While others have slowed or stopped their hiring, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
continues its 12-year growth spurt under CEO James Anderson.
Since June 2008, the hospital has added 800 new employees to bring their total workforce to 11,400 people, a number that Anderson attributes to the hospital's focus on improving outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Competition has been so heavy for registered nurses, patient care assistants, customer service representatives, research fellows and residents, and administrative assistants that Children's has stopped participating in job fairs.
The growth has also occurred as Anderson has built the hospital into a world-class institution, increasing research revenue and more than quadrupling the facility's operating budget.
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