Regional medical and life science clusters are among the most important in the country and the world. Analysts estimate that there are about 450 biomedical companies and over one thousand research and testing laboratories in the region (Fort Worth Chamber).
World-class medical schools and hospitals, and internationally recognized healthcare organizations – such as Baylor Health Care System, Cook Children’s Health Care System, Texas Health Resources and UT Southwestern – are major innovation drivers.
Regional initiatives such as TECH Fort Worth or BioDFW, are powerful business incubators for emerging biotech companies.
MAJOR MEDICAL AND HEALTHCARE EMPLOYERS IN FORTH WORTH
JPS Health Network
With a workforce of more than 5,000, JPS Health Network is a major employer in Fort Worth. To view their current jobs openings and careers, go to their Careers Applying page
JPS Health Network Careers page has a “Talent Management team” to guide you through joining the organization.
Harris Methodist Hospital
Harris Methodist is another major employer in Fort Worth region. It employs about 4,000 and is permanently recruiting new physicians, nurses and allied health, administrative and IT professionals.
For job opportunities go to their career page here: Harris Methodist Hospital job openings
Alcon employs more than 3,300 people in Fort Worth – and much more worldwide (Alcon is present in 75 countries and is the world leader in eye care).
For careers at Alcon see their page here.
Cook Children’s Health Care System
Cook Children’s employs more than 3,100 in Fort Worth: physicians, nurses, science life investigators, IT and administrative professionals…
For careers at Cook Children’s organization see Cook Children’s Careers page
Other major medical and healthcare organizations in Fort Worth region
Other regional medical organizations, providing many job opportunities, including I&R: