Methodist McKinney Hospital, a physician-owned hospital nestled in the Stonebridge Ranch community, announced today that they were awarded Dallas Morning News’ “Top 100 Places to Work” for the fifth time.
In order to be awarded this title, companies are graded on the overall performance in leadership, career opportunities, work culture, pay and benefits.
“We’re honored to be named one of the Top 100 Places to Work by Dallas Morning News," said President Joe Minissale. “Attracting and retaining the best team in our industry has been an instrumental part of Methodist McKinney Hospital’s success. We’re proud to have the great team that we do and this recognition goes to our wonderful staff.”
Methodist McKinney Hospital is committed to supporting employee growth and development. They believe in driving a type of work culture that embodies trust and care. Also, in an effort to give back to the community and build relationships amongst teammates, Methodist McKinney Hospital proudly supports numerous non-profit organizations in the community, Samaritan Inn, McKinney Food Pantry, Crape Myrtle Trails of McKinney, and Carter BloodCare.
About Methodist McKinney Hospital
Whether you are a young athlete, active adult, senior, or experiencing a non-life-threatening emergency, Methodist McKinney Hospital is here for you. Since opening our doors, we have had one primary objective — to provide unequaled healthcare that starts with every staff member, every nurse and every physician. We strive to be more than medicine here, we want to be your trusted healthcare family. Whether you’re at our hospital, one of our two surgery centers, or at one of our outpatient physical therapy clinics we are building on our promise to provide the Best Staff. Best Doctors. Best Care. It’s #whoweare.