Health care firm and employees give back

Angelina Salazar

Healthcare Management, its AR Services and A-1 Collection Agency and employees gave nearly $20,000 in 2020 to local organizations and programs through a charitable giving initiative.

“This year has provided extraordinary challenges for us all as we live and work during a pandemic. I am humbled and inspired to work with such great people who demonstrate enormous selfless giving during this time,” said Angelina Salazar, chief executive officer of Healthcare Management in Grand Junction.

Under the initiative, employees donate a portion of their wages to a giving fund. The company matches up to $500 a month. Employees contributed more than $13,000 to the fund, to which a $5,000 company match was added.

Contributions were made to the American Red Cross, Alzheimer’s Association, breast cancer awareness, Center for Independence, Central High School basketball, charity dinner for Bonnie and Mathews House, childhood cancer awareness, Clifton Christian Church food box program, Community Food Bank, Doors 2 Success, Kids Aid, Lunch Lizard, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Mesa County School District 51 Stuff the Bus, Oxford House, Partners,Riverside Education Center, Salvation Army, Summit West Care Hungry Hearts Program and The House.

Healthcare Management is the parent company for AR Services and A-1 Collection Agency.  Healthcare Management provides services for community and rural hospitals, large health systems, physician groups, skilled nursing facilities and more. A total of 21 hospitals and health care organizations own and manage Healthcare Management. For more information, log on to