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PHH named among 2019 Best Places to Work

Posted: Friday, February 22, 2019

Parkview Huntington Hospital has been recognized among the 2019 Best Places to Work in Indiana, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce announced this week.

Best Places to Work, which was created by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group, is a statewide survey and awards program designed to identify, recognize and honor the participating employers in Indiana with the leading workplace cultures. The 14th annual list includes 125 companies.

“It is very exciting to receive this recognition again from the Indiana Chamber,” said Juli Johnson, president, Parkview Huntington Hospital. “We have such a talented, committed team of people serving the community at Parkview Huntington, and they work tremendously hard to make sure every patient has the best possible experience. They also care a lot about their co-workers, and that sense of pride and teamwork is evident every day.”

Parkview Huntington Hospital and two other Parkview Health community hospitals, Parkview Noble Hospital and Parkview Wabash Hospital, each earned the Best Places to Work in Indiana accolade for the second consecutive year.

“Our hospitals are a reflection of the outstanding communities they serve,” said Mike Packnett, president and CEO, Parkview Health. “The people who live and work in those locations have created a culture that truly values co-worker engagement, world-class teamwork and a dedication to excellence. I have no doubt those principles led to this recognition, and we are honored to be named among the best again this year.”

Companies from across the state entered the two-part survey process to determine the Best Places to Work in Indiana. The first part, worth approximately 25 percent of the evaluation, consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The second part was an employee survey to measure the employee experience, which was worth approximately 75 percent of the total evaluation. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final rankings.