Children’s Earns No. 6 Spot on AJC’s Top Workplaces List
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution published its Top Atlanta Workplaces special edition Sunday, and—thanks to our employees' survey responses—Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta earned the No. 6 spot on the list in the large company category.
Children’s is the highest-ranked healthcare organization on the list. The AJC measured Children’s against some of the most well-known, highly respected brands and companies in Atlanta, such as Alston & Bird LLP, InterContinental Hotels Group and Turner Broadcasting System.
“Children’s couldn’t be one of the best companies in Atlanta without the best employees,” said Donna Hyland, President and CEO. “We work hard to provide an environment where our employees are able to thrive both personally and professionally, and I am thrilled that our employees continue to find Children’s to be a great place to work.”
This is the third ‘best workplaces’ recognition that Children’s has received so far in 2011. We ranked at No. 60 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list and were recognized as the 3rd healthiest employer in Atlanta in the large employer category by the Atlanta Business Chronicle earlier this year.
About Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, a not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow. Our specialized care helps children get better faster and live healthier lives. Managing more than 850,000 patient visits annually at three hospitals and 24 neighborhood locations, Children’s is the largest healthcare provider for children in Georgia and one of the largest pediatric clinical care providers in the country. Children’s offers access to more than 60 pediatric specialties and programs and is ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S.News & World Report. With generous philanthropic and volunteer support, Children’s has impacted the lives of children in Georgia, the United States and throughout the world.
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Published: Monday, March 26, 2012