If you’ve ever been wowed by a nurse or healthcare provider that made a terrible time a little better, then you’ll enjoy this new video released by Bend startup DohJe. The company’s gratitude platform gives patients and healthcare workers a way to easily thank each other. The video, released yesterday, was sponsored by global brands Huggies and Dansko as well as Bend’s very own Backporch Coffee.

Check it out …

(If you share the video, you could win a free pair of Dansko shoes. Share it on social using #dohjejanice)

“We see so many inspiring DohJes come across the platform every day, we wanted to make sure that more people saw some of these,” Founder and CEO Amanda Krantz says. “The people in the video are real nurses, patients and moms.”

DohJe has had a hopping past few months. The company recently released the 2.0 version of its platform and is launching in the Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center, which includes 2,400 employees and four campuses.

The DohJe platform is currently used at two major teaching hospitals, a well as community hospitals and senior living communities, including a Brightwater Senior Living Community in California. Brightwater is headquartered here in Bend.

Amanda is now bringing on new employees to help sustain and further the company’s growth. She’s currently hiring a sales development representative. If you’re interested, you can find these jobs and more at StartupBend.com/jobs.

Kelly Kearsley

Kelly Kearsley, the co-founder of StartupBend.com, is passionate about startups, entrepreneurship and Bend. In addition to writing this blog, she creates content and manages content projects for global financial companies, tech firms and startups. She began her career as a newspaper journalist and later worked as a freelance writer. Her work has appeared in WSJ.com, Money Magazine, CNNMoney, MSNBC and Runner's World. See her work at kellykearsley.contently.com or kellykearsley.com.

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Kelly Kearsley