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White Memorial recognized for CALNOC Performance Excellence Award in the Reduction of Injury Falls

Awards & Recognition

CALNOC, the nation's first nurse quality indicators database, today announced its annual CALNOC Performance Excellence Awards recognizing exceptional hospitals for outstanding performance in the areas of reducing hospital acquired pressure ulcers, injuries from falls and infections. 130 hospitals are recognized for their commitment and dedication to nursing quality.

This year's winners represent hospitals of various sizes and affiliation. These hospitals have a long and consistent track record of monitoring and measuring performance with the CALNOC registry in order to deliver the highest standard of care to their communities ...

The following hospitals were recognized for Performance Excellence in the Reduction of Injury Falls:

Alameda Hospital, Alhambra Hospital, Arroyo Grande Community Hospital, California Pacific-California Campus, California Pacific Davis Campus, Cascade Valley Hospital, Community Hospital Huntington Park, French Hospital Medical Center, Fountain Valley Regional, Kaiser Permanente Fontana, Kaiser Permanente Hayward, Kaiser Permanente Manteca, Kaiser Permanente Moreno Valley, Kaiser Permanente Riverside, Kaiser Permanente Sacramento, Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville, Methodist Hospital of Southern California, Modoc Medical Center, Northbay Medical Center Fairfield, O'Connor Hospital, Queen of the Valley, Scripps Mercy San Diego, San Joaquin Community Hospital, Santa Clara Medical Center, Seton Medical Center, Silverton Hospital, Sonora Regional Medical Center, St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake, St Mary Medical Center, Sutter Auburn Faith, Sutter Coast Hospital, Sutter Davis Hospital, Swedish Medical Ballard, Tahoe Forest Hospital, Tri City Medical Center, Tulare Local Healthcare District, UC San Francisco, Medical Center of Mt. Zion, Walla Walla General Hospital, White Memorial Medical Center, Woodland Healthcare.

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