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South Nassau is Only LI, Metro Area Hospital Named to Becker’s List of 100 Best Healthcare Providers to Work For
South Nassau Communities Hospital is the only Long Island and New York metro area based free-standing hospital to be named to the Becker's Hospital Review 2012 list of "100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare" in the United States. This is the second consecutive year that South Nassau has been named to the prestigious list.
South Nassau was selected for its robust benefits, wellness initiatives, professional development opportunities, atmosphere of employee unity and satisfaction, and employee recognition programs and events.
The hospital’s most recent employee satisfaction survey showed that 83 percent of the respondents were either generally or extremely satisfied with working at the hospital. Events and programs to honor employees include annual Nurses Week and Hospital Week celebrations; luncheons and ceremonies to honor the selfless efforts of volunteers and auxilians; an Annual Service Awards Dinner, and numerous other events.
"At South Nassau we understand that quality care and services is a by-product of employees who are engaged, trusted, appreciated and encouraged to grow and develop their skills and acumen,” said Joseph A. Quagliata, South Nassau's president and CEO. “A supportive, encouraging, rewarding and collaborative workplace environment is essential to fulfilling our mission to meet the community’s need for standard-setting, advanced healthcare services wherever and whenever they are needed.”
Becker's Hospital Review list of the "100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare" was developed through nominations, extensive research, and a rigorous review with peer organizations and is composed of hospitals, health systems, surgery centers and large physician practices. Becker's Hospital Review is a bimonthly magazine published by ASC Communications located in Chicago, Ill. The magazine is read by many of the nation’s leading healthcare executives and policy makers.