The Orchard Difference
We are passionate about providing a service which far surpasses the industry standard. As one of the nation’s leading providers of nurse case management, we do one thing, and we do it well. Our commitment to hiring and retaining the most talented case managers ensures our clients realize exceptional value, backed by superior outcomes.
Our team members aren’t just registered nurses with credentials, licenses, and extensive experience in multi-disciplinary areas of clinical care. They are enthusiastic and engaged critical-thinkers, coached to discover and illustrate the meaning in the work they perform. Our average STAT assignment takes 14 minutes from the time we receive the initial call to our nurse making contact with the injured worker. Bring us your challenges!
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At Orchard Medical Consulting, we know the true definition of success.
“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children… to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Our employees are generous and thoughtful, and fully understand the difference just one act of kindness can make. Orchard Medical Consulting is committed to serving the underprivileged in the community, especially those who have been injured on the job. And every now and then, an act of kindness by one of us shows you we do more than just talk about it.
Orchard Medical Consulting is committed to serving the underprivileged in the community, specifically those who have been injured on the job through no fault of their own. Our employees contribute to quarterly community service efforts, which reflects Orchard’s devotion to philanthropy and goodwill.
Kids’ Chance of Arizona 5K. OMC continued their support of Kids’ Chance and their 16th Annual 5K. Kids’ Chance of Arizona, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, provides college scholarships for children with parents who have been killed or catastrophically injured on the job.
In the wake of the severe winter storm in Texas, Orchard Medical Consulting donated to Salvation Army of TX to support their initiates of food, shelter and other resources for the hard hit communities.
OMC partnered with the Arizona Department of Child Safety (AZDCS) during their yearly Giving Tree Program. The Giving Tree Program brings together businesses and community partners by purchasing gifts for children in foster care.
Orchard wanted to give back to other communities where our staff member’s reside and where we conduct business. We did this by donating to organizations that are members of Feeding America committed to working with communities to end hunger, California Association of Food Banks, Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in Utah, North Texas Food Bank, Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico & Compassionate Colorado.
Phoenix Business Journal awarded Orchard Medical as one of the “Healthiest Employers”.
In the 2019 holiday season OMC partnered with Southwest Human Development (SWHD) for their Gingerbread Kids Holiday Gift Drive. The Southwest Human Development (501-C3) is the second largest nonprofit organization here in the city of Phoenix. They focus on early child development, including mental health, child literacy, education, disability services and child welfare. They currently service over 135,000 children and their families throughout Arizona.
OMC was proud to be a table sponsor for Kids’ Chance of Arizona Hearts of Gold Community Breakfast. Along with contributing to their auction items. (October 2019)
Kids’ Chance of Arizona 5K. OMC continued their support of Kids’ Chance and their 14th Annual 5K. Kids’ Chance of Arizona, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, provides college scholarships for children with parents who have been killed or catastrophically injured on the job. (Feb 2019).
Orchard participated in the Alta Vista Elementary school supply drive. The donations benefit a school which serves refugee children and families who fall below the poverty line. Our corporate staff donated supplies such as paper, glue, pens, pencils, etc.
Our Phoenix corporate staff volunteer on a Saturday to paint the outside of a house donated by the Isaac School District to be used as a family resource center for the Valley of the Sun United Way.
Dee Dee Williams serves on the AWCCA holiday party committee. All proceeds going to Kids Chance, AZ We Care Foundation, Phoenix Children’s Project, AWCCA Rehabilitant of the Year and Families Forward’s Light House.
Orchard gives $250 to support YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter and Rachel’s Women’s Center (Professional Women in Insurance).
Erin Morrissey donates a handful of toys for Toys for Tots (Work Comp Central), a top-rated charity providing toys, books, and other gifts to less fortunate children.
Orchard supports OCRIMS’ (Orange County Chapter of RIMS) community outreach by donating canned goods for mothers in need.
Scotti Grant helps clean out horse stalls in San Diego for rescue horses at Laughing Pony Rescue Ranch, a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating horses of any breed.
Erin Morrissey and Scotti Grant volunteer to paint the community center walls for kids in the foster care system held by the San Diego Youth Services, a nationally recognized non-profit organization whose mission is to help at-risk youth and their families become self-sufficient and reach their highest potential.
Jessica Dahrling is appointed as President of the WCA of New Mexico, as well as Member at Large of the Toby Wright Scholarship Fund.
Orchard employees attend Kids’ Chance Annual Gala Awards Event where the sponsors, volunteers and honored scholarship recipients are recognized.
Erin Morrissey attends a painting party to support the MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bike ride to support finding a cure.
Deb Ford participates in a paintathon for Colorado RIMS as a community project.
Orchard Medical Consulting purchased tickets for employees to attend the 2nd annual W. P. Carey Talks, which benefits the W. P. Carey Alumni Association.
Orchard renews our corporate partnership with Kids’ Chance, which provides college scholarships to children of catastrophically injured workers.
Robin Orchard is appointed to serve as Commissioner on the Industrial Commission of Arizona by State Governor Doug Ducey.
Orchard sponsors WCA of NM’s Annual Golf Tournament, which benefits the Toby Wright Memorial Scholarship fund for children of injured workers.
Ashley Miller is elected to the W. P. Carey Alumni Leadership Council, whose mission is to promote engagement among ASU’s business alumni.
Barbara Gonzales is featured as a volunteer panel speaker at the Work Comp Association of Southern New Mexico.
Sarah Marchese joins the Board of the Corporate Volunteer Council of Central Arizona, which promotes corporate social responsibility.
Orchard supports Kids’ Chance with a Bowl-a-Thon sponsorship and a full lane of volunteers.
Orchard sponsors the Kids’ Chance of Arizona 5K, chaired by Ashley Miller, and sends over 10 volunteers and participants.
Deb Ford and her daughter compete in the PurpleStride Walk in Denver, Colorado. This event raises awareness about the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Orchard donates bags of toys to Arizona’s Children Association, a foster and adoption certification and placement agency.
Employees of Orchard Medical Consulting participated in the 8th annual Kid’s Chance 5k. This is an event that the OMC family has participated in every year since 2008.
Ashley Miller served on the event committee for the 2012 Kid’s Chance Awards Gala.
Orchard Medical Consulting also contributes to many other community charites with things such as water drives during the summer in the hottests states, toy drives around the country during the holidays and small community programs where we live. Our valuable contributions benefit and support the members of the community which has served us.
Orchard Medical Consulting is an award winning company, with a reputation for integrity, success, and excellence.
We are proud to be nominated and recognized by influential members of the nursing and workers’ comp community. Here are just a few of our recent recognitions.
AZ Central Top Companies
Phoenix Business Journal Healthiest Employers
Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards by Global Health & Pharma
Rookie of the Year Winner, San Diego Association of Insurance Professionals, Scotti Grant, RN, MAS, MSN, CCM
Nominee, Work Comp Laude – Spencer French, RN, MSN, CCM (article)
Winner, Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, Best Companies AZ (article)
Best and Brightest Companies to Work For
AZ Central Top Companies to Work For in Arizona
Phoenix Business Journal Best Places to Work
Winner, Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, Best Companies AZ
Finalist, When Work Works, Society for HR Management
Finalist, Work Comp Laude – Joan Larkin RN, BSN, CCM, CDMS; Kids’ Chance Finalist
Finalist, Healthiest Employers
Nominee, Health Care Heroes Award, Phoenix Business Journal – Robin Orchard, RN, CCM
Nominee, Best Places to Work, Phoenix Business Journal
Winner, When Work Works, Society for HR Management
Finalist, IMPACT Award, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
Nominee, Most Admired Leaders – Danielle Tincker
Nominee, Most Admires Companies
Winner, Best Places to Work, Phoenix Business Journal
Nominee, Work Comp Laude, Work Comp Central
Winner, Best and Brightest Companies to Work For
Nominee, Sterling Award for NCM of the Year – Susan House RN, CCM
Finalist, Health Care Heroes Award, Phoenix Business Journal – Lesley Hunt, RN
Winner, Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, Best Companies AZ (article)
Nominee, ATHENA Young Professionals Award, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce – Ashley Miller
Winner, Sterling Award of Excellence for Case Manager of the Year, WCA of New Mexico – Sandra Malneritch, RN
Winner, When Work Works Award, Families and Work Institute and Society for Human Resource Management
Nominee, Most Admired Companies, Best Companies AZ
Nominee, Most Admired Leaders, Phoenix Business Journal – Robin Orchard
Nominee, Spirit of Enterprise Award, Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business
Finalist, When Work Works, Society for HR Management
Nominee, Arizona Health Care Leadership Awards, AZ Big Media – Lesley Hunt, RN
Nominee, Arizona Health Care Leadership Awards, AZ Big Media – Joan Larkin, RN
The partnerships and affiliations we have established are an extremely important part of our success.
You can trust that the recommendations we make for your employees are based on our experience, and will result in the best possible chance for a successful outcome.
We are proud of all of our professional affiliations and strive for nothing less than excellence…credentialing, national certifications and reputation are the basis for our recommendations, and this practice has proven successful!
In addition to professional affiliations, Orchard remains committed to charitable organizations. You can feel confident that the community benefits from our success as well, in the form of scholarships, contributions and time.
ASIA – Arizona Self-Insurers Association is committed to meeting the needs of the self-insured employer through involvement in the legislation process and member education.
AWCCA – Arizona Workers’ Compensation Claims Association promotes developing close relationships among those engaged in the handling of workers’ compensation claims.
CAEP – Claims Association of El Paso. The area’s insurance professionals dedicated to promote high ethical and professional claims handling in the industry.
CSIA – Colorado Self Insurers Association is an association of Colorado employers approved by the State of Colorado to insure their workers’ compensation benefits internally.
CMSA – Case Management Society of America is dedicated to the support and development of the profession of case management through educational forums.
Dallas Claims Association – Dallas Claims Association promotes developing close relationships among those engaged in the handling of workers’ compensation claims.
Kids’ Chance – Kids’ Chance of Arizona provides college scholarships to children of workers who have been catastrophically or fatally injured on the job.
LVCC – Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce is the largest and most influential business organization in the State of Nevada, promoting business education and networking.
NAWBO Phoenix – National Association of Women Business Owners helps women to evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a voice to shape public policy.
NSIA – The Nevada Self-Insurers Association furnishes opportunities for members of the community to discuss the many questions arising under workers’ comp laws.
NWCD – Proud to be a huge sponsor for our 7th year in a row!
PRIMA – Public Risk Management Association for educational programing, risk resources & networking opportunities with public sector risk managers. Members in Colorado, Arizona and Texas.
PWC – The Colorado PWC is an organization where professionals from both sides (Claimant and Respondent) come together for educational luncheons, and a wide variety of networking and sponsorship opportunities.
UCMA – UCMA is a great avenue for networking and building relationships with other case managers in Utah.
WCA of NM – The Workers’ Compensation Association of New Mexico serves the workers’ compensation community of New Mexico by promoting educational meetings, seminars and conferences as well as scholarship opportunities.