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Boston Business Journal Top Place to Work

Ranked eighth among the top 25 large businesses in Massachusetts

Lowell General Hospital is proud to be honored for the fifth year among 25 large businesses included in the Boston Business Journal's (BBJ) Best Places to Work list. The community-owned hospital with 2,000 employees placed ninth of all large businesses in Massachusetts.

“It brings me great pride that Lowell General Hospital has been named as a 2014 Best Place to Work,” said Joseph White, president of Lowell General Hospital. “The efforts put forth by our employees have given us the reputation of a great corporate culture where everyone is committed to our promise of delivering Complete connected care. Our employees make Lowell General Hospital a wonderful place to work, and without their efforts Lowell General Hospital would not be the trusted regional healthcare provider that we have become today.”

The BBJ selects the top 25 employers from each large, medium and small business category based on employee count. As greater Lowell's largest private employer, Lowell General Hospital qualifies as a large business. The annual ranking by the business publication is based upon a third-party survey of all employees regarding job satisfaction, teamwork, benefits programs, management quality, work environment and opportunities for growth, among other criteria.

Lowell General Hospital has been awarded the Boston Business Journal's Best Places to Work for five consecutive years (2010-2014) and was also on the Boston Globe 100 Top Place to Work in 2009 and 2010.

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