Friday, June 28, 2013
Carroll Hospital Center receives Baltimore Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers Award
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Westminster, Md. – (June 28, 2013) — Carroll Hospital Center has been recognized as one of the healthiest employers in the Baltimore region and surrounding area after being named a winner of the Baltimore Business Journal’s (BBJ) Healthiest Employers Award during a special luncheon held on June 13.
The hospital ranked third among employers with 500 to1,499 benefit-eligible employees for developing numerous policies and initiatives to promote the health and wellbeing of its staff. The hospital also ranked fifth overall among all employers who participated in the BBJ’s Healthiest Employers Award contest.
Meagan Enrique, Carroll Hospital Center director of human resources, and Meghan Donahue, Carroll Hospital Center benefits and support services team leader, proudly accepted the award from Irene Myers-Thompson, United Healthcare wellness director.
In a separate ceremony, the hospital was recognized as one of the best places to work and officially presented with four Alliance for Workplace Excellence (AWE) awards during the AWE’s Annual Awards Luncheon held in May. The hospital was named a quadruple winner by the AWE and presented with the Workplace Excellence Award, the Health & Wellness Trailblazer Award, the EcoLeadership Award and the Diversity Champion Award.
In addition to offering health and wellness programs to its employees, Carroll Hospital Center also provides a range of similar programs to members of the community. The hospital’s community programs include an array of complimentary health services, such as yoga classes, massage and acupuncture, as well as screenings and educational programs on a host of health topics. For more information on Carroll Hospital Center’s community health and wellness programs, please click here.Carroll Hospital Center is a nonprofit, acute care facility offering the latest in medical technology, experienced medical professionals in a variety of specialties and a continuum of programs and services to meet the needs of the community.
Photo caption: From left to right are, Meagan Enrique, Carroll Hospital Center director of human resources; Meghan Donahue, Carroll Hospital Center benefits and support services team leader; and Irene Myers-Thompson, United Healthcare wellness director, at the Baltimore Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers Awards luncheon.