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UMC ranks among best places to work in Texas

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - UMC Health System has been named one of the 2011 Best Companies to work for in Texas, ranking second in the large-company category.

The companies were ranked by the Texas Association of Business, the Texas State Council of the Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group. There were 31 companies ranked in the large-company category, which includes businesses with 500 or more employees.

UMC Physician Network Services ranked 29th among medium-sized companies.

"This is a tremendous honor and a testament to the culture our employees have created," said David G. Allison, UMC president and chief executive officer.

The rankings were published in the February edition of Texas Monthly. UMC and other companies selected will be recognized by Gov. Rick Perry at an awards luncheon Thursday in Austin.

This is the third time in four years UMC has made the Best Companies List. In 2010, UMC also ranked second among large companies.

Source: UMC News Release

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