UT Southwestern Named Top Healthcare Employer in Texas

Updated: Oct 28, 2021

For your healthcare needs in Texas, there are no better options than the Dallas-based provider.


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UT Southwestern Medical Center recently earned recognition as the top healthcare employer in Texas.

This prestigious award is given based on a variety of factors including recommendations from employees, as well as indirect recommendations from other workers in the same industry, as reported by UT Southwestern.

It also takes into account survey results that analyze work conditions, salary, and growth potential, to name a few.

The survey titled ‘The Best-In-State Employers 2021’ reviews over 80,000 survey entries across 25 industry sectors that highlight local, as well as national employment opportunities.

UT Southwestern has prided themselves in their commitment to offering opportunity, along with innovative support that encourages all employees to perform at the highest level while growing in their careers.

The medical center offers online and in-person training/ mentoring programs that provide a wealth of information on future management and technical skills. These educational resources help employees master the latest software and technologies in the medical field. The programs also focus on helping employees manage stress and finances, as well as serve as a central location to speak about common interests.

UT Southwestern partners with a wide variety of professional organizations to encourage diversity and inclusion for all of its employees. Some of these organizations include, but are not limited to, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, the National Association of Black Accountants, and the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA).

Equal opportunity is given to all members of Southwestern’s community, as per federal and state legislation.

UT Southwestern has remained one of the nation’s premier academic medical centers and has won a number of awards to recognize its accomplishments. It not only integrates pioneering biomedical research, but also clinical care and education. It has won five Nobel Prizes and employs 2,800 full-time faculty members.


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