Parkview Health Named Among Top Places To Work In Healthcare

April 27, 2024 at 1:00 a.m.


FORT WAYNE – Parkview Health has been selected to Becker’s Hospital Review’s 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare list for 2024.
Parkview was one of only two Indiana hospital systems named to the list by Becker’s, a top healthcare media company with print, digital and live event platforms, according to the release provided by Parkview Health.
The Becker's Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations and assessed rankings and awards from reputable organizations such as Forbes, Newsweek, Great Place to Work and Fortune. The list is intended to highlight hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that positively influence their employees and communities.
“Our co-workers are our greatest resource, so we strive every day to create the best workplace possible for them,” said Dena Jacquay, chief administrative officer, Parkview Health. “The investment we make in our co-workers pays dividends in the high-quality care they return to our patients. As we continue to grow and look to add more people to our family of more than 16,000 co-workers, they can be confident knowing they’re coming to one of the nation’s best workplaces in healthcare.”
During Parkview’s first-ever culture survey in 2023, more than 90% of co-workers agreed that they’re proud to work for Parkview, and the health system has seen its retention rates not only beat national healthcare benchmarks, but also improve in the years since the pandemic when many workers shuffled employers and sought out new careers.
“We ensure our physicians, providers and co-workers are equipped to provide the best care and patient experience every day because of the support system we have in place,” said Dr. Ray Dusman, president of physician and clinical enterprise, Parkview Health. “Excellent care for patients starts with taking care of our co-workers, enabling them to be fully focused and engaged on the important services they provide in our communities.”

FORT WAYNE – Parkview Health has been selected to Becker’s Hospital Review’s 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare list for 2024.
Parkview was one of only two Indiana hospital systems named to the list by Becker’s, a top healthcare media company with print, digital and live event platforms, according to the release provided by Parkview Health.
The Becker's Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations and assessed rankings and awards from reputable organizations such as Forbes, Newsweek, Great Place to Work and Fortune. The list is intended to highlight hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that positively influence their employees and communities.
“Our co-workers are our greatest resource, so we strive every day to create the best workplace possible for them,” said Dena Jacquay, chief administrative officer, Parkview Health. “The investment we make in our co-workers pays dividends in the high-quality care they return to our patients. As we continue to grow and look to add more people to our family of more than 16,000 co-workers, they can be confident knowing they’re coming to one of the nation’s best workplaces in healthcare.”
During Parkview’s first-ever culture survey in 2023, more than 90% of co-workers agreed that they’re proud to work for Parkview, and the health system has seen its retention rates not only beat national healthcare benchmarks, but also improve in the years since the pandemic when many workers shuffled employers and sought out new careers.
“We ensure our physicians, providers and co-workers are equipped to provide the best care and patient experience every day because of the support system we have in place,” said Dr. Ray Dusman, president of physician and clinical enterprise, Parkview Health. “Excellent care for patients starts with taking care of our co-workers, enabling them to be fully focused and engaged on the important services they provide in our communities.”

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