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Two KentuckyOne Health Hospitals on the List of the “Best Places to Work in Kentucky”

Our Lady of Peace and Medical Center Jewish East, Louisville, both part of KentuckyOne Health, are on the 13th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky list, which identifies and recognizes Kentucky’s best employers.

For the second year in a row, Our Lady of Peace was recognized in the large-sized employer category, for businesses with 500 or more employees. A total of 31 companies were selected as winners in this category.

Medical Center Jewish East was recognized in the medium-sized employer category, for businesses with 150-499 employees. A total of 29 companies were selected as winners in this category.

“This award is based on staff surveys, which shows that our employees are extremely happy to work here,” said Jennifer Nolan, president, Our Lady of Peace. “We are thankful to work in such a positive environment, which has a positive impact on our patients as well.”

“We are honored to be named to the Best Places to Work in Kentucky list,” said Shelley Neal Shaughnessy, president of ambulatory care, KentuckyOne Health. “Our employees are proud to work at this outpatient facility and create a positive environment for patients and fellow employees.”

The Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM) state council and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce host the Best Places to Work initiative. The selection process, managed by Best Companies Group, is based on an assessment of the company’s employee policies and procedures and the results of an internal employee survey.

This award is based on staff surveys, which shows that our employees are extremely happy to work here. We are thankful to work in such a positive environment, which has a positive impact on our patients as well.

- Jennifer Nolan, president, Our Lady of Peace

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