UPMC among ‘Most Ethical’

For the fourth year in a row, Ethisphere Institute, an organization focused on defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, has named UPMC one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies.   

In 2022, 136 honorees were recognized spanning 22 countries and 45 industries. UPMC is one of two organizations recognized in the integrated health care systems category.  To be recognized on this list, companies are assessed on company culture, environmental and social practices, focus on diversity, ethics and compliance activities, governance and initiatives to support a strong value chain.   

“At UPMC, we are committed to the highest levels of ethical standards. We are dedicated to our patients and our members, who trust us to provide them with the very best in patient-centered care,” said Diane Holder, executive vice president of UPMC and president and chief executive officer of UPMC Health Plan. “We are deeply honored that Ethisphere has recognized UPMC for our commitment to ethical standards and integrity, while pursuing our mission-driven objectives.”   

“Today, business leaders face their greatest mandate yet to be ethical, accountable and trusted to drive positive change,” said Timothy Erblich, chief executive officer of Ethisphere. “We continue to be inspired by the World’s Most Ethical Companies honorees and their dedication to integrity, sustainability, governance and community. Congratulations to UPMC for earning the World’s Most Ethical Companies designation.”  

Visit Ethisphere’s website for the full list of 2022 World’s Most Ethical Companies.  


Kimberly Ann Zimmerman 1960~2023

Kim was always a very outgoing person who loved the outdoors and spending time at her campsite she enjoyed life to the fullest and had an overabundance of friends.

Linda K Ditzler obituary 1953~2023

Linda was a counselor at TruNorth Counseling Services. She also was employed at Wilderness Lodge Leather’s & Hat Shop and The Horse You Rode In On.

John J Durkan obituary 1939~2023

Born in Brooklyn, New York on July 3, 1939, John will be remembered as a man of great faith, unwavering integrity and endless generosity.