For the second year in a row, the Chicago Tribune has named Midwest CareCenter one of the Chicago area's best places to work in its annual survey of Chicago-area employers. Also, we are especially honored that the Chicago Tribune presented our organization with a special "Meaningful Job" award, because we know that for most of our staff, hospice and palliative care is more than just a job, it is a calling. Midwest CareCenter is the only palliative and hospice care center included on the Chicago Tribune's Top 100 Workplaces list.
"We are committed to fostering an exceptional workplace because we know that translates into quality care for our patients and their families," said Jamie O'Malley, president and CEO of Midwest CareCenter. "The fact that our employees identified Midwest CareCenter as a great place to work where they can show passion and purpose is reflected every day in the lives they touch."
Organizations were selected based exclusively on questionnaires sent to employees of businesses all over Chicagoland, asking them to judge their workplaces on a wide range of criteria, including leadership, efficiency, work-life balance, communication, and more.
Read the Chicago Tribune article about Midwest CareCenter.