[ROCHESTER, NY, APRIL 15, 2015] – Rochester Regional Health System has been named to the 2015 Forbes America’s Best Employers list.
The report, available on Forbes.com and featured in the March 9 issue of Forbes magazine, identifies Rochester Regional in the top 20 health care organizations in the country. The health system was also named #120 out of the top 500 organizations in every category, according to the list.
“We are honored to receive this national recognition,” said Rochester Regional Health President & CEO Eric Bieber. “We understand that our men and women are at the core of everything we do, so we strive to create positive work environment that encourages teamwork, innovation and quality,” he said.
Rochester Regional was named #120 on the list; one of only two Rochester-area businesses to be named to the list.
“We are honored to be among such prestigious organizations on this list,” said Elizabeth Petro, Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Employee Health. “We are proud to have talented employees that provide exceptional patient care in an environment where every person is valued for his or her contributions.”
About Rochester Regional Health System
Serving the greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region and beyond, Rochester Regional Health System combines the resources, skills and accomplishments of Rochester General Health System and Unity Health System in an integrated network of nationally recognized, community-focused services. The full care continuum now includes five full service acute-care hospitals (Rochester General, Unity, Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, United Memorial Medical Center, and Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic); comprehensive ambulatory services; leading cardiac, orthopedic, neuroscience, oncology, surgery, women’s health and medicine programs; more than 80 primary and specialty medical practices; innovative senior care programs, facilities and independent housing; a wide range of chemical dependency and behavioral health services; and ACM Medical Laboratory, a global leader in patient and clinical trials testing, with worldwide locations and lab partnerships.
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