Tampa General Hospital is Recognized Nationally as a Best Organization for Leadership Development

prnewswire | September 08, 2020

Tampa General Hospital has been named a 2020 Best Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD) Award Winner by the not-for-profit National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL).The NCHL Survey analyzes participating health care systems to determine their capacity to develop leaders and improve health care outcomes through inclusive leadership and organizational excellence.To be considered for the BOLD Award, organizations are measured using the NCHL Scorecard which tracks effective leadership development practices in 12 key areas and then compares those to other health systems across the country. Tampa General Hospital ranked among the top 10 organizations overall in the nation, as well as in the top 10 percent in four key areas:

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