Check Out Our Sustainability And Social Responsability Projects

NotreDame Intermédica Group adopts integrated management (Environment, Sustainability & Safety) to ensure that its business activities comply with all legal requirements and regulations and to support the continuous improvement and sustainability of its business

Aligned with good sustainability practices, the main aspect of GNDI´s environmental management involves waste management.

GNDI'S Sustainability Model

The GNDI is evolving on sustainability issues, integrating the environmental, social and economic dimensions at the business strategy, culture and operations.

Check below the central pivots on GNDI´s sustainability model.

Environmental pillar

pivot purpose
Ecoeficiency and waste management To seek for rational consumption and efficient usage of natural resources, with emphasis on hospital waste management.

Economic pillar

pivot purpose
Responsible corporative governance                           To ensure business straightness through anticorruption mechanisms to minimize risk and to promote ethical behavior.
Humanized care To ensure the patient's positive experience, focusing on the quality of care, quality of the provided services and the satisfaction of client's and beneficiarie's satisfaction.

Social pillar

pivot purpose
Positive relationship with employees                                                      To maintain a positive relationship with employees, focusing on the following aspects: recruiting and employee retention, professional development of doctors and employees, fighting against all forms of discrimination.
Promotion of health and diseases prevention To promote health, life quality and well-being of all beneficiaries and clients as well as to prevent diseases and to spread information.


Social Project – Promotion of oral health and fighting childhood obesity

In 2019 NotreDame Intermédica Group benefited 1,500 children, from six to ten years old, through actions for oral health and fighting childhood obesity. Actions were promoted in partnership with municipal health and education departments of Mogi das Cruzes and Itapevi, both cities located on São Paulo state.

Different professionals have embraced the cause to give guidance to children for a better life quality.

UN Global Compact

GNDI is signatory of the UN Global Compact Principles since 2018. Therefore GNDI has made a voluntary commitment on the development of subjects as human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. Our main sustainability projects and actions can be checked on the Communication on Progress UN Global Compact.

Click here e download the complete document.

Health Services Solid Waste Management Plan (PGRSS)

The health service waste generated have different final disposals based on the Health Services Waste classification, which involves separating the waste based on the potential risks to public health and the environment, in accordance with the applicable laws. The final disposal of solid waste is conducted by expert companies duly licensed by government authorities.

The Health Services Solid Waste Management Plan establishes the procedures for handling, storing, internal and external collection and final disposal of solid waste in accordance with the law.

Regularly GNDI invests in training programs for its own and outsourced employees to ensure the effective standardization of processes and the correct waste destination, reducing the negative environmental impact.

Greenhouse Gases Inventory

For the first time in the history of NotreDame Intermédica Group, an inventory of greenhouse gases related to GNDI Headquarters was published.

The inventory aims to quantify greenhouse gases emissions. Thus we are able to manage and reduce our GHG emissions and reduce our environmental impact on the global climate.

Check out our inventory here or on the page of Public Registry of the GHG Protocol Brazilian Program.

Environmental, Sustainability and Safety Commitment

Click here to know our Environment, Sustainability and workplace Safety Policy.

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