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what are some of the best hospitals to work at?

I am a sophomore interested in becoming a doctor. #doctor #medicine #nurse #jobs #hospital

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Akshat’s Answer

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In the Mass area, it would be MGH and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
http://health.usnews.com/health-news/best-hospitals/articles/2012/07/16/best-hospitals-2012-13-the-honor-roll

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Thank you comment icon Thank you! DejaCodman2 .
Thank you comment icon There are a few more in the area as well. CHildren's Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute and New England baptist hospital (all orthopedic and spine), so it depends on what type of doctor you want to be! Have you thought about that yet? Stephani Hunt
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Thank you comment icon Thank you!! :) Andrea H.
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Vincent’s Answer

I would also include Johns Hopkins and Mayo. Keep in mind that "best" is usually a subjective criteria and based on surveys of health care professionals

Thank you comment icon thank you! DejaCodman2 .
Thank you comment icon Thank you Vwhlam this is really interesting! Savera B.
Thank you comment icon Thanks for the clarification Andrea H.
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Suzanne’s Answer

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You should think about what qualities make a hospital "best" in your mind and if those qualities fit with the work atmosphere that you want for your career and life. For example, some hospitals are teaching hospitals and consequently there are many nursing students, medical students, medical residents, and medical fellows around in addition to experienced staff. These hospitals also tend to do/have a lot of research, which may translate into more cutting edge approaches. Some hospitals value incorporating holistic and/or complementary therapies. Other hospitals may have a spiritual or religious component worked into the philosophy and fabric of the hospital.


That being said, a widely referenced guide to hospital care is http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/rankings They do an annual report. You can also research through some of the accrediting bodies such as JCAHO: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

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Thank you comment icon Thank you Suzanne this is really interesting! Savera B.
Thank you comment icon Very good point. Thanks! Andrea H.
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18cgadbaw’s Answer

genaral hospital

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