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At Atrium Health, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated not just into our patient care and our workforce – but into our community as a whole.

Driving supplier diversity

Atrium Health is committed to partnering with diverse suppliers in the procurement of goods, services and construction contracts. Having a strong supplier diversity program is an important part of our commitment to diversity, equity & inclusion, and our effort to improve economic health and mobility in the communities we serve. 


For suppliers

If you are a minority-, woman-, veteran-, or LGBTQ-owned business and would like to partner with Atrium Health, please complete our Service Vendor Intake Form and register in the Advocate Health SupplierGATEWAY. Please note, registration in both places is required to be considered for business with Atrium Health.

When an opportunity becomes available for goods or services that your business provides, your information will be reviewed by a member of our team. Once selected to participate, you will be contacted by a procurement representative or someone from the supplier diversity team. We look forward to having you as a partner.


Joining with community partners

Atrium Health maintains a number of recruiting, outreach and networking partnerships with organizations advancing diversity and inclusion in our region, including:

  • Carolinas Alliance for Veteran Employment 
  • Charlotte Area Fund
  • Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
  • Charlotte Rescue Mission
  • Charlotte WORKS
  • Dress for Success
  • Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont
  • Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
  • Johnson C. Smith University 
  • Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte
  • Mayor’s Youth Employment Program
  • NCServes 
  • Piedmont Veterans Coalition
  • Urban League of the Carolinas
  • VetCarolinas
  • Veterans Bridge Home
  • YMCA of Greater Charlotte

See more of our community partnerships

ONE Charlotte Health Alliance

In 2016, we partnered with Novant Health and Bank of America to form ONE Charlotte, an initiative bringing partners together to address some of our community’s most critical challenges: investing in neighborhoods in need, and removing barriers to education, employment and healthcare.

Growing out of this effort is the ONE Charlotte Health Alliance (OCHA). Working with Novant Health and the Mecklenburg County Health Department, we’re teaming up in a long-term collaboration to bring primary care to the highest-need pockets of our community.

Learn more about OCHA

Fostering success and knowledge

Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program (ASAP)

To support and promote the achievement of youth and adults with physical disabilities, the ASAP program offers competitive and recreational adaptive sports opportunities.

Learn more or donate to ASAP

Health education

We’re committed to providing health information and education to people of diverse backgrounds.

Visit the Daily Dose blog

Building healthy communities

From connecting those in need with low-cost resources to tackling some of our region’s most critical health challenges, we’re bringing health to every corner of the communities we serve.

Explore our community impact