SJMHS, IHA, Mercy Health and Mercy Health Physician Partners were featured in Detroit Free Press on Nov. 10
For the first time in our history as a statewide health system, all of the Michigan ministries of Trinity Health have been named to the Detroit Free Press’ list of Top Workplaces. The prestigious list appeared in a special section of the Sunday edition on Nov. 10.
Over the summer, colleagues from Mercy Health, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, IHA and Mercy Health Physician Partners were invited to take an anonymous survey from Energage that measured several aspects of workplace culture based solely on employee feedback.
“It was a unique opportunity to capture the impressions of all colleagues working in hospitals, health centers and physician practices throughout our statewide health system – together in one survey,” said Ane McNeil, Chief Human Resources Officer for Trinity Health Michigan.
In the midst of major transformation as we form the Michigan Region, along with TogetherCare and other major initiatives, our colleagues took the time to rate us a Top Workplace. Out of 21,745 colleagues across the state, 11,525 responded to the survey invite for a 53% response rate. They also shared 25,894 comments about our organization.
“We are truly grateful for the high level of engagement,” McNeil said. “The Top Workplaces distinction lets patients, physicians and prospective employees know that our people endorse our organizations as great places to work.”
Rob Casalou, President and CEO of Trinity Health Michigan, said compassionate and patient-centered health care starts with colleagues who have the support, resources and personal commitment to being a transforming healing presence in the communities we serve.
“We strive to make Mercy Health, SJMHS, IHA and MHPP an inspiring place to work and one where collaboration, innovation and inclusiveness are at the heart of everything we do,” Casalou said. “We are honored to be recognized as a Top Workplace and will continue to strengthen colleagues with the skills and resources to provide health and healing to the people we serve.”
The Top Workplaces List will be a featured section in the Sunday edition of the Detroit Free Press.
“Thank you for creating an environment our colleagues consider to be among the best in Michigan,” Casalou said.