Founded in 1811, Massachusetts General Hospital is the third oldest general hospital in the United States and the oldest and largest in New England. The 900-plus bed medical center offers sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty of medicine and surgery. Mass General conducts the largest hospital-based research program in the United States and it is the oldest and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Mass General is the largest nongovernmental employer in the city of Boston, with more than 26,000 employees.more »
Headquartered in 6855 Red Rd.
Coral Gables FL, United States 33143
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The Best Place To Be Your Best
What is it that makes Baptist Health South Florida distinctive and unique among other healthcare organizations? Quite simply, it’s our commitment to putting quality first in everything we do.
Everything we do at Baptist Health South Florida, we do to the best of our ability. That includes supporting our team with extensive training programs, millions of dollars in tuition assistance, comprehensive benefits and more. The people who succeed at Baptist Health South Florida are those who are looking for an environment where accomplishments are expected, appreciated and rewarded. The best place to be your best is here.
Working here means consistently achieving – and exceeding – your personal best. Being better than you were yesterday, and knowing that you can do even more tomorrow. Functioning as part of a team that helps to lift one another up to the highest levels of performance.
Baptist Health South Florida is a place where people who take pride in what they do can have ongoing opportunities to do it better. It is a true description of our workplace here at Baptist Health South Florida and a promise that we can make to our employees, as each of us works together to deliver quality patient-centered care.
Baptist Health South Florida is once again one of the 2017 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For. This is the 17th time Baptist Health has been named to the prestigious list and is the only healthcare provider in the state to be ranked. This recognition is based on employee ratings of their workplace culture, including the level of trust they feel towards leaders, the pride they take in their jobs and the camaraderie they experience with co-workers.
Baptist Health South Florida is the largest healthcare organization in the region, with eight hospitals (Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Fishermen’s Community Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Mariners Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital), more than 50 outpatient and urgent care facilities, Baptist Health Medical Group, Baptist Health Quality Network and internationally renowned centers of excellence. A not-for-profit organization supported by philanthropy and committed to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence, Baptist Health has approximately 16,000 employees and 2,400 affiliated physicians.
The Miami Cancer Institute and proton therapy center will usher in a new era of innovative, precision cancer treatment that is unmatched in South Florida today. Our not-for-profit facility is on track to bring nationally renowned oncology experts to what will become a world-class destination for patients from across the U.S., the Caribbean and Latin America.
Our International Center of Miami is one of the largest hospital-based international programs in America. Thousands of people each year travel to Miami from around the world to visit our respected physicians and our medical facilities.
Headquartered in 6550 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77030
As a diverse, inclusive and growing health care system, we offer a lifetime of meaningful careers within our many facilities. Facilities within the Houston Methodist hospital system include:
Houston Methodist Hospital Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital Houston Methodist St. Catherine Hospital Houston Methodist St. John Hospital Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Houston Methodist West Hospital Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital Houston Methodist Global Health Care Services Houston Methodist International Houston Methodist Research Institute Houston Methodist Specialty Physician Group
Houston Methodist is comprised of a nationally recognized academic medical center and seven community hospitals with a history of health care innovation. Our flagship hospital, Houston Methodist Hospital, recently was named by U.S. News & World Report as one of the country’s top 20 hospitals, making the prestigious Honor Roll – and was ranked the No. 1 hospital in Texas for the fifth consecutive year. We have consistently been recognized by several national organizations as one of the nation’s best places to work.
Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city, was named the “Best City in America” by Business Insider, and is one of the nation’s most attractive markets for registered nurses.more »
Headquartered in 111 East 210th Street, The Bronx, New York City, New York
Montefiore Medical Center, in the Norwood section of the Bronx, New York, is a teaching hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. It is named for Moses Montefiore and is one of the 50 largest employers in New York State.
At Texas Children’s Hospital the opportunities are endless.
Recently ranked as the 4th best children’s hospital in the nation, the best in Texas, and one of only 11 hospitals on the 2016-2017 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll. All are amazing accomplishments, especially considering our relatively short 60 year history, but we are never satisfied. We are always pushing for better results, because we know that what really matters is delivering the best possible care and service to the patients and families who entrust us with their lives.
In this ongoing pursuit, we understand the key to success is our people. We are always looking to find talented, driven individuals who want a career where they can thrive in a fast-paced and rewarding environment. Discover more about us, search our open positions, and see if you may be the right fit for our team.more »
Health care is changing. Today, there are more treatment options and more ways to be well and stay healthy. Yale New Haven Health is making it easier for people to access the latest medical treatments, advanced research and innovations through our three outstanding hospitals – Yale New Haven, Bridgeport and Greenwich – and our affiliation with the prestigious Yale University and its highly-ranked Yale School of Medicine.
We're working together to make health care more patient-focused, more accessible and more cost-effective. And we pride ourselves in recruiting the best and brightest talent to do help achieve this while maintaining our excellent reputation. When you come to Yale New Haven Health, you won't just have a new job, you'll have the opportunity to pursue a career, work with leaders in medicine and be part of the cutting edge of your field. Our opportunities are some of the most challenging and rewarding careers in the healthcare field.more »
For more than 100 years, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has been a leader in pediatric medicine. Today, with three hospitals, more than 26 neighborhood locations including the Marcus Autism Center, and an extensive network of physicians and pediatric specialists, we have gained national recognition for excellence in cardiac, cancer, neonatal, orthopaedic and transplant care. We care for patients from all 159 Georgia counties and beyond, registering more than 800,000 unique patient visits each year. While Children’s continues to grow in size and scope, our mission remains the same: to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow.
Children’s is a well-regarded and sought-after workplace for both clinical and nonclinical staff. More than 9,200 professionals from almost every career path help us fulfill our corporate mission, from lawyers and writers to publicists and technology specialists. We are consistently ranked among the “Best Places to Work” by publications such as Fortune, Working Mother and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Generous benefits, employee health programs and a commitment to work-life balance help make Children’s a top choice for people seeking fulfilling careers at a not-for-profit organization. It’s through teamwork at every level of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, with people like you, that we are able to achieve excellence in pediatric care.more »
Headquartered in Our ten hospitals in Central Florida include:
• Florida Hospital Altamonte
• Florida Hospital Apopka
• Florida Hospital Celebration Health
• Florida Hospital East Orlando
• Florida Hospital for Children
• Florida Hospital Kissimmee
• Florida Hospital Lake Mary ER
• Florida Hospital Orlando
• Florida Hospital Winter Garden
• Florida Hospital Winter Park
As the largest hospital system in Central Florida and the busiest hospital in the nation, Florida Hospital cares for more than one million patients a year. First established in 1908, Florida Hospital is a faith-based, acute-care, not-for-profit health care organization in a fast-growing, tri-county area of Central Florida. We are:
• Ranked the #1 hospital in the state of Florida by U.S. News & World Report. • Named A Top 100 Company for Working Families by the Orlando Sentinel. • The third-largest employer in the Central Florida area. • Part of a larger faith-based network of 24 hospitals in the Florida Adventist Health System. • Distinguished as the main flagship facility of the entire 44 Hospital Adventist Health System. • One of the premier health care systems in all of the United States, in all major medical specialties. • Through our community outreach staff members dedicated their time and talents to areas of need here in Central Florida and throughout the world.
Our ten hospitals include:
• Florida Hospital Altamonte • Florida Hospital Apopka • Florida Hospital Celebration Health • Florida Hospital East Orlando • Florida Hospital for Children • Florida Hospital Kissimmee • Florida Hospital Lake Mary ER • Florida Hospital Orlando • Florida Hospital Winter Garden • Florida Hospital Winter Park
Our Mission: Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ
You can get to know who we are and what truly makes us different, by our holistic view of caring, with a mission to heal the mind, body and spirit of each person we touch. It is more than just a commitment to health care; it is a commitment to whole care.
Few hospital systems can match the uniqueness of Florida Hospital’s faith-based atmosphere. We hold a belief that we are each doing God’s work in our own special way. This creates an environment of respect for one another, where we work to fulfill our individual potential and share our gifts with the world. The Florida Hospital team is open and welcoming to people of all faiths and backgrounds. Come here and know that you belong.
Life in Central Florida: Orlando and the Surrounding Communities
Famous attractions. Easy beach access in minutes. Beautiful parks, natural springs and lakes. Wonderful and unique neighborhoods for with down-home and upscale shopping and outlet malls. Gourmet dining. Professional sports. World-class golf courses. You name it … because living in Central Florida has something to offer everyone!
Florida Hospital affords equal opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment, regardless of race, creed, color, disability, sex, age, national origin or marital status.more »
Headquartered in 300 Pasteur Drive
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Stanford Health Care, with multiple facilities throughout the Bay Area, is internationally renowned for leading edge and coordinated care in cancer care, neurosciences, cardiovascular medicine, surgery, organ transplant, medicine specialties, and primary care. Throughout its history, Stanford has been at the forefront of discovery and innovation, as researchers and clinicians work together to improve health, alleviate suffering, and translate medical breakthroughs into better ways to deliver patient care. Stanford Health Care: Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time.
At Stanford Health Care, your career is supported within a distinctive hospital culture. This environment compliments the pioneering, collaborative atmosphere that has earned us our worldwide reputation for excellence.more »
With 21,000 employees and 5,500 affiliated physicians, Memorial Hermann is a world-class organization ranked one of the nation's Top 5 large health systems by Truven Health for patient safety and quality.
As the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas, Memorial Hermann offers world-class facilities and rewards our dedicated employees with competitive pay, relocation assistance, tuition reimbursement and shift differentials.
From robot-assisted surgery to our designation as Houston's first Primary Stroke Center, we are continually leading the way in medical advancements. Memorial Hermann serves as headquarters for the Life Flight® air ambulance program, provides Houston's only burn treatment center and performs more neurosurgeries than any other hospital in Houston. By establishing the nation's first complete, citywide Chest Pain Center network and the region's largest Stroke Network, we offer the community quicker access to life-saving care.more »
Headquartered in 34th St. & Civic Center Blvd.
Philadelphia PA, United States 19104
501 to 1,000 employees
In the City of Brotherly Love, sick little boys and girls have a place to get better at the The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). As a leading pediatric hospital, CHOP also has one of the largest pediatric research programs in the world. The nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to the care of children, it has about 460 beds at its primary facility and is a leader in formal pediatric medical training, pediatric emergency medicine, and adolescent medicine. In addition to its main hospital facilities, CHOP operates a pediatric health care network with owned or affiliated offices, clinics, and research facilities in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The hospital was founded in 1855.
CHOP is consistently ranked among the best pediatric health facilities in the nation. Its primary specialties are diabetes care, neonatology, cardiology, pulmonary care, endocrinology, gastroenterology, urology, orthopedics, and oncology. The hospital's extended regional network includes the CHOP Care Network, a group of about 50 pediatric practices and specialty care centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
CHOP's doctors also provide pediatric care at half a dozen affiliated hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as neonatal care at about 10 regional hospitals including Pennsylvania Hospital, Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center, and Shore Memorial Hospital.
The hospital conducts hundreds of research programs under the auspices of its Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute, and many programs are conducted in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania. Its research programs include investigations into pediatric AIDS, fetal surgery, sickle cell disease, and child safety. CHOP also conducts medical training and residency programs in partnership with University of Pennsylvania.
CHOP expanded its research capabilities in 2010 by opening a $400 million research tower. The Colket Translational Research Building holds four laboratory floors (two of which are focused on cancer research), a two-story ground floor lobby, and four administrative office floors, three of which are convertible to future laboratory use. The main CHOP hospital building also added a new patient care wing in 2009, expanding its bed count to meet the growing needs of area residents.
Future growth plans include CHOP's ambitious South Campus program. The hospital is building new outpatient buildings, imaging centers, and day medicine centers on its South Campus at a cost of about $1 billion. The South Campus will also include new research facilities.
Like many other health care providers, CHOP faces some challenges related to health reform measures and reimbursement changes in the US. The hospital is especially reliant on reimbursement from Medicaid, which is the largest national payer of pediatric services. However, its strong industry ranking, research program funding, and private insurance reimbursement rates balance the reliance on federal and state health programs.more »
Headquartered in 4275 Campus Point Ct.
San Diego CA, United States 92121
Scripps Health houses many a script-writing physician in its hospitals. The not-for-profit health system serves the San Diego area through four acute-care hospitals on five campuses. Altogether the health system is home to 1,400 inpatient beds and a network of outpatient clinics. The system also offers home health care and operates community outreach programs. Its hospitals, along with more than 20 outpatient Scripps Clinic and Scripps Coastal Medical Center locations, employ more than 2,600 affiliated general practice and specialty physicians. The Scripps Health Foundation raises philanthropic funds for Scripps Health is affiliated with biomedical research center The Scripps Research Institute.
The health network's facilities include the 700-bed Scripps Mercy Hospital, which has a main campus in San Diego and a satellite campus in Chula Vista, as well as Scripps Green Hospital (173 beds in La Jolla), Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas (160 beds), and Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (310 beds). Scripps Health is also the official health care provider for the San Diego Padres baseball team.
Each year, the not-for-profit Scripps Health organization brings in more than $2 billion in annual revenues. Its reported earnings were more than $2.4 billion in 2011, primarily sourced to patient service revenues. The company also brings in some funds from government grants, commercial research partnerships, and charitable donations. Scripps Health provides some $320 million in unreimbursed and charity care services each year, as well.
As a major provider in the larger San Diego area, Scripps Health is constantly evaluating its scope of services to meet ever-increasing demand for health care. The company is building several outpatient clinics including cancer treatment and cardiac care centers. It is also expanding and upgrading its hospitals; for instance, the La Jolla hospital is adding a $456 million, 170-bed cardiovascular institute (scheduled to open in 2015), and the Encinitas center is undergoing a $94 million expansion project (scheduled for completion in 2014) that includes the addition of a new ER and critical care wing.
The health system's overall strategy is to remain on the cutting edge of technology in order to treat patients more effectively, therefore reporting better patient outcomes (making itself eligible for certain government incentives). It also aims to make itself the destination of choice for patients (both locally and globally) for heart, cancer care, and other types of specialty care.
In addition, Scripps Health has launched an initiative to increase the number of clinical trials conducted at its facilities in partnership with pharmaceutical and medical device companies. While Scripps Health continues to grow, the company keeps an eye on its bottom line, continuing to evaluate its budget on a regular basis to reduce expenses when necessary. more »
Headquartered in 200 1st St. SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world. Doctors from every medical specialty work together to care for patients, joined by common systems and a philosophy of "the needs of the patient come first." More than 3,800 physicians and scientists and 60,000 allied health staff work at Mayo Clinic, which has sites in Rochester, Minn., Jacksonville, Fla., and Scottsdale/Phoenix, Ariz. Mayo Clinic also serves over 75 communities through Mayo Clinic Health System with locations in MN, IA, GA, and WI. Collectively, these locations care for more than 1 million people each year.
We offer an environment brings together the best in patient care, groundbreaking research and innovative medical education. Our multi- disciplinary group practice focuses on providing high quality, compassionate medical care. Being a part of Mayo Clinic’s large institution allows for more work-life balance, competitive compensation and generous benefits, career security and the ability to manage and coordinate patient care in the most efficient ways possible. Discover these and many other reasons why we’re recognized by FORTUNE magazine as one of the top 100 “Best Companies to Work For”.more »
Headquartered in 525 E. 68th St.
New York NY, United States 10065
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is a learned institution: The organization is affiliated with both the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons and the Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. NewYork-Presbyterian comprises two medical centers, Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center, which conduct educational and research programs in partnership with the universities. The two facilities combined have about 2,400 beds and offer patients specialized programs for burns, digestive diseases, pediatrics, women's health, gene therapy, infertility, and other conditions. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is part of the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.
In addition to its flagship campuses NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital operates the Allen Hospital (a small community hospital in Manhattan) and the Westchester Division (an inpatient mental health facility). The broader NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System operates facilities in other areas of New York, as well as in New Jersey and Connecticut.
The NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System's Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital is located at the NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia campus. Construction efforts to upgrade the hospital's facilities include a new $50 million children's emergency department at the Morgan Stanley facility in 2011 and expansion efforts at the Allen Hospital (formerly known as the Allen Pavilion).
In 2010 the NewYork Presbyterian Hospital opened an eating disorders clinic at the Westchester location, a digestive care center at the Weill Cornell campus, and a new six-story cardiovascular care wing at the Columbia campus. To enhance its IT systems and its customer care initiatives, in 2009 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital launched myNYP, an electronic personal health record system that allows patients to access their medical data online.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital reported $3.7 billion in revenue for 2011.
Medicare and Medicaid recipients account for about 60% of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's patients. Commercial managed care organizations and insurance firms, as well as self-pay customers, account for the rest.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital was formed through the 1998 merger of the New York Hospital (founded in 1771) and the Presbyterian Hospital (founded in 1868). New York Hospital was known for advancing care in areas including women's health and surgery, while the Presbyterian Hospital was known for its pediatric division and its cancer center.more »
For over 150 years, Brigham and Women’s Hospital has been the birthplace of legendary medicine. A merger of three of Harvard’s most prestigious teaching hospitals, BWH is internationally renowned for the work we do, the research we conduct, and the quality of care we give our patients. In fact, US News and World Report has named us to their Honor Roll as one of the nation’s top hospitals for over 20 consecutive years. Just as we have been able to reinvent healthcare, we have also transformed healthcare careers. Our highly respected mentors respect those they teach. Our joyful camaraderie permeates our environment. Our spectacular benefits defy convention. Our passion for patient care affects everything we do. Brigham and Women’s Hospital is truly inspiring. For patients and employees, there’s no better place to be.more »
Ochsner Health System is Louisiana’s largest non-profit, academic, healthcare system. Driven by a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate, coordinated clinical and hospital patient care is provided across the region by Ochsner's 29 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and more than 80 health centers and urgent care centers. Ochsner is the only Louisiana hospital recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a “Best Hospital” across four specialty categories caring for patients from all 50 states and more than 80 countries worldwide each year. Ochsner employs more than 18,000 employees and over 1,100 physicians in over 90 medical specialties and subspecialties, and conducts more than 600 clinical research studies. Ochsner Health System is proud to be a tobacco-free environment. For more information, please visit ochsner.org and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
There's never been a more exciting time to join the Ochsner team! We've made a lot of progress since opening the doors in 1942, but one thing has never changed—our commitment to serve, heal, lead, educate and innovate. We believe that every award earned, every record broken and every patient helped is thanks to the dedicated employees who fill our hallways.
As a member of the Ochsner family, you will be able to benefit from the ample opportunities and lend your hand in contributing and developing new, cutting edge technology and processes to enhance patient care. The best and the brightest work with us because they find the work challenging and rewarding - because their input is valued and their opinions respected. Here, there is room to grow and people who want the best for you and your family. Here, you matter.more »
Headquartered in 1653 W. Congress Pkwy.
Chicago IL, United States 60612
With its comprehensive health care offerings and multiple facilities, Rush System for Health is in a hurry to get Chicagoans hale and hearty. The health system's cornerstone is the Rush University Medical Center, a more than 670-bed academic medical facility that includes a medical school (Rush University), a children's hospital, and an inpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility (the Johnston R. Bowman Health Center). The Rush System family also includes Rush-Copley Medical Center, Rush North Shore Medical Center, and affiliated community hospitals Rush Oak Park Hospital and Riverside HealthCare.
The system's Rush University boasts a medical school and degree programs in nursing and other health fields. The system also performs biomedical research and offers residency and fellowship programs in numerous specialties.
The system is set to open a new hospital tower in 2012 to equip our the hospital's caregivers with the latest technology and operations for more collaboration between physicians and students. The hospital also recently opened a new orthopedic center to meet increased demand and to be used as a site for bone and joint research for residents and students.more »
Headquartered in 30 Prospect Ave.
Hackensack NJ, United States 07601
5,001 to 10,000 employees
Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) is an acute care teaching and research hospital that serves the residents of northern New Jersey and parts of New York. The hospital, which was founded in 1888 with 12 beds, now has about 775 beds and staffs more than 2,200 medical professionals. HUMC administers general medical, surgical, emergency, and diagnostic care. The medical center also includes specialized treatment centers including a children's hospital, a women's hospital, a cancer center, and a heart and vascular hospital. HUMC is part of the Hackensack University Health Network, which also includes a physician practice group and a joint venture that operates two community hospitals.
HUMC helps train future dentists and doctors through its affiliation with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. It expanded its education programs in 2012 by partnering with the Stevens Institute of Technology to offer joint biomedical training programs.
The hospital also performs research through the David Joseph Jurist Research Center for Tomorrow's Children. The center has roughly 475 research programs in operation at any given time.
To expand its services, HUMC completed construction of its new John Theurer Cancer Center in late 2010, giving it one of the largest comprehensive cancer centers in the US. The center includes diagnostic and treatment units that focus on specific types of cancers. HUMC also broke ground on a $35 million project to expand and renovate its trauma and emergency facilities in 2012 (scheduled to open in 2015).
Hackensack University Health Network is increasing its partnerships and affiliations with other regional care providers, following the trend of US hospitals seeking to improve and lower the cost of health care through shared services and resources. The network partnered up with Texas-based LPH Hospital Group in 2012 to reopen the Pascack Valley Hospital (now HackensackUMC Pascack) in Westwood, New Jersey. Hackensack took over the bankrupt facility's ER back in 2007, and in 2012 the joint venture launched a $90 million project to revamp the rest of the 130-bed acute-care community hospital.
Hackensack University Health Network also formed a joint venture with an area physician group to open two ambulatory surgery centers in 2012, and it entered a collaboration with CVS Caremark's MinuteClinic to open new urgent care centers.
To simplify its operations, HUMC sold its hospice operations to Amedisys in 2011. The health provider previously sold its home health agency to Amedisys in 2009 to generate revenue and control costs after struggling with financial losses throughout the year due to declining admissions.
Mergers and Acquisitions
To extend its network of facilities in the region, in 2012 the joint venture between Hackensack University Health Network and Legacy Partners acquired Mountainside Hospital (now HackensackUMC Mountainside), a 365-bed hospital located in Montclair, from Merit Health Systems for some $190 million.more »
University of Florida Health (UF Health) is a medical network associated with the University of Florida. It includes two academic hospitals – UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville and UF Health Jacksonville in Jacksonville – and several other hospitals and facilities in North Florida. It used to be known as Shands Healthcare and UF&Shands.
Cleveland Clinic, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is a not-for-profit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 by four renowned physicians with a vision of providing outstanding patient care based upon the principles of cooperation, compassion and innovation. U.S. News & World Report consistently names Cleveland Clinic as one of the nation's best hospitals in its annual "America's Best Hospitals" survey. Approximately 1,800 full-time salaried physicians and researchers at Cleveland Clinic and Cleveland Clinic Florida represent more than 100 medical specialties and subspecialties. In 2006, there were 3.1 million outpatient visits to Cleveland Clinic. Patients came for treatment from every state and from more than 80 countries. There were more than 53,000 hospital admissions to Cleveland Clinic in 2006.more »
Headquartered in Good Samaritan Hospital
2425 Samaritan Dr
San Jose, CA 95124
Phone: (408) 559-2011
1,001 to 5,000 employees
For us, it's all about people.
At Good Samaritan Hospital, you'll find that caring extends to both our patients and our people.
We are committed to each other because when we join together, our patients are cared for in the safest and most compassionate way. Are you looking for an employer with many different career options and a people-focused culture? You’ve come to the right place.
Working For Us
Our hospital offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package. And being a part of the much larger HCA system provides individuals with the ability to transfer within its 165 hospital network. This is a great plus to those whose lives take them to different parts of the country. A team of passionate, experienced healthcare professionals awaits you.
A few benefits offered: insurance plans (medical, dental, vision and life), long- and short-term disability, flexible spending accounts, long-term care insurance, 401k with company match, paid time off, extended illness benefit, employee assistance program, employee recognition programs, childcare assistance, and discounted tickets to many local attractions and major events.
Helping You Grow
Education and preparation are two key elements in providing the high-quality care that is delivered in our hospital every day. Through the following programs, employees within our facility have the opportunity to obtain a higher level of education, and be well prepared for their roles in our hospital. We offer tuition reimbursement, and continuing education and leadership development.more »
Headquartered in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Since its beginning in 1902, Cedars-Sinai has evolved to meet the healthcare needs of one of the most diverse regions in the nation, continually setting new standards for quality and innovation in patient care, research, teaching and community service.
Today, Cedars-Sinai is widely known for its national leadership in transforming healthcare for the benefit of patients.
Cedars-Sinai is one of the largest nonprofit academic medical centers in the U.S., with 886 licensed beds, 2,100 physicians, 2,800 nurses and thousands of other healthcare professionals and staff. Clinical programs range from primary care for preventing, diagnosing and treating common conditions to specialized treatments for rare, complex and advanced illnesses. In addition, Cedars-Sinai serves the community through its Medical Network, which includes the highly rated Cedars-Sinai Medical Group and Cedars-Sinai Health Associates.
Cedars-Sinai has consistently been named one of America’s Best Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, has received the National Research Corporation’s Consumer Choice Award 19 years in a row for providing the highest-quality medical care in Los Angeles, and has the longest-running Magnet designation for nursing excellence in California.
Cedars-Sinai is a leader in the clinical care and research of heart disease, cancer and brain disorders, among other areas. Pioneering research achievements include using cardiac stem cells to repair damaged hearts, developing minimally invasive surgical techniques and discovering new types of drugs to target cancer more precisely.
Cedars-Sinai also impacts the future of healthcare through education programs that encompass everything from highly competitive medical residency and fellowship programs to a biomedical science and translational medicine PhD program, advanced training for nurses and educational opportunities for allied health professionals. Most notably, Cedars-Sinai demonstrates a longstanding commitment to strengthening the Los Angeles community through wide-ranging programs that improve the health of its most vulnerable residents.more »
Headquartered in 1 Tampa General Circle
Tampa FL, United States 33606
1,001 to 5,000 employees
Tampa General Hospital (TGH) keeps the medical tempo humming in west-central Florida. The medical center provides general medical and surgical care, as well as tertiary offerings including a Level 1 trauma center, a burn unit, a pediatric ward, women's and cardiovascular centers, and an organ transplant unit. The not-for-profit hospital has about 960 acute-care beds, as well as 60 beds in its rehabilitation unit, which specializes in helping patients recover from stroke, head or spine trauma, and other neuromuscular conditions. TGH is the primary teaching hospital for The University of South Florida College of Medicine. It also conducts research and operates community care centers in the Tampa area.
One of the largest employers in the Tampa Bay region, TGH employs about 6600 workers.
Each year TGH treats more than 78,000 patients in its emergency department. This includes pediatric, chest pain, minor emergency, and trauma center patients. The hospital also operates a regional helicopter medical transport program.
During 2011 roughly 37% of the hospital's revenue came from Medicare and Medicare HMO payments. Managed care brought in around 24% of the hospital's revenue in 2011 while payments from Medicaid and Hillsborough County's Health Plan combined for about 22% of TGH's total revenue.
In 2010 the hospital opened a new neonatal intensive care unit, which cost some $35 million to build and added private room capacity for newborns and their families.
TGH added a new wing of the hospital, dubbed the Bayshore Pavilion, back in 2008. The addition added about 80 beds to the hospital's patient capacity and included a new emergency/trauma center, as well as cardiovascular, diagnostic, neurology, and women's health units.more »