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We are committed to improving engagement with diverse customers, patients, suppliers, organizations and communities. Our customers are diverse. Their needs and expectations are diverse and we must be able to respond appropriately. Our Supplier Diversity Program also adds value to our supply chain by proactively seeking out certified minority, women, veteran, LGBTQ+, person(s) with disability, small-owned businesses and entrepreneurs.

"As we bring McKesson’s purpose to life – to advance health outcomes for all – I see the critical work we do in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as an accelerator that embeds inclusion in behaviors, decisions, policies and practices, and how we collaborate. This will, in turn, unlock the full potential of our people to fuel the growth and innovation needed to positively impact our communities."
– Jesse Cortez, VP, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Our partners

We are proud to partner with these organizations in support of our efforts to achieve our aspiration to be “The Best Place to Work in Healthcare”.

2023 Awards, Recognition and Participation

We are honored to have been recognized for our inclusion and diversity efforts by these respected organizations.

2023 one of "Americas Greatest
Workplaces for Diversity"
by Newsweek.

2023 One of "America's Greatest
Workplaces for Women"
by Newsweek

2023 Age Friendly Certification
by the Age Friendly Institution

2023 Best Company for
Multicultural Women
by Seramount

2023 Top Company for
Executive Women
by Seramount

Leading Inclusion Index
by Seramount

2023 Forbes "America's Best
Large Employers"

2023 Forbes "Best Employer
for Diversity"

Equality 100 Award Winner
by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC)

2024 Military Friendly Employer
by GI Jobs

Best Places to Work for Disability
Inclusion 2023
by Disability Equality Index

Francisco Fraga named to the HITEC 100 List
by Hispanic Technology Executive Council

Participated in the
HACR Corporate Inclusion Index

Participated in the Women in the Workplace
and Race in the Workplace study by McKinsey

Ranked #21 on The 50 Best Companies
for Latinas to Work for in the U.S.
by Latina Style

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These small businesses include small disadvantaged, minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, HUBZone, and LGBT-owned businesses, as well as Ability One non-profit agencies.