With more than 1,000 hospital accreditations granted, our reputation has grown among the leaders in the fields of emergency medicine and cardiology. Together, we are creating communities of excellence that operationalize the science of cardiovascular medicine.
Because Every Heart Matters™ we are happy to share both success stories and a few brief "real-life" reports that resonate with our cardiovascular community.
We are proud of this certification. It demonstrates our commitment to providing the best evidence-driven care to those served by our Emergency Department in New Berlin.Daniel Mielnicki, MD, Emergency Medicine Medical Director, Moorland Reserve Emergency Department, Berlin, Wisconsin
The accreditation process for Afib was very well done and supported by our reviewer every step of the way. She provided support, education and process improvements that will help our a-fib patients. Our Cardiologists appreciated her vast knowledge.Elaine Walker, RN MSN Scranton Regional, Scranton, Pennsylvania
The accreditation team was fabulous! They were very helpful every step of the way and were eager to offer suggestions on ways to improve patient care. Thank you!!Cheryl Bailey, Executive Director, Cullman Regional, Cullman, Alabama
Chest Pain Accreditation is a great way for community hospitals to validate evidenced based practices or assist in initiating those best practices if they are not currently present.Daniel Sutton, BS, MPA, RRT Regional VP CV Services Hillcrest Hospital, Mayfield Heights, Ohio
I just want to say how impressed I was with the assistance and encouragement given by our accreditation navigator. She was amazing! She was there at every step of the process to give feedback clearly defines the importance of heart failure patients in the CMS reimbursement paradigm for the executive team.Niki Mclamb-Doanes, RN, CCCC, CV Accreditation Coordinator, Piedmont Henry Hospital, Stockbridge, Georgia
You cannot imagine what this goal means to me, personally. I love my facility. Being a nurse has always been my passion and heart — how I enter a room, so to speak. I want our patients to have the safest environment to come to and the best possible outcomes. I want everyone in our community to know that our little facility can care for hearts in a BIG way.Trish Jankowski, Clinical Nurse Educator, Chest Pain Coordinator, Mimbres Memorial Hospital, Deming, New Mexico