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Boston Business Journal Top Place to Work

Ranked sixth among the top extra-large businesses in Massachusetts

New BBJ Logo for 2015Lowell General Hospital is proud to be honored for the sixth consecutive year in the Boston Business Journal's (BBJ) 2015 Best Places to Work list.

The only hospital to be included on this year’s list, Lowell General ranked sixth in the extra-large company category, which honored businesses with one thousand employees and more. Lowell General was one of over 400 companies to qualify for consideration based on a two-stage nomination process and the results of employee-satisfaction surveys.

The honor recognizes Lowell General Hospital’s achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture.

“At Lowell General Hospital, our employees work hard to deliver on our promise to provide Complete connected care — not just to our patients, but also to each other,” said Jody White, President of Lowell General Hospital. “It is such an honor for our incredible team to be recognized for the great culture they have built and continue to nurture at our organization.”

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 six consecutive years (2010-2015) and was also on the Boston Globe 100 Top Place to Work in 2009 and 2010.

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