Winchester Hospital’s many awards speak for themselves. The foundation of these awards is the philosophy surrounding our employees and the work they do.
Our community hospital is the place to come to advance in your career, to be heard, to be part of a group working toward a common goal. Winchester Hospital is truly an employee-focused organization. Our employees and the work they do, in all aspects of our health care services, are highly valued.
Our Press Ganey scores for overall employee satisfaction are impressive. We have been ranked above the 90th percentile for more than a decade. We are hands-on and friendly, and this translates into the care we provide. Our many awards and recognitions are a testament to this.
Just the Right Size
Winchester Hospital is just the right size – not too big, not too small. You have the opportunity to participate on councils and committees, where your voice and your opinions matter. And we offer advanced medical and surgical care that rivals top hospitals in Boston.
Our work environment is far from stuffy or corporate. Here, it is not unusual to see our chief executive officer at one of our book group discussions or our vice presidents at an employee’s birthday celebration.
Strong Leadership Development
Winchester Hospital has an incredibly strong leadership development program, very sophisticated for a community hospital. We place strong emphasis on the direct relationship between employees and their leaders. We also have an excellent new employee orientation program to get you off to a great start.
Please consider a career at Winchester Hospital by exploring various opportunities through our online Job Search or our physician job search.
Winchester Hospital was the first community hospital in Massachusetts to earn Magnet recognition, which recognizes quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice.
At Winchester Hospital, we honor our nurses through the DAISY Award program, a nationally recognized award given to nurses for their professionalism and patient-centered care.