Staff celebrate Carmen Shell, a senior vice president at MorseLife, who was recently awarded executive of the year by LeadingAge Florida for upholding and advancing the company’s standards for excellence in care.

Based on an independent confidential survey of its employees, MorseLife Health System in Palm Beach County, Florida was selected by Fortune Magazine as one of the Best Workplaces in Aging Services™ for 2022.

According to Fortune’s Great Place to Work® Global Employee Engagement Study, 86 percent of MorseLife employees felt it is a “great place to work” compared with 57 percent of those employed at typical comparable U.S.-based aging services organizations.

At MorseLife’s 50-acre campus, over 2,500 employees provide in-person care to more than 3,600 seniors each day. With a wide range of available MorseLife services, including short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, independent and assisted living, memory care assisted living, hospice, home health care, care management, a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE), and care for indigent Holocaust survivors, MorseLife employees serve in myriad departments, including culinary, housekeeping, nursing and physical therapy in a full continuum of care that collectively provides a lifeline for many seniors in Palm Beach County.

Notably, 90% of MorseLife employees who responded to the survey cited that they feel good about the ways the company contributes to the community. MorseLife Foundation funds multiple programs supporting vulnerable seniors living amid the prosperity of Palm Beach County, including delivery of more than 50,000 nutritious meals annually to homebound, needy seniors.