Medical scrubs and a stethoscope hanging on a coat stand.
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They say it's better for business.

By Laura Lorenzetti
March 15, 2016

A healthy workforce is a more productive workforce, and finding ways to make taking care of everyday or acute care needs easier motivates many companies to offer on-site health care facilities. It’s just one of many factors that helped elevate these nine companies to Fortune’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For.

Beyond enabling easier health care access for their employees, studies have found that on-site health care clinics can also lower medical costs for companies, encourage better long-term employee health, reduce absenteeism, and improve productivity, according to non-profit insurer The Alliance. On-site clinic capabilities vary by employer, and services range from last-minute appointments for a sinus infection to an annual physical by a primary care physician or even ongoing wellness options like a dietician or physical therapist.

The service is also catching on among employers. Twenty-nine percent of companies with 5,000 or more workers offered an on-site or nearby health clinic in 2014, up from 24% in 2012, according to a national workplace study by consulting firm Mercer. The survey also found that another 15% of large employers were weighing adding a clinic in the next two years.

More than 40 companies on Fortune‘s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For offer onsite health care centers, but many are only at their headquarters. Apart from the 11 hospital systems on our list, here are the nine companies that are currently offering this perk to employees at multiple locations.


CHG Healthcare Services

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100 Best Companies rank: 18

As one of the largest health care staffing agencies in the U.S., it’s no surprise that CHG prioritizes its own workers’ health. CHG’s on-site health centers are open to employees and their families for primary or acute care, including lab work. The office visits are free regardless of if an employee is enrolled in CHG’s medical plan, and no paid time off is needed to stop into the clinic.

See the other perks at CHG Healthcare Services.


USAA

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100 Best Companies rank: 36

USAA USAA is best know for providing 11.2 million U.S. military members with insurance, banking, investments, and retirement products. It also puts that same care into its employees. Its on-site health benefits include cancer screenings, flu shots, and blood pressure and other biometric screenings.

See the other perks at USAA.


Goldman Sachs

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100 Best Companies: 51

Goldman Sachs GS has appeared on this list every year since it was first published in 1998. It’s employees love working there, and the in-office health clinics at its largest offices are one of many perks. The investment banking firm also offers on-site fitness centers at its New York, New Jersey, and Chicago offices.

See the other perks at Goldman Sachs.


CustomInk

100 Best Companies rank: 58

CustomInk is known for its made-to-order apparel and accessories for groups and occasions. The company prides itself on its exception health coverage. Not only does it pick up 99% of team members health care premiums, but they also offer convenient care on-site at each location’s medical facilities.

See the other perks at CustomInk.


Arthrex

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100 Best Companies rank: 62

Arthrex designs and manufactures orthopedic surgical devices and products, and the company puts the same care into its employees as it does its products. Its free, on-site medical clinics at each location are available to employees and their family members as a way to help make their health care more affordable and more easily accessible.

See the other perks at Arthrex.


JM Family Enterprises

Exterior General view of JM Family Enterprises, Inc. logo and business sign on February 25, 2015 in Deerfield Beach, Florida. (Photo by Johnny Louis /Getty Images)
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100 Best Companies: 66

JM Family Enterprises was started in 1968 by Jim Moran. Even as the company has grow to over 4,000 workers, it still maintains its family-style care for employees. The company has nine on-site health and wellness centers that are available to workers and their covered dependents over age 16. The medical care is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week via a dedicated help line staffed by company doctors.

See the other perks at JM Family Enterprises.


Quiktrip

QuikTrip New employees at the company's Tulsa headquarters have little time to be shy: on their first days, they're seated at desks with a tub of candy. Colleagues often stop by and introduce themselves while grabbing a snack.
QuikTrip New employees at the company's Tulsa headquarters have little time to be shy: on their first days, they're seated at desks with a tub of candy. Colleagues often stop by and introduce themselves while grabbing a snack.

100 Best Companies rank: 76

As a gas station chain spread across the southeast and mid-west U.S., it may be surprising that Quicktrip would have multiple health clinics available for its more than 20,000 employees. Quiktrip has doctors available in all its markets, and employees and their family can typically get into see a doctor (many of which work only for Quiktrip) the same day–for free.

See the other perks at Quiktrip.


Capital One Financial

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100 Best Companies rank: 88

Capital One COF takes pride in thinking big and doing big things. The company constantly works to improve its employee as well as its customer experience. That includes on-site medical centers at multiple offices as well as on-site fitness centers with fitness trainers to help workers meet their health and wellness goals.

See the other perks at Capital One Financial.


Mars

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100 Best Companies: 99

While Mars may be better known for its decadent chocolate treats, the company takes the health and wellness of its employees seriously. Mars was awarded its first-ever gold “Workplace Wellness Award” by the Workplace Councils of America last March, recognizing the company’s initiatives in stress management, nutrition, physical activity, tobacco cessation, weight management, and, last but not least, its on-site medical care.

See the other perks at Mars.

Check out the full list of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For at fortune.com/bestcompanies, where you can also find job searching tips, career advice, and secrets from recruiters on how to get hired.

 

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