The Johns Hopkins Hospital Named By Becker’s Magazines As Best Place To Work
Chicago-based publications Becker’s Hospital Review and its Ambulatory Surgery Center Review have named The Johns Hopkins Hospital as one of the 100 best places to work in health care in the United States for 2011. Johns Hopkins also made Becker’s listing in 2010.
In describing their selection process for the top 100 best places to work, Becker’s editors state that: “Each organization has put tremendous thought into the building blocks that make up a great workplace: robust benefits, opportunities for self-improvement, employee appreciation and strong ties between staff members, to name a few. These organizations set and meet high standards for employee satisfaction and demonstrate to the industry that quality care begins with an engaged workforce.”
Ronald R. Peterson, president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System and Executive Vice President of Johns Hopkins Medicine, says that “it is always an honor to receive an award on behalf of the hospital, as such tributes remind us all of the hard work and dedication displayed by our staff and employees every day — not just to make The Johns Hopkins Hospital a great place to receive medical care, but also a great place to work.”
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