The Philly.com Top Workplaces 2013
The Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia
- Employees in region:
- HQ location:
- Philadelphia, PA
’10, ’11, ’12, ’13
Since its start in 1855 as the nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been the birthplace for many dramatic firsts in pediatric medicine. The Hospital has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved countless children's lives. Today, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the leading pediatric hospitals and research facilities in the world. Our 155 years of innovation and service to our patients, their families and our community reflect an ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care, training new generations of pediatric healthcare providers and pioneering significant research initiatives.
For a century and a half, Children's Hospital has served as a haven of hope for children and families worldwide.
“CHOP is an excellent organization to work for; they value and care about their employees and patients. ”
“I currently feel valued. I am encouraged to grow and pursue my education. The majority of my co-workers are team players.”
“I have a great boss and team of physicians whose main concern is working as a team in order to give the best care to their patients, as well as becoming a premiere division in research.”
“An environment that is filled with advancement and endless opportunities.”
“I am working for one of the best pediatric hospitals in the nation. They care about the staff and helping them to be the best in the field.”
“They are honest/open and informative with the employees far as any changes or challenges, negative or positive, the organization might face. ”
“Tools needed for my trade are always approved. And assistance is given unconditionally whenever asked for.”
“The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia encourages their employees to have a voice. I think that helps from preventing frustrations from building in the workplace.”