Henry Schein has committed up to $500,000 to disaster relief efforts related to damage caused by Hurricanes Fiona and Ian.
In response to the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricanes Fiona and Ian, Henry Schein, announced that it has committed up to $500,000 to assist with relief efforts to support recovery and rebuilding efforts, donating much-needed health care supplies to humanitarian and relief organizations, and supporting customers residing within the devastated areas.
To advance this effort, the Henry Schein Cares Foundation has established a 2022 Disaster Relief Fund. The company and the Henry Schein Cares Foundation are seeding the Fund with a $50,000 donation and will match employee contributions up to $50,000.
Additionally, Henry Schein has committed to donating $350,000 worth of health care products to relief organizations responding to the disasters from Florida and Puerto Rico to Eastern Canada.
“Team Schein stands ready to assist our relief agency partners and local health care providers in their efforts to mobilize support for those most in need,” said Stanley M. Bergman, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Henry Schein. “Our company has long been committed to supporting disaster preparedness and recovery, and we are working with our supplier partners and Team Schein members to provide relief agencies with the health care supplies needed to support public health, so community members can get back on their feet and begin to rebuild.”
The Henry Schein Customer Assistance Hotline remains open for dentists and physicians who experience operational, logistical, or financial issues caused by the hurricanes. The toll-free number for all Henry Schein customers is 800-999-9729. The hotline is open 24/7, with real-time assistance available from Team Schein Members from 8 am to 6 pm ET.
Customers can also access the company’s Recovery Guide for Office-Based Practitioners, which offers guidance and links to resources inside and outside of Henry Schein that can help accelerate the process of getting a business back to full production.
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