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Great Plains Health becomes the only hospital in Nebraska listed in the top 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare report

Thursday, March 2, 2017

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In an announcement published today, Great Plains Health was listed among top hospitals in the nation that have earned a spot on the Becker's Hospital Review "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare"—2017 report.

The report recognizes healthcare organizations committed to creating outstanding cultures and offering competitive benefits to their employees.

According to Becker's Hospital Review, the organizations included in the list encourage professional development among their employees and promote tomorrow's leaders.

"This is a tremendous achievement for Great Plains Health and a testament to how much effort our system directs toward making Great Plains Health a quality place to work," said Jayne Johnson, senior director of human resources. "We are honored to receive recognition from Becker's as a 'great place to work' in healthcare and take pride in offering a dynamic work environment where employees have the ability to positively impact the patients we serve."

As part of the "top great places to work in healthcare" designation, Great Plains Health was recognized for its employee satisfaction initiatives, including competitive salaries, aggressive tuition reimbursement and expansive employee benefits, including health, dental and vision, and discounts on such things as meals, cell phones and gift shop purchases. Great Plains Health also offers a comprehensive rewards and recognition program and multiple events of gratitude throughout the year.

"Our employees are talented, committed professionals," said Mel McNea, Great Plains Health chief executive officer. "Providing them a collaborative, respectful and quality place to work is an essential ingredient to our success as an organization."

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