Medical Properties Trust ranks as one of the best places to work for Millennials

Read Time 2 Minutes

Medical Properties Trust headquarters in Birmingham. Photo via Medical Properties Trust

Medical Properties Trust, Inc. (MPT) ranks as one of the best places to work for Millennials. Modern Healthcare’s 2021 Best Places to Work announced this celebratory news yesterday, and we couldn’t be more excited for this Birmingham-based company. Read on for the rundown.

The results are in

Are you a Millennial looking for a new gig? Look no further! MPT just got a new accolade hot off of the magazine stands: the fifth-best place to work for Millennials.

It is an honor to be ranked not only among the best places to work in healthcare, but as an especially attractive destination for Millennials. I am pleased that our world-class team has been recognized in this way.

—Edward K. Aldag, Jr. Chairman, President, and CEO, Medical Properties Trust

Award-winning magazine, Modern Healthcare, partnered with the Best Companies Group to find the best place to work for Millennials. Through an assessment process, which included an extensive employee survey, Modern Healthcare + Best Companies Group found their crown jewel companies.

Medical Properties Trust—healthcare real estate in the heart of Birmingham

MPT started in Birimingham in 2003. This self-advised real estate investment firm “allows operators of hospitals to unlock the value of their real estate assets to fund facility improvements, technology upgrades and other investments in operations.”

Since its inception, the company has grown into one of the best networks of hospital-owners with roughly 440 facilities across nine countries and four continents. You heard it here first Birmingham, MPT is a big deal.

MPT doesn’t just invest in hospitals, but in their people, too.

“We have worked to build a culture where employees feel empowered to contribute to meaningful work, while advancing their careers and developing skillsets. Of equal importance to us is nurturing an environment where each team member feels valued and rewarded. Particularly as the pandemic has placed increased pressure on many, we have sought to support our small, tight-knit community to best balance work and home pressures. We’re proud of the work we come together to do every day, as a team, at the very heart of healthcare.

—Edward K. Aldag, Jr. Chairman, President, and CEO, Medical Properties Trust

What Birmingham companies would you include on “The Best Places to Work” list? Let us know on Instagram.

Default image
Sonia Kerrigan
Articles: 17