Our Values


We treat every associate and customer with honesty and integrity, tapping into each person's potential to ensure long-term success for everyone.


We believe that every associate deserves a fair chance to pursue his or her dream, and that we are all obliged to create opportunities that allow for the growth and success of others.

Work Hard — Have Fun

We respect the passion shown by associates who push themselves to find their full potential, and we appreciate the positive energy that our people bring to the workplace.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

We continuously improve our business practices by encouraging innovation, imagination, critical thinking, and determination from associates at every level.


We care for our associates, their families, and our extended family of customers beyond organizational relationships; we rely on and trust in one another for continued support and collaboration.

Give Back

We express gratitude for what we have by donating our time and resources; we share what we have to help improve our communities and our world.

American Pride

We pay tribute to our country, believe in the American Dream and all it stands for, and honor and respect the men and women who serve our great nation.

Our Core Purpose

Hendricks is dedicated to promoting and preserving the American Dream by helping people accomplish the extraordinary — based on our fundamental belief that every person has within themselves the ability to do great things.

For nearly 150 years the Beloit Corporation, which made the world's finest papermaking machines, was the heart of Beloit’s city center. Like too many companies in the region, Beloit Corporation struggled and ultimately closed its doors in 1999, forcing nearly 2,000 Stateline residents to find new employment. In 2001, Ken and Diane Hendricks purchased the 750,000 sq. ft. of property and began a remarkable redevelopment of the property transforming it into attractive office and manufacturing space. The campus was renamed "Ironworks" to reflect its historic roots.

Transparency in Coverage (TIC) regulations require health insurers and group health plans to create machine-readable files (MRFs) that contain the negotiated rates for in-network providers and allowed amounts derived from historical claims for out-of-network providers, and make those files publicly available.

A machine-readable file is a digital representation of data or information in a file that can be imported or read by a computer system for further processing without human intervention. https://www.anthem.com/machine-readable-file/search/ These files follow the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) defined layout and are in the CMS-approved format (JSON), and are not meant for a consumer-friendly search of rates, benefits, or cost sharing.

Please refer to the member resources available through anthem.com for consumer-friendly information.