Compliance

GiaCare, Inc. is committed to establishing and maintaining an effective compliance program.  Our purpose is to prevent and detect violations of law and company policy.  GiaCare places the utmost importance on its reputation for honesty, integrity, and ethical standards.

These standards can be achieved and sustained only through the actions and conduct of all GiaCare personnel.  Each and every employee, including management, are obligated to conduct themselves in a manner consentient with these standards.

The GiaCare culture is based on trust, mutual respect, high standards of professional conduct and ethics to ensure we achieve our goals. We rely on the sound judgment of our employees, associates, and agents to comply with the law, act with integrity, and safeguard the company’s reputation in every situation.

GiaCare is committed to an ethical workplace free of illegal activities. However, if you do find that you have encountered unethical or illegal behavior/activities, while at work, GiaCare is committed to correcting this immediately. Further, we will ensure you are provided respectable and immediate resources for advice and support in your concerns. Confidentiality will be safeguarded, beyond all else, while we maintain the best interest of our employees and GiaCare’s standards of accountability and ethical behavior.

Please contact the GiaCare Compliance Officer by calling the company headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, FL. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may call the Employee Hotline or click here to complete the Anonymous Inquiry form. If you choose to disclose your contact information, you will receive a response within 24 hours from the Compliance Officer excluding weekends and holidays.

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Corporate Toll-free: 877-GIA-HLTH (877-442-4584)
Local: 954-651-9022
Employee Hotline: 877-630-1620

Lastly, don’t forget that GiaCare always welcomes your comments, questions or concerns!

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“The time is always right to do what is right.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.