March 9, 2017

Help create your best workplace

Loma Linda University Health is giving voice to employees by participating in two national surveys that recognize great workplaces. The surveys are run by leading industry publications The Chronicle of Higher Education and Modern Healthcare.

Random employees of Loma Linda University will be asked to participate in the “Great Colleges to Work For” survey.

Likewise, random employees of LLU Medical Center, Children’s Hospital and Behavioral Medicine Center will be given the opportunity to take part in the “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” survey.

Both surveys will provide the organization with invaluable feedback and topline reports that summarize the organizational competencies and relationships that most directly impact and influence the culture at Loma Linda University Health.

“Regardless of whether or not we are recognized, the data we receive will be helpful as we continue the process of creating the best workplace possible,” said Lizette Norton, vice president for Human Resource Management.

Randomly selected employees will receive an invitation with details about the program and how to access the survey. The survey is voluntary and completely confidential; Loma Linda will not be able to trace results back to individuals. Each invitation contains a unique access code that can only be used once.

“This is a chance to make your voice heard, and a high response rate helps ensure an accurate representation of our community,” Norton said.


The LLU survey period lasts from March 13 through April 7. Randomly chosen employees will receive the request from It will be labeled the “Modern Think Higher Education Insight Survey.”

The health care entities survey period is March 31 through April 14. Employees selected at random will receive their invitation from

“We encourage everyone’s participation and hope you will take this opportunity to share your honest feedback,” Norton said. “Thank you in advance for your participation as we continue the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ.”

For more information, contact David Conkerite at or 909-651-4001.