Workforce Development & Education
Employer of Choice
Crozer-Keystone is the largest employer in Delaware County and dedicated to remaining the employer of choice in the region. The health system maintains some of the lowest vacancy and turnover rates in the nation and continues to grow its workforce. Additionally, Crozer-Keystone provides competitive salary and benefit packages, receives increasingly high employee satisfaction scores, and continues to enrich the professional and educational opportunities that it offers current and prospective employees.
Crozer-Keystone is committed to training the healthcare providers of today and tomorrow. The health system has affiliations with a range of local nursing schools, including Delaware County Community College, Delaware County Technical School (L.P.N. program), Harcum College, Neumann College, Villanova University and Widener University. The Villanova School of Nurse Anesthesia is located at Crozer.
In addition, Crozer sponsors on-site allied health schools for Clinical Neurophysiology, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Emergency Medical Services, Radiologic Technology and Respiratory Therapy.
As a teaching hospital, Crozer is a member of the Council of Teaching Hospitals (COTH) and is a major affiliate of Temple University Health System, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Crozer sponsors residencies in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, and Transitional First Year. Other post-graduate programs include an Osteopathic Rotating Internship, a Podiatric Residency, a Geriatric Medicine Fellowship, a Sports Medicine Fellowship and a Vascular Fellowship.
Interactive Technology and Resources
In this information technology age, Crozer-Keystone harnesses the power of interactive tools to communicate with patients, physicians and members of the community about the latest medical advances and health system programs. Crozer-Keystone continuously upgrades its resources, including both its public website and its intranet (an internal system that provides physicians and employees with access to various databases and information).
Crozer-Keystone Health System has been named one of the nation’s top 100 “Most Wired” health systems by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine, the journal of the American Hospital Association. The annual survey measures the nation’s health systems on their use of information technologies for quality, customer service, public health and safety, business processes, and workforce issues.