Gwinnett Medical Center is committed to providing the highest level of care possible. To do this, there are numerous measures we take to ensure our staff and physicians are providing medical care at exceptional levels, our patients are receiving the best care and we as an organization are doing everything we can to transform healthcare for the citizens of Gwinnett County.
Hospital Quality Measures
The Joint Commission
The Joint Commission has developed a core set of research-based hospital quality measures, which are being used across the nation. Currently this quality information relates to the care given for patients with serious medical conditions such as heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia. Information is collected from hospitals that volunteer to provide data for public reporting. Click here to learn more about Gwinnett Medical Center’s submitted data.
The following facilities are surveyed and accredited by The Joint Commission:
Programs and Initiatives
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Gwinnett Medical Center has joined the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Passport program to support our organization's quality improvement and patient safety work. Passport membership gives our entire staff access to a range of resources and activities designed to help us provide the best possible care to all our patients.
Vermont Oxford Network
We also participate in the Vermont Oxford Network, a non-profit voluntary collaboration of healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the quality and safety of medical care for newborn infants and their families.
Click here to learn more about related links regarding quality measures that will help you make informed decisions about your healthcare.
For more information on clinical quality:
Contact Nancy Kendall, MSN, RN, CPHQ
Director, Quality Resources
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