Best Hospitals & Health Systems to Work For


Adena Health System (Chillicothe, Ohio). Adena Health System is comprised of three hospitals and six regional clinics, with a total of 311 beds. [READ MORE]

Adventist Health System (Altamonte Springs, Fla.). As of 2016, Adventist Health System is a six-time winner of Gallup’s Great Workplace Award.[READ MORE]

Agnesian HealthCare (Fond du Lac, Wis.). Agnesian HealthCare, which has 3,830 associates, is a strong proponent of employee wellness and fitness. [READ MORE]

Anna Jaques Hospital (Newburyport, Mass.). Anna Jaques Hospital is a 123-bed independent, nonprofit community hospital that serves 17 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore and southern New Hampshire. [READ MORE]

Atlantic Health System (Morristown, N.J.). The nonprofit health system is comprised of six medical centers, a rehabilitation center and a home care and hospice company, as well as 600 community-based providers who are affiliated with the system through Atlantic Medical Group. [READ MORE]   

Bailey Medical Center (Owasso, Okla.). Bailey Medical Center, a 73-bed acute care hospital, offers a variety of unique benefits to its employees, such as weight loss surgery coverage of $2,500 per eligible participant. [READ MORE]

Baptist Health South Florida (Coral Gables, Fla.). Baptist Health South Florida is comprised of 15,000 employees and 2,200 physicians across seven hospitals. [READ MORE]

BayCare Health System (Clearwater, Fla.). BayCare is a nonprofit health system with 14 hospitals and more than 26,700 team members. [READ MORE]

Beaumont Health (Royal Oak, Mich.). Beaumont is a nonprofit organization formed by Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare in 2014. [READ MORE]

Benefis Health System (Great Falls, Mont.). Benefis Health System, a nonprofit community hospital system, has more than 3,000 employees and partners with more than 250 area physicians. [READ MORE]

Boca Raton (Fla.) Regional Hospital. Boca Raton Regional Hospital is a nonprofit, advanced tertiary medical center with 400 beds, more than 2,100 employees and over 800 primary and specialty physicians on staff. [READ MORE]

Bon Secours Richmond (Va.) Health System. Bon Secours Richmond Health System is part of Marriottsville, Md.-based Bon Secours Health System, which owns, manages or joint ventures 19 acute care hospitals. [READ MORE]

Boston Medical Center. Boston Medical Center places high value on diversity. Nearly half (46 percent) of its 6,300 employees identify with a minority group. [READ MORE]

Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston). A major teaching hospital of Boston-based Harvard Medical School, the 793-bed Brigham and Women’s Hospital includes 150 outpatient practices with more than 1,200 physicians and 15,000 staff members. [READ MORE]

Cabell Huntington (W.Va.) Hospital. Cabell Huntington Hospital is a 303-bed nonprofit regional referral center that serves more than 29 counties in West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio. [READ MORE]

Carolinas HealthCare System (Charlotte, N.C.). Carolinas HealthCare System is one of the largest health systems in the Southeast. [READ MORE]

Central Florida Health Alliance (Leesburg, Fla.). The Central Florida Health Alliance is comprised of Leesburg Regional Medical Center and The Villages Regional Hospital as well as the Care Delivery Alliance, a physician-hospital organization based in Lake County, Fla. [READ MORE]

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta encompasses three hospitals with a total of 575 licensed beds, more than 1,900 pediatricians and an overall team of 10,000 employees and 7,000 volunteers. [READ MORE]

Children’s Health (Dallas). Children’s Health is a pediatric healthcare provider in the U.S. with three full-service hospitals and the Children’s Medical Research at UT Southwestern in Dallas anchor the system.[READ MORE]

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has 527 beds and more than 1 million outpatient visits and inpatient admissions every year. [READ MORE]

Cleveland Clinic. The Cleveland Clinic team is made up of 51,960 employees across nine regional health centers, making Cleveland Clinic the largest private employer in Northeast Ohio. [READ MORE]

Confluence Health (Wenatchee, Wash.). Confluence Health has two hospitals with more than 3,600 employees, 270 physicians and 150 advanced practice clinicians.[READ MORE]

Connally Memorial Medical Center (Floresville, Texas). Connally Memorial Medical Center is a 44-bed acute care facility with a Level IV designated trauma center and a 10-bed emergency department. [READ MORE]

Dignity Health (San Francisco). Dignity Health is one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems, spanning 21 states with 9,000 physicians, 59,000 employees and 400-plus care centers. [READ MORE]

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota (Fla.). The 155-bed Doctors Hospital of Sarasota is part of Nashville, Tenn.-based Hospital Corporation of America. [READ MORE]

Elizabethtown (N.Y.) Community Hospital. Elizabethtown Community Hospital is a designated critical access hospital. [READ MORE]

Eskenazi Health (Indianapolis). Eskenazi Health is one of the largest safety-net health systems in the U.S. In addition to its main hospital campus, the system has more than 30 primary and mental healthcare sites throughout Indianapolis. [READ MORE]

EvergreenHealth (Kirkland, Wash.). EvergreenHealth is an integrated, two-hospital health system with nearly 3,000 employees, 950 physician partners and 1,100 volunteers. [READ MORE]

Franklin County Medical Center (Preston, Idaho). Franklin County Medical Center is a 20-bed critical access hospital with an attached 35-bed skilled nursing facility. [READ MORE]

Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare (St. Paul, Minn.). In 1897, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare became the first hospital in the U.S. specializing in pediatric disabilities. [READ MORE]

Great Plains Health (North Platte, Neb.). More than 1,000 employees and 90 physicians across 30 medical specialties comprise the team at Great Plains Health, a 116-bed acute care regional medical center serving central Nebraska, northern Kansas and southern South Dakota. [READ MORE]

Gundersen Health System (La Crosse, Wis.). Gundersen Health System is a physician-led, nonprofit health system with facilities throughout western Wisconsin, northeastern Iowa and southeastern Minnesota. [READ MORE]

Hackensack Meridian Health (Neptune, N.J.). Hackensack Meridian Health is a leading not-for-profit health care organization that is the most comprehensive and truly integrated health care network in New Jersey, offering a complete range of medical services, innovative research and life-enhancing care. [READ MORE]

Hendrick Health System (Abilene, Texas). The Hendrick Health System includes more than 3,000 staff members across a 522-bed medical center, a women’s center, rehabilitation hospital and cancer center. [READ MORE]

Hillcrest Hospital South (Tulsa, Okla.). Hillcrest Hospital South is a 180-bed acute care medical center in South Tulsa with a team of 813 employees. [READ MORE]

Houston Methodist. Houston Methodist has 20,000 employees across its seven hospitals and other care facilities, including more than 4,500 physicians. [READ MORE]

Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City, Utah). Intermountain boasts 22 hospitals, approximately 1,400 employed primary care and specialty care physicians and 37,000 employees across the system. [READ MORE]

Lafayette (La.) General Health. Lafayette General Health is a nonprofit, community-owned regional health system with six hospitals and more than 4,000 employees. [READ MORE]

Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Health. Lakeland Regional Health is a nonprofit system with more than 5,000 full- and part-time employees. [READ MORE]

Licking Memorial Health Systems (Newark, Ohio). With roots dating back to 1898, Licking Memorial Health Systems includes 227-bed Licking Memorial Hospital, a multispecialty physician group and the Licking Memorial Health Foundation. [READ MORE]

Lincoln (Neb.) Surgical Hospital. Founded in 1994, physician-owned Lincoln Surgical Hospital is the only multispecialty surgical hospital in Nebraska. [READ MORE]

Lourdes Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey (Willingboro). A partnership between Camden, N.J.-based based Lourdes Health System and Charlotte, N.C.-based Acuity Healthcare, Lourdes Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey is a 69-bed long-term acute care hospital that is 100 percent employee owned. [READ MORE]

Lovelace Westside Hospital (Albuquerque, N.M.). Part of Lovelace Health System, 80-bed Lovelace Westside Hospital has provided care to Rio Rancho and Westside residents since 1985.[READ MORE]

Mat-Su Regional Medical Center (Palmer, Alaska). Mat-Su Regional Medical Center has provided care to residents of southcentral Alaska and the Mat-Su Valley. [READ MORE]

Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.). Mayo Clinic has 64,000 workers spread across its major campuses in Rochester; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz.[READ MORE]

Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston). A 999-bed medical center, Massachusetts General admits about 48,000 inpatients and handles nearly 1.5 million outpatient visits each year. [READ MORE]

McAlester (Okla.) Regional Health Center. McAlester Regional Health Center is a 171-bed hospital with approximately 800 full-time employees. [READ MORE]

MemorialCare Health System (Fountain Valley, Calif.). MemorialCare Health System is an integrated health system that includes six hospitals, two medical groups, a health plan and numerous outpatient health centers, surgery centers and imaging centers. [READ MORE]

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York City). Providing patient care for more than 130 years, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is the oldest and largest private cancer center in the world.[READ MORE]

Mercy Health System (Janesville, Wis.). Over the last 25 years, Mercy Health System has grown from a standalone hospital to an integrated health system with 70 facilities serving communities throughout southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.[READ MORE]

Methodist Health System (Dallas). Methodist Health System’s roots date back to 1927 when its founders opened Dallas Methodist Hospital. [READ MORE]

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (Memphis, Tenn.). Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is a nonprofit system with six hospitals in west Tennessee. [READ MORE]

MetroHealth System (Cleveland). With roots dating back to 1837, MetroHealth System has grown into an integrated health system with an acute care hospital, a skilled nursing facility and more than 25 locations throughout Cuyahoga County. [READ MORE]

Miami Children’s Health System. Miami Children’s Health System is home to 289-bed Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, which has more than 650 attending physicians and more than 130 pediatric subspecialists. [READ MORE]

Mount Sinai Health System (New York City). Mount Sinai Health System employs 38,000 people across its seven hospital campuses and other locations.[READ MORE]

NorthShore University HealthSystem (Evanston, Ill.). With roots dating back to 1891, NorthShore University HealthSystem consists of four hospitals and a medical group with more than 800 primary care physicians and specialists. [READ MORE]

Northwell Health (New Hyde Park, N.Y.). Northwell Health is New York’s largest private employer, with 61,000 employees.[READ MORE]

Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (Chicago). Northwestern Memorial HealthCare is an academic health system that includes seven hospitals and more than 100 ambulatory sites. [READ MORE]

Ochsner Health System (New Orleans). Ochsner owns, manages or is affiliated with 28 hospitals and more than 60 health centers across southeast Louisiana, making it the largest nonprofit, academic, multispecialty system in the region. [READ MORE]

OhioHealth (Columbus). With roots dating back to 1891, OhioHealth has grown over the years to include 11 hospitals, more than 50 ambulatory sites, and 28,000 associates, physicians and volunteers. [READ MORE]

Orange County–Irvine (Calif.) Medical Center. Orange County–Irvine Medical Center is part of Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente, which includes 38 hospitals, 651 medical offices and more than 11.3 million members of its health plans. [READ MORE]

Parrish Medical Center (Titusville, Fla.). Founded in 1958, Parrish Medical Center is named after the Parrish family who first donated land for a 28-bed facility. [READ MORE]

Phoenix Children’s Hospital. With more than 4,100 staff members, Phoenix Children’s Hospital is among the 40 largest employers in Arizona.[READ MORE]

PinnacleHealth System (Harrisburg, Pa.). Pinnacle Health System is a nonprofit health system with three hospital campuses that have a total of 636 beds. [READ MORE]

ProMedica (Toledo, Ohio). ProMedica sees more than 4.7 million patient encounters annually across its system of 12 hospitals, six ambulatory surgery centers and more than 300 other facilities. [READ MORE]

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center (Mission Hills, Calif.). Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is a 377-bed nonprofit hospital that offers both inpatient and outpatient care. [READ MORE]

Regional One Health (Memphis, Tenn.). Founded in 1829, Regional One Health is the oldest health system in Tennessee. [READ MORE]

Riverside Healthcare (Kankakee, Ill.). Riverside Healthcare is an integrated healthcare system that includes 312-bed Riverside Medical Center.[READ MORE]

RWJ Barnabas Health (West Orange, N.J.). In March 2016, West Orange-based Barnabas Health merged with New Brunswick, N.J.-based Robert Wood Johnson Health System to create RWJ Barnabas Health. [READ MORE]

Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Health Care System. Sarasota Memorial Health Care System is an 819-bed regional medical center with specialized expertise in heart, vascular and neuroscience services.[READ MORE]

Scripps Health (San Diego). With four San Diego hospitals on five campuses, Scripps Health offers a variety of services, including more than 100 medical and surgical specialties as well as hospice and home care. [READ MORE]

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Seattle Cancer Care Alliance brings together research teams and specialist from three Seattle-based organizations: Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital. [READ MORE]

Sharp HealthCare (San Diego). Sharp HealthCare is a nonprofit system that includes four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals, three affiliated medical groups and a spectrum of other facilities and services. [READ MORE]

Southern Ohio Medical Center (Portsmouth). Founded in 1954, Southern Ohio Medical Center is a 222-bed nonprofit hospital with 2,200 employees and a medical staff of more than 140 physicians and specialists. [READ MORE]

Southwestern Vermont Health Care (Bennington, Vt.). This integrated health system operates a 99-bed community hospital, 150-bed nursing facility, full-service cancer center and three primary care campuses. [READ MORE]

St. Joseph Health (Irvine, Calif.). This integrated healthcare delivery system, which employs more than 25,000 individuals, includes 16 hospitals, physician organizations, home health agencies and hospice care in addition to outpatient services. [READ MORE]

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.). A nonprofit research hospital, St. Jude employs nearly 4,000 people and has been a leader in pediatric cancer treatment since its founding in 1962. [READ MORE]

Ste. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital (Ste. Genevieve, Mo.). This 25-bed critical access hospital operates seven satellite primary and specialized healthcare offices, a specialty clinic and a cancer research hospital with its roughly 390 employees. [READ MORE]

SwedishAmerican (Rockford, Ill.). SwedishAmerican, a division of Madison, Wis.-based UW Health, includes an acute care hospital, medical center, outpatient cancer center and network of 30 primary care and multispecialty clinics. [READ MORE]

Texas Health Resources (Arlington, Texas). This nonprofit health system operates 24 acute care and short-stay hospitals in the north Texas region, including Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South.[READ MORE]

Thompson Health (Canandaigua, N.Y.). Employing roughly 1,500 associates, Thompson Health is an affiliate of the University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medical Center. [READ MORE]

Trinitas Regional Medical Center (Elizabeth, N.J.). This Catholic teaching hospital, which employs almost 2,800 individuals, developed its “Pat on the Back” awards program to recognize employees who go above and beyond on a continuous basis. [READ MORE]

Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center (Leitchfield, Ky.). Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center is a 75-bed hospital serving a six-county area with a population of roughly 115,000. [READ MORE]

UAB Medicine (Birmingham, Ala.). UAB Medicine encompasses UAB Hospital, The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital, UAB School of Medicine, University of Alabama Health Services Foundation, UAB Callahan Eye Hospital and UAB Health System. [READ MORE]

UCHealth (Aurora, Colo.). UCHealth, which has roughly 15,000 employees, combines academic research and a clinical care system. [READ MORE]

University of Michigan Health System (Ann Arbor, Mich.). With roughly 26,000 employees, the University of Michigan Health System saw more than 2 million patient clinic visits, more than 54,000 surgical cases and almost 50,000 hospital discharges in 2016. [READ MORE]

University of Missouri Health Care (Columbia, Mo.). This health system, which employs approximately 6,000 healthcare professionals, encompasses five hospitals and 57 clinics. [READ MORE]

UW Health (Madison, Wis.). UW Health, an academic health system, consists of six hospitals, six regional cancer centers and more than 40 clinics, along with other joint ventures and affiliations. [READ MORE]

Woman’s Hospital (Baton Rouge, La.). This hospital, which is has 1,831 employees, performs more than 7,500 surgeries, 44,000 mammograms, 59,000 pap screens and delivers 8,720 babies each year. [READ MORE]


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