A Service Disabled Veteran
Owned Small Business

I proudly served in the U.S. Army at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii from 1993 - 1997, out of Tripler Army Medical Center. During my service time, I experienced injuries that led to my honorable discharge as a Service Disabled Veteran. In the immediate years thereafter, I worked for Pfizer, Inc. while seeking further medical opinion and treatment. In 2002, my experience in the healthcare industry and dual pursuits for good health and career inspired me to launch Same Day Transcriptions.

I remain a strong supporter of our troops, both active duty and retired.

As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business...

Same Day Transcriptions stands in full support of the US military. We are currently working on a program to help Disabled Veterans and their spouses gain work as transcriptionists.

I personally value every opportunity I have to honor and support my fellow veterans and those who currently serve us today. I am active in numerous interests that support our military, such as National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, USA Cares, Wounded Warrior Project and Hero Box, among others.

A percentage of all transcription fees is donated to the organizations that we trust, such as the ones listed below.

Please join us in support of the men and women who serve to protect us.

Best regards,
Rob
Robert Foley
Founder, CEO
U.S. Veteran

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A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

Giving Back

We support U.S. troops, both active duty and retired, especially service disabled veterans and the families of those who were killed in action.

We are also active supporters of children in need. Recent and ongoing activities of support include:

  • Little League and Cal Ripken baseball in New Jersey and Florida, sponsoring, managing and coaching teams.
  • Habitat for Humanity.
  • Numerous nonprofit organizations to document memoirs of WWII veterans.
  • Numerous organizations whose mission is to help our military brethren.