertson, Sacramento Business Journal 4/26/13)
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