Best Employers 2015

Best Employers 2015

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A d v e r t i s e m e n t BEST EMPLOYERS I N N O R T H C A R O L I N A CEENTA employees ar ed at an awards lotte. F or more than 90 years, Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Troat Associates (CEENTA) has been the leading Eye and ENT practice for Charlotte and the sur- rounding communities. Tis reputation of excel- lence comes from years of physicians and staf working together with one mission in mind: provide patients with the best possible care. Every staf member, from front desk personnel, clinical staf, administrators, to physicians, plays an important role in the patient experience. Te physician-owned practice is the largest multispecialty practice on the East Coast, with 19 locations throughout North and South Caro- lina and over 85 providers and 650 employees. Te practice is comprised of the region's top eye and ENT doctors who specialize in treating a variety of conditions. Tere is a strong sense of community within the practice and has always been. CEENTA has also been recognized among the "Best Places to Work" and as a Healthiest Em- ployer company in the Mecklenburg area and has received recognition for its philanthropic ef- forts across its service area. Te excellent pa- tient experience and the longevity of Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Troat Associates is attributed to the success of its employees. Tey are given the tools and recognition needed to reach their full potential and fulfll the company's mission. Staf makes patient care a priority 6035 Fairview road, Charlotte, NC 28210 • (704) 295-3000 • Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care's Dr. Ellen P olunteer oppor ovides for its employees. E ach year, not-for-proft Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care treats more than 50,000 patients, providing compassionate care of non-life-threaten- ing illnesses and injuries at a fraction of the time and cost of the ER. We're conve- niently located in Buncombe and Tran- sylvania counties, with the Asheville loca- tions open 7 days a week. We also care for the employees of more than 70% of businesses in Buncombe County through walk-in clinics and on-site services. Our staf 's passion for giving back includes volunteer projects at home and abroad, covering places such as the Philip- pines and, since the 2010 earthquake, Hai- ti, where we send regular medical teams that treat 4,000 people annually. Since our work began in Haiti, employee engage- ment and fnancial performance have dra- matically improved. Dr. Ellen Lawson said that "Haiti has renewed our passion and brought new life to our service in North Carolina. We are happy to be the hearts, hands and feet of mercy." Our values of sacredness of life, human dignity, mercy, justice, service and excellence also guide our employment practices. It's all part of a mission to draw the best talent possible and provide unmatched care to each of the more than 1 million patients we've served over the years. Workers have a passion for giving back asheville, weaverville & Brevard • 828-210-2121 • Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care

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