Acute Care Unit Improves Quality Healthcare
Bergen Regional Medical Center’s Acute Care Unit 11-4
Recognized by the New Jersey Hospital Association for Its Dedication to Improving Quality Healthcare
(Paramus, NJ) Bergen Regional Medical Center’s Acute Care Unit 11-4 was recognized by the New Jersey Hospital Association for its dedication to improving quality healthcare and active participation in the NJHA Institute for Quality and Patient Safety Collaborative, Transforming Care at the Bedside.
“Our staff is always looking for new and innovative ways to provide the best service and care to our patients and it’s wonderful to see their dedication to service honored,” said Joseph Orlando, BRMC President and Chairman.
The BRMC team that participated in Transforming Care at the Bedside focused on to enhancing the quality of patient care and service, creating more effective care teams, and improving patient satisfaction and staff retention. The team was encouraged to generate innovative ideas to improve patient safety, build effective care teams, and develop systems that enhance their ability to deliver timely and efficient quality care.
Recently, Bergen Regional Medical Center has been recognized for a variety of workplace achievements including being named “Nursing Home of the Year” by the NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes Award Program and receiving accreditation by the Joint Commission for its Long Term Care Division. Less than 6% of LTC facilities nationwide pursue and receive Joint Commission accreditation.
July 30, 2012
Contact: Donnalee Corrieri