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    2023 Recognized Businesses

    We are pleased to announce our recognized businesses for 2023. Forty-three businesses received recognition this year and represent businesses of all sizes from all over Maryland. Businesses were eligible for three levels of recognition: Exemplar (the highest level), Pacesetter, and Standout.​​​


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    Exemplar businesses have well-established workplace wellness practices promoting a culture of health across the organization. Exemplar businesses address wellness through all four strategies: policy, programming, benefits, and environmental support. Exemplar businesses thoroughly evaluate their workplace wellness initiatives and use evaluation results to inform future planning and implementation. 


    AstraZeneca- Gaithersburg

    Atlantic General Hospital

    Battelle National Biodefense Institute

    CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

    Carroll County Health Department

    CBIZ, Inc.

    Charles County Government

    Choptank Electric Cooperative

    DGD Healthcare Solutions

    Hub Labels, Inc.​

    Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Mid-Atlantic States, Inc.


    MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center

    MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital

    MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital

    MedStar Union Memorial Hospital

    Montgomery County Public Schools

    Pompeian, Inc.

    The Arc of Washington County

    University of Maryland, Baltimore

    Wicomico County Public Schools

    ​​WSSC Water


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    Pacesetter businesses have established worksite wellness practices. Pacesetter businesses address wellness using at least three strategies (policy, programming, benefits, and/or environmental support). Pacesetter businesses evaluate some workplace wellness initiatives and use evaluation results to inform future planning​ and implementation.


    Anne Arundel County Government

    City of College Park

    Educators Benefit Services

    Frederick Health

    Garrett College

    Garrett County Public Schools

    Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina

    Legal & General America

    Leidos Biomedical, Inc.

    MedStar Ambulatory Services

    MedStar Health Research Institute

    MedStar Montgomery Medical Center


    Queen Anne’s County

    ​Venable, LLP​


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    Standout businesses have emerging worksite wellness practices. Standout businesses address workplace wellness using at least two strategies (policy, programming, benefits and environmental support). Standout businesses collect some data to inform future planning and implementation.


    City of Gaithersburg

    GlaxoSmithKline Rockville Biopharm

    MedStar Harbor Hospital

    MedStar Health Home Care

    Nymeo Federal Credit Union

    Congratulations to all of our 2023 Recognized Businesses! 

    ​For more information on how to join Healthiest Maryland Businesses or for information on the recognition process, please contact the HMB coordinator at: mdh.hmb@maryland.gov.​ ​