Johnson College received a generous gift-in-kind donation from TMG Health that will help give its computer information technology students even more hands on training.
TMG Health, the leading national provider of Business Process Outsourcing solutions for health plans in the Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D, and Managed Medicaid markets, donated computer servers, network switches, and other equipment at an estimated value of more than $53,000.
“We can’t say thank you enough for the generosity shown by TMG Health”, says Joseph Polinsky, Johnson College’s Department Chair of Computer Information Technology Program. He shares, “This equipment is cutting edge and will give each CIT student more opportunity to work directly on their own with servers and network switches. It is honestly the best real-world experience they can have in a classroom.”
“We are proud to support Johnson College,” said Jack Tighe, President & CEO of TMG Health. “As a leading provider of technology-based solutions to the government health programs market, TMG Health recognizes the importance of educating future IT leaders who will contribute to the advancement of the field.”
TMG Health employs more than 1,100 staff in Pennsylvania, with a National Operations Center in Jessup, Corporate Headquarters in King of Prussia, an extensive at-home workforce and its Pittsburgh Technology Center. In addition, the company operates a Call Center in Amarillo, Texas.