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Vote for Soliant Health's 2013 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S.
Date:5/20/2013

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 20, 2013

Soliant Health, a leading specialty healthcare staffing provider and part of Adecco Group, has opened up voting for its fifth annual Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. contest.

With a wealth of great nominations this year, Soliant decided to bypass its routine selection process and include not only the top 50 entries, but all entries received to be in the running for the 2013 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. The voting period begins on May 20 and runs through June 23. Winners will be revealed on the following Friday, June 28. Voting takes place at http://www.mostbeautifulhospitals.com.

“We received a rush of great nominations this year and we’re doing things a little differently. With all entries eligible to be voted Most Beautiful Hospital in America, the winners will rest entirely on the hospitals and their supporters rather than, in part, by a panel of expert reviewers,” said David Alexander, president of Soliant Health. “As a provider of healthcare professionals for hospitals, we recognize that staff morale and attention to patients' needs are critical to patients' happiness. But we found another central factor in patient satisfaction – how the hospital facilities actually looked. We are so eager to find out and announce the big winners of 2013.”

This year's 70 nominations include facilities across the United States with impressive features big and small such as local art displays, healing gardens, educational centers, floor-to-ceiling windows, stone walls, retreat-style accommodations, and special play areas. Also featured in many nominations were the working men and women who make these places just that much more beautiful. The nominations are as follows:

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