The governing boards and leadership teams at these hospitals recognize the important connection between strong internal engagement and outstanding care, and in turn, their employees deliver exceptional service every day.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
Three Quorum Health Resources (QHR) client hospitals were recently recognized by Modern Healthcare as Best Places to Work in Healthcare in 2014: Allegan General Hospital (Allegan, MI),Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center (Chanute, KS) and King’s Daughters Medical Center (Brookhaven, MS).
With consistently strong employee satisfaction and high levels of employee engagement, each of these hospitals has appeared on the Modern Healthcare list in the past: Neosho Memorial has ranked in the top 100 since 2009, Allegan General Hospital has been recognized for the past five years and King’s Daughters Medical Center for the past three.
“We are honored to partner with successful hospitals that truly value their employees,” said QHR President and CEO Mickey Bilbrey. “The governing boards and leadership teams at these hospitals recognize the important connection between strong internal engagement and outstanding care, and in turn, their employees deliver exceptional service every day. We send our sincere congratulations to these fine hospitals and appreciate the opportunity to work with them.”
“I believe that employee satisfaction drives physician and patient satisfaction and helps us meet our quality metrics,” said Neosho Memorial CEO Dennis E. Franks. “My staff wants to provide the best care in the best place to practice medicine. Six years of recognition reflects this dedication.”
Modern Healthcare’s recognition program began in 2008 and is co-sponsored by the Studer Group, a nationally recognized organization that promotes best practices within healthcare. The program honors workplaces throughout the healthcare industry and judges in the categories of employee engagement and satisfaction. Modern Healthcare revealed the ranked order of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2014 on Oct. 23 in Chicago.