For the 5th time, St. Joseph’s Health has been named among the nation’s 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker's Hospital Review/Becker's ASC Review for providing outstanding benefits, workplace culture, professional development opportunities and excellent work environments that promote employee collaboration and satisfaction.
According to Becker’s, St. Joseph’s Health offers a full spectrum of health benefits with the addition of legal protection, supplemental disability, critical illness and group accident options. The system's wellness-at-work program sponsors free or hospital subsidized health activities for employees, including on-site weight loss and nutritional support programs, health screenings and routine vaccinations in addition to wellness programs for physical and emotional support. In 2015, St. Joseph's Health had an employee retention rate of 87.6 percent and a nursing vacancy rate of 2.9 percent.
Other top tier healthcare organizations selected along with SJH as among the 2016 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare list include Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA; Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; Methodist Health System, Dallas, TX; and Miami Children’s Health System, Miami, FL.
About Becker’s Hospital Review and Becker’s ASC Review
Becker's Hospital Review: Becker's Hospital Review features up-to-date business and legal news and analysis relating to hospitals and health systems. Content is geared toward high-level hospital leaders (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CIOs, etc.), and we work to provide valuable content, including hospital and health system news, best practices and legal guidance specifically for these decision-makers. Each of the 12 annual issues of Becker's Hospital Review reaches a qualified audience of approximately 18,500 healthcare leaders.
Becker's ASC Review: Becker's ASC Review features general business, legal and clinical guidance on topics relevant to outpatient surgery including joint-ventures, development and expansion, and regulatory and compliance issues; as well as analysis and insight for specialties including bariatrics, orthopedics and spine, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, ENT and anesthesiology. Each of the nine annual issues of the publication reaches a qualified audience of more than 25,000 key ASC leaders, including surgeons, medical directors, directors of surgery and ASC administrators. Further, every ASC in the nation receives Becker's ASC Review.