MAKO Medical started with a simple vision:
Make an impact every day in every aspect of our business and be an example for others to get involved in the community.
We all know someone who is struggling or a great cause that needs support. In our first six years, MAKO has been able to donate millions of dollars in support of over 400 charities and non-profits around the country, in addition to supporting over 80 missionaries world-wide each month. We set aside company-wide dedicated service days for community causes and volunteer our time for local awareness events and fund-raising causes.
Recently, MAKO partenered with Rebuilding Together of the Triangle to help renovate the home of a retired Air Force veteran with Parkinson's disease, making it more accessible for him as well as his family.
It's a project we were honored to be part of and an opportunity for us to say "Thank You For Your Service."
Whenever and wherever Mikey the Mako shows up, smiles are sure to follow. Mikey is our MAKO Medical mascot and he’s a regular visitor to local children’s hospitals. He entertains the kids, bringing a little light into what is sometimes a scary experience for them. Mikey also visits local elementary schools, youth centers and is a common sight at any community service, volunteer or awareness event.
At MAKO we wanted to honor the lives of those who have served our country. We don’t just hire military veterans, we’ve carved out four entire divisions and only hire military veterans for those divisions.
Our logistics, supply chain management, procurement, and drivers are all military veterans. In addition to this program, MAKO offers unique training and coaching opportunities, skills advancement, educational opportunities, and programs built around their needs.
Our program was recently recognized in Washington D.C. with a Gold Medallion Award from the U.S Department of labor.
Director of Logistics Adam Price explains the value and significance of hiring military veterans and how they contribute to MAKO’s success.