In a crowded employment market—let alone in the healthcare industry—Patient First has been cited by the Washington Post as one of the top places to work in the entire mid-Atlantic region, based on the Post’s sixth annual Top Workplaces survey. The company says a big part of the reason is employee retention, with many staff members having been on board for over 20 years. Having a workplace where talented staff are fired up to commit themselves every day doesn’t happen by accident. To get a sense of how it’s done, read Becoming the Employer of Choice for the Emerging Urgent Care Workforce. Even if you’ve already managed to pull it off, you never know where you might pick up a few new ideas.
Washington Post Says This Urgent Care Company is a ‘Top Workplace’ in the Mid-Atlantic