With 10 of the Baltimore/Washington region's most respected hospitals and many other diversified health services, the demand for interactive and innovative associates to join our team is tremendous. MedStar Health provides extraordinary opportunities for motivated professionals to be challenged and to grow their careers.
MedStar Health is proud to be ranked on several "Best Place to Work" lists in the region. Most recently, MedStar Health was for the fifth time named a "Best Place to Work" by the Baltimore Business Journal. In addition, it was awarded first place for the "Best Place to Work" in the Best Large Business (500+ employees) category in 2011.
Click here for a complete listing of MedStar Health's awards.
MedStar Health is a proud member of the Institute for Diversity in Health Management. The Institute for Diversity in Health Management is committed to expanding healthcare leadership opportunities for ethnically, culturally and racially diverse individuals, and increasing the number of these individuals entering and advancing in the field.
All MedStar Health associates are provided with equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental handicap, or veteran status.
MedStar Health demonstrates its commitment to improving the health of its patients, associates and the communities we serve by making all MedStar Health facilities tobacco-free. The tobacco-free policy unites all local tobacco-use policies into one comprehensive system policy and is part of a new forthcoming system-wide wellness initiative.
All individuals at any building, property, parking lot or site owned, leased or rented by a MedStar Health entity, are required to comply with the tobacco-free policy. The policy applies to everyone on campus, including associates, physicians, patients, contract staff, vendors, volunteers, students and visitors.
MedStar Health is committed to caring for our patients and associates. But, our efforts reach beyond our health system; we give back to the community by providing more than $263 million each year in charity care and community benefits.
To learn more about our activities in the community, view our Community Benefit Report.