Mercy Health is pleased to announce that Mercy Health — Willard Hospital has been ranked number 38 and Mercy Health — Tiffin Hospital has been ranked number 68 among healthcare providers and insurers in Modern Healthcare’s 2020 Best Places to Work award program.
The complete list of this year’s winner rankings is available at ModernHealthcare.com/bestplaceslist. Modern Healthcare will publish a special supplement featuring the ranked list of all winners in the Oct. 12 issue.
This is the second consecutive year both hospitals were awarded the Best Places to Work in Healthcare distinction. Both hospitals received their rankings recently at the 2020 Best Places to Work Online Reveal Party.
“For the second time, the teams at both Mercy Health — Tiffin and Mercy Health — Willard have been recognized with this national distinction, putting them in a category among the nation’s best,” said Bob Baxter, president, Mercy Health – Toledo. “During a year when the word ‘hero’ is truly meaningful in health care, receiving this recognition is even more extraordinary and I’m proud of all of heroes who have made Mercy Health a best place to work.”
“Even during this unprecedented time in health care, Mercy Health strives to create an environment in which our associates are proud of where they work. Being named among Modern Healthcare’s 2020 Best Places to Work is such an honor for all at both Tiffin and Willard hospitals,” said Dan Barbee, president, Mercy Health — Toledo Rural Market.
The award winners have accomplished much over the years, empowering healthcare organizations, and the people who work for them, to realize their full potential. Modern Healthcare partners with the Best Companies Group on the assessment process, which includes an extensive employee survey.
“Health care organizations have taken historic efforts to keep their employees safe during a period where those relationships became more crucial than ever. Among our 2020 Best Places to Work winners, providers and payers responded to their employees' concerns by moving their administrative workforces to work from home indefinitely, allowing parents to have more flexibility, and keeping all workers safe while saving costs. Suppliers and vendors invested in community initiatives and protecting employees' work-life balance. During an incredibly trying time for the workforce and seeing how the pandemic impacted health care in particular, it is inspiring and humbling to see the dedication of employers and employees among these winners," said Aurora Aguilar, editor of Modern Healthcare.