This achievement supports UC Health’s commitment to offering a supportive, meaningful and rewarding workplace environment for all employees.
This is the eighth year – and sixth consecutive – that West Chester Hospital has been named to the newspaper’s Top Workplaces in Cincinnati list, which recognizes companies with the most engaged, satisfied workforces. The hospital has been recognized in 2010, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
“Fostering a strong workplace culture is among the most important things that we do, because we know that compassionate, patient-centered healthcare begins with employees who have a personal commitment to carrying out that mission every single day,” said Tom Daskalakis, chief administrative officer for West Chester Hospital. “Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, and the stress and worry that it placed on our employees, we are especially proud that they continue to feel that our hospital is a great place to work.”
UC Health continually strives to design and implement programs that will ensure a positive and supportive workplace environment for its employees. The results of this Top Workplaces campaign confirms that these programs are having a positive impact within the UC Health organization.
The recognition is based upon the results of an employee feedback survey administered by Energage, a third-party research firm that specializes in workplace health and organizational improvement. The firm uses the responses to measure several aspects of workplace culture to determine its rankings.
“In all my years in the health profession, I have never had such a privilege as I do now of working in an environment where employees and staff value and respect each other and consider each other family,” stated one West Chester Hospital employee. “This caring also is reflected in the compassion with which we treat our patients.”
West Chester Hospital has also been named among the 50 Best Workplaces in the state by Ohio Business Magazine in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. The magazine accepts nominations from an organization’s own employees as well as local community residents to determine its honorees.