Regent Surgical Health congratulates SpineNevada and RWJBarnabas Health for being named by Modern Healthcare as one of the “Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2017.” While neither is a newcomer to the prestigious list, both SpineNevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, Reno, NV, and RWJBarnabas Health, West Orange, NJ, ranked high this year due to their exemplary cultures and excellent employee engagement.
The recognition program, now in its 10th year, honors workplaces throughout the healthcare industry that empower employees to provide patients and customers with the best possible care, products, and services. The magazine revealed the ranked order of organizations earning the 2017 award in September during Modern Healthcare’s annual Workplace of the Future in Las Vegas, and published a special supplement featuring each of them last month.
“We are very proud of the achievements of each of these partners,” says Regent CEO Chris Bishop. “Each of them has worked very hard to create workplaces that are among the best in healthcare. Their commitment to their staff and their patients is exceptional, and their recognition is well-deserved.”
2017 marks the third consecutive year that SpineNevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute was recognized among Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work. A multi-disciplinary spine center of excellence with 78 employees, SpineNevada’s integrated spine care centers combine non-surgical physical medicine physicians, fellowship-trained specialists in radiology, fellowship-trained spine neurosurgeons, and internal physical therapy gyms. Among programs that make SpineNevada a great place to work are a Halloween costume contest, extra paid time off during the holidays, holiday party with a year-end bonus, and tuition reimbursement.
Also celebrating its third year on the Best Places to Work list, RWJBarnabas Health. Formed by the 2016 merger of Barnabas Health and Robert Wood Johnson Health System, RWJBarnabas Health is the most comprehensive health care delivery system in New Jersey, treating over 3 million patients a year. The health system offers a number of programs to engage its more than 26,000 employees, including participation in National Wear Red Day each year to raise awareness for heart disease, and the popular “Employee Sunshine Fund,” used to support employees experiencing hardship.
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