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Adventist Medical Center - Reedley Receives Performance Excellence Award

Awards & Recognition

REEDLEY – Adventist Medical Center – Reedley was among 149 hospitals throughout the country to be recognized by the Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes (CALNOC) for excellent performance in reducing hospital acquired pressure ulcers (HAPU Stage II+, or bed sores) in 2015.

The hospital received the same recognition in 2013.

“Our entire team was ecstatic to hear we once again received this honor,” says Susan Chapman, Vice President of Patient Care Services at AMC – Reedley. “It is great to be recognized for the work we do to improve patient care and safety.”

CALNOC is the nation’s first nurse quality indicators database, which tracks hospitals’ excellence in preventing harm to patients and consistency in sustaining excellent performance over many quarters.

“We congratulate all the 2015 awardees for this significant achievement to improve patient quality care and patient safety. Their work is important to the community and represents a considerable dedication to healthcare quality,” says Tony Sung, chief executive officer for CALNOC.

The hospitals were recognized by CALNOC during its annual conference in Long Beach on Oct. 26, 2015.