Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The company continues to meet the demand created by the flu season.
Tuesday, February 12
Kimberly-Clark, a Roswell-based company, has reacted to the influenza season reaching epidemic levels across the United States by continuing to increase production of face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) products. The company said in a news release that it was responding to increased customer demand from acute care facilities across the country. "The health and safety of our valued customers and their patients is our most important priority," said John Amat, vice president of Sales and Marketing, Kimberly-Clark Health Care. "Kimberly-Clark representatives are proactively reaching out to all of our current customers to assure them that with our North America-based product supply, we can continue to provide the highest …
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The Roswell campus hosted a healthcare associated infection education event.
Because one in 20 hospitalized patients contract a healthcare-associated infection (HAI) each year, Kimberly-Clark is doing their part to help reduce those numbers. The company's Roswell-based campus recently hosted a HAI Patient Education event to share how important awareness is. The organization offered employees an opportunity to tour the company's education bus and watch videos on infection prevention, as well as participate in hygiene education activities.
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Roswell's two biggest employers team up to educate and award local nurses.
Two Roswell giants, Kimberly-Clark and North Fulton Hospital, teamed up this week to sponsor the Safe-Care Campaign, an event aimed at HAI (Healthcare-Associated Infections) continuing education and prevention. The event is part of Kimberly-Clark’s national campaign “Not On My Watch,” whose mission is to educate healthcare workers on the important issues of HAI. North Fulton Hospital CEO, Deborah C. Keel, said the business partnership is rewarding for all involved. “Kimberly-Clark is just a fabulous organization to work with,” Keel said. “The people are great and we really enjoy working with them on something like this.” Kimberly-Clark’s Education Bus has been to at least 62 different facilities all across the United States this year. In …
Friday, July 22, 2011
The company's Roswell campus has hired Carter as its project manager.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Roswell's Kimberly-Clark campus is going ahead with a new materials management building and they've hired Carter - National Real Estate Investor magazine's third ranked office developer - as project manager. "The new building, scheduled for completion in spring 2012, will provide the Roswell campus with a centrally located receiving/distribution facility," stated Carter's blog. According to Carter, which was founded in 1958 and manages the 98-acre Roswell campus, this project is just the latest of many in the 32 years since it began working with Kimberly- Clark in 1979. It was then when they were first hired to oversee the construction of six buildings at the Roswell site. In the years since, Carter’s brokerage team has also helped …