Top 5 healthcare workforce stories in January

Here are the five most popular workforce stories published by Becker's Hospital Review in January:

1. Arizona hospital responds to 'women don't do well here' physician job posting
Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in Bullhead City responded to a physician job posting and its wording related to gender.

2. Houston health systems seek to fill nearly 3,000 jobs
As of early January, Houston Methodist and Memorial Hermann health systems together had nearly 3,000 job openings to fill.

3. Detroit Medical Center won't outsource security jobs
Detroit Medical Center will not outsource union security officer jobs as previously planned.

4. U of Washington residents stage 'sick-in' to protest pace of contract talks
Medical residents at the University of Washington in Seattle staged a "sick-in" to protest the pace of contract negotiations with the university that began last July.

5. U of Louisville recruiting nearly 400 to restore staffing at former KentuckyOne properties
The University of Louisville (Ky.) said it plans to hire nearly 400 physicians and nurses to fill positions at former KentuckyOne properties in Louisville.


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Johns Hopkins takes Baltimore hiring push to next level
Geisinger to open career center, seeks to fill about 2,000 job openings

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