September 29, 2017
PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES—The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) has been recognized as one of Modern Healthcare’s 2017 Best Places to Work in Healthcare. In addition to this honor, ECFMG ranked first among healthcare suppliers in the special categories of “Healthiest Workplace” and “Most Family-friendly Workplace”—making it the only organization to receive two first-place finishes at the awards dinner held last night in Las Vegas.
ECFMG President and CEO, William W. Pinsky, MD, is proud of this accomplishment and of ECFMG. “We are a relatively small organization, but thanks to the dedication of our employees, we are making outsized contributions to the quality of healthcare being delivered around the world,” he said.
In addition to considering the various benefits and training and development opportunities made available to employees, judges determined the winning workplaces based on employee survey responses. “I’m pleased that Modern Healthcare has recognized ECFMG as one of the top healthcare workplaces, and even more pleased to know that ECFMG employees agree,” said Dr. Pinsky.
About the Contest
Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare is a nationwide competition that identifies the 150 top workplaces in healthcare, those that go above and beyond to support their staff, empowering them to provide patients and other customers with the best possible care, products, and services. The top 150 companies are divided between providers/insurers and suppliers. Within each group, five companies are recognized in the special categories of “Healthiest Workplace,” “Most Family-friendly Workplace,” and “Best Place for Millennials to Work.”
Established in 1956, ECFMG is a private, nonprofit organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with more than 900 employees.
ECFMG is a world leader in promoting quality healthcare—serving physicians, members of the medical education and regulatory communities, healthcare consumers, and those researching issues in medical education and health workforce planning. ECFMG’s program of certification evaluates whether international medical graduates are ready to enter U.S. programs of graduate medical education, where they provide supervised patient care. ECFMG offers a variety of other programs for the world’s physicians and related entities.
In partnership with ECFMG, its nonprofit foundation, the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER®), promotes excellence in international health professions education through programmatic and research activities.
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