May 13, 2019 - Dallas, TX - The Medicus Firm, (TMF) a national physician search firm based in Dallas, TX, has been named by Modern Healthcare as one of the nation's Best Places to Work in Healthcare 2019. This is the eighth consecutive year that The Medicus Firm has been awarded this title, which comes on the heels of being named among Forbes’ Best Professional Recruiting Firms for 2019 and Best Companies to Work for in Texas.
“The healthcare industry is highly competitive as unemployment rates continue to drop and the industry continue to lead the nation in adding new jobs,” stated Steve Look, CEO of The Medicus Firm. “We are honored to be part of this esteemed list of the nation’s best.”
Each year, Modern Healthcare recognizes healthcare employers nationwide, including hospitals and health systems as well as healthcare service providers and vendors who support healthcare facilities across the country. The award is based upon the results of employee surveys administered by a third-party research firm, which calculates the level of job satisfaction across the company regarding everything from pay and benefits, to career growth opportunities, office environment, and perks.
“Physician recruiting is a demanding, stressful job trying to place healthcare providers in communities of need across the country,” Look said. “It’s highly important for us to make sure our associates are happy and engaged.”
“We’re always looking for ways to improve our engagement plan to make The Medicus Firm an enjoyable, motivating and productive place where our associates can meet their professional goals,” said Megan Williams, Director of Employee Engagement at The Medicus Firm. “The feedback we receive from this survey and others we host throughout the year is vital to our continued focus on performance, people and partnerships. We are so appreciative our employee satisfaction has led us to this list again.”
Modern Healthcare will announce a ranked order at an awards dinner Sept. 26 in Dallas during Modern Healthcare’s Workplace of the Future Conference.