Caduceus continues to exceed the expectations set by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help prevent, control, and research the outbreak of the Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus Epidemic.
After three months of construction, the long-awaited executive gym at Caduceus Healthcare is newly finished, signaling a milestone for Caduceus and the company’s commitment to corporate wellness. This state-of-the-art facility offers exercise equipment, free weights and other machinery for employees to use at no-cost to them and is open 24/7 for their convenience. This new work perk at Caduceus came from the senior management team’s desire to ensure they are taking care of their employees, both professionally and personally.
“Though our employees had outside gym memberships, we wanted to give back to them and offer them a place where they can work out and stay fit for free,” said founder and CEO Carlos Lopez. “It’s important to us that we invest in our employees and their journey to live a healthy lifestyle, especially since we help our clients keep their patients healthy through our medical staffing services.”
Corporate wellness ranks high on Caduceus’s list when it comes to their values, especially given that Lopez was in the Marine Corps for most of his career and many employees are military veterans. Read more about Caduceus’s company culture.
Caduceus Healthcare was named on Inc. Magazine’s 2014 fastest growing companies list for private U.S. companies for the second year in a row. Caduceus ranked 334 out of 5000 companies in 2014, with a three-year growth rate of 1,385 percent. In 2013, Caduceus ranked 301 with a three-year growth rate of 1,443 percent.
It took hard, focused work to reach this achievement among an impressive field. The top 400 companies on the 2014 list have growth rates that range from 1,177 percent to 158,957 percent; and Caduceus is in the top quarter for all the companies in the government services industry.
Inc. 500/5000’s annual list of the fastest growing private companies has become a must-check annual list for entrepreneurs with hyper scaling businesses for over 30 years. The digital version of the list has been published since 2007. The list also serves as a source of inspiration for young and aspiring entrepreneurs.
“Our goal is to be the largest minority-owned staffing company in the United States,” said Carlos Lopez, CEO and founder of Caduceus. With this type of vision and drive, Caduceus is destined to appear on the Inc. fastest growing companies list year after year.
Caduceus Healthcare has provided staffing solutions for the healthcare, technology, and science industries since 2008, with a focus on the government sector. Caduceus is based in Atlanta, GA with satellite offices in Springfield, VA and Detroit, MI.
View Caduceus Healthcare’s Inc. 5000 profile at: http://www.inc.com/profile/caduceus-healthcare
DiversityBusiness.com has ranked Caduceus Healthcare one of the top 500 Hispanic businesses in the U.S. It is one of 13 Georgia-based companies to make this year’s Div500 list. Companies listed on the Div500 have revenues ranging from $20 million dollars to more than $1 billion dollars. More than 1.3 million companies were eligible to participate in the rankings based on extensive criteria such as business profile, website and gross sales.
Carlos M. Lopez, founder and chief executive officer, started Caduceus in 2008. Since then, the company has grown tremendously because of his vision and strategic leadership. Caduceus is a certified and Verified 8(a), HUBZone and service disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) firm providing healthcare, technology and scientific staffing solutions to the government. Lopez attributes his success to his background in the military and finance industries, his culture of putting his clients and people first, and learning from consultants and advisors along the way.
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