As a patient, you play a key role in the quality and safety of your own health care. The more educated you are about quality health care, the better decisions you can make for you and your family.

Glendale Adventist Medical Center believes that measuring quality in health care should involve examining many variables in the delivery of care—the results or outcomes achieved; the compliance with evidence-based processes known to enhance care; the volume of patients successfully treated who have complex diagnoses and procedures; our safety record; and the patient's experience. 

What quality means at Glendale Adventist Medical Center:

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GAMC also has world-renowned physicians dedicated to quality care. Find one now.

Who is Taking These Measurements?

Many organizations today (some governmental, some private) are measuring quality in health care using varying criteria. Here are some examples:

Awards, Recognitions and Certifications

GAMC is proud to have recently received the Women's Choice Award for Patient Safety. The Women’s Choice Award is the only distinction that identifies the nation’s best health care institutions based on robust criteria that considers patient satisfaction, clinical excellence and women’s highest preferences when it comes to treatment and a quality hospital experience. Learn more in the video below.

*The data represented on this site is the most current available.