CS Medical in the Community

CS Medical Employee’s innovate solutions to improve patient outcomes

CS Medical and our employee’s work every day to bring innovative solutions that improve healthcare and create opportunities for a stronger more sustainable tomorrow. Our products provide both healthcare practitioners and patients with piece of mind that their safety is our number one goal.

CS Medical’s culture of business and the character of our people compel us to make a difference where we live and work

Community engagement for CS Medical is not only about giving back. It is also about enabling positive changes around the world and in our neighborhoods. Being part of the fabric of local communities is what allows us and everyone to grow.

Sports for Special Kids

Sports for Special Kids provides resources to existing organizations to help further their ability to provide sports and physical activities for kids with physical and developmental disabilities. Sports for Special Kids donates money to organizations that support a variety of sports like hockey, basketball, and horseback riding. They also fund special projects tailored to individuals with specific needs.

Carolina Hurricanes Foundation

The Carolina Hurricanes Foundation strives to meet the health and educational needs of underserved populations and strengthen youth hockey in our community through programming and financial assistance to local, youth-oriented organizations. Since the establishment of the non-profit Foundation in 1997, over $14 million in cash has been awarded to non-profit organizations that focus on enhancing the lives of youth in our community. With the ongoing support of annual special events, Hurricanes players, staff and the corporate community, the Carolina Hurricanes Foundation is able to fund many causes including scholarship programs, youth hockey initiatives, education and literacy efforts, health programs and the arts.

Meals on Wheels

"Meals on Wheels allows our seniors in Wake County to maintain their dignity and independence and remain in their homes. When a volunteer delivers a meal to a homebound recipient, we are not only providing a meal, but we are also providing a visit and a check up. It is comforting to family members to know that someone is stopping in daily to be sure that everything is okay. Over the years, we have touched so many lives in Wake County and beyond by reaching out to our seniors and people with disabilities to keep them connected to our community."