Sarasota Memorial Health Care System recognized in Becker’s ‘150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare’ list

SMH one of only seven systems named in Florida

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The Sarasota Memorial Health Care System (SMH) has been included in Becker’s Healthcare 2024 list of the 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare, SMH announced on April 15.

“SMH is the only health system on the Suncoast, and one of only seven in the state of Florida, to be named to the list,” a news release points out. “This recognition underscores the commitment of Sarasota Memorial to fostering a workplace culture that prioritizes employee well-being” and professional and personal development, “offers wellness benefits that address whole-person health, and provides opportunities to give back to the community,” the release adds.

“Becker’s Healthcare, a leading source of business and legal information for healthcare industry leaders, annually recognizes organizations across the United States that demonstrate outstanding workplace environments, employee engagement, and satisfaction,” the release explains.

“The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations for this list,” the release notes. “The team also assessed rankings and awards from reputable organizations such as Forbes,  Newsweek, and Fortune,” the release adds. “Hospitals do not pay for this honor or the right to promote this award. The list is intended to highlight hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that positively influence their employees and communities.”

“The more than 10,000 employees at SMH are the heart and soul of our organization, and this recognition is another testament to their unwavering commitment to their patients and their peers,” said David Verinder, president and CEO of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, in the release. “Sarasota Memorial’s inclusion in this list reaffirms our team’s dedication to maintaining an environment where all employees feel valued, supported and empowered to deliver high-quality care to the community,” he added.

The full list can be found here:

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