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Healthcare Organizations Success Stories

Cooper University Health Care

Cooper University Health Care has been a leading provider of health services for the people of Southern New Jersey from more than 128 years with a mission to serve, to heal, to educate. Cooper University Health Care consists of Cooper University Hospital, MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, three Urgent Care Centers, and more than 700 physicians practicing in more than 100 outpatient offices across the region. Cooper physicians practice in more than 75 specialties.

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Pocahontas Memorial Hospital

The first hospital for Pocahontas County, West Virginia was completed in 1906. The Marlinton Hospital and Infirmary was the 16th hospital licensed in the state of West Virginia. In 1926, a group of citizens petitioned the county court to designate the hospital as a Memorial Hospital to honor the county men and women who had served in World War I. For one hundred and ten years, the hospital has continued providing access to care for our county and employment for our citizenry.

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Saint Barnabas Medical Center

Saint Barnabas Medical Center, a RWJBarnabas Health facility and New Jersey’s oldest nonprofit, nonsectarian hospital, has worked to bring to life its mission of Compassionate Care, Healthcare Excellence and Superior Service (CCHESS). Our award-winning, 597-bed institution is committed to exceed its community’s highest expectations. Saint Barnabas Medical Center is home to New Jersey’s only certified burn center, one of the five largest Kidney Transplant programs in the nation, performing 301 transplants in 2015, and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with outstanding outcomes that lead the nation.

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Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers

Located 55 miles southwest of Chicago, Morris Hospital was founded in 1906 by members of the community who believed the sick and injured shouldn’t have to travel far from home to receive medical services. Today, that same vision and determination inspires the employees, volunteers, physicians and volunteer Board members who work together to make the independent, community-based, 89-bed Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers one of the leading healthcare organizations in the nation. Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is one of Truven Health Analytics 100 Top Hospitals award winners for 2016.

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Memorial Hospital of Converse County

Since 1942 Memorial Hospital of Converse County has coupled advanced medicine with hometown care in east central Wyoming. The Critical Access Hospital pioneered many healthcare firsts in Wyoming transforming itself from a small, traditional, community based hospital into a regional thought-leader and healthcare destination. In 2013, Memorial Hospital partnered with the Studer Group and began hardwiring standards and behaviors for improved results.

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TriStar Horizon Medical Center

TriStar Horizon Medical Center is a fully accredited, 157-bed facility located 40 miles west of Nashville, Tennessee and serves an expanded region in Western Middle Tennessee. TriStar Horizon is part of HCA’s TriStar Nashville market, which includes an integrated network of 11 hospitals, surgery centers, urgent care centers, and an extensive physician network.

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Littleton Regional Healthcare

Littleton Regional Healthcare's commitment to excellent patient care led to a partnership with Studer Group in 2013. Leaders began purposeful rounding with employees to enhance relationships and communication. LRH leadership has worked closely with physicians and providers to ensure quality care is provided in the clinic and hospital settings. As employees’ and providers’ engagement increased so has the patients’ experience of care. Results of the inpatient satisfaction surveys saw the overall rating of 9-10 improve from the 55th percentile to the 81st. Following a specialized assessment, focused efforts in the Emergency Department raised ED patient satisfaction from the 25th to the 72nd percentile while significantly increasing the volume of patients receiving care in the emergency department.

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Mary Greeley Medical Center

Mary Greeley began working with the Studer Group in 2006. From the introduction of AIDET to implementation of leadership rounding, the relationship has impacted patient care and workplace culture in a variety of ways. The impact can be seen in three overall areas, says Neal Loes, RN, BSN, MS, vice president and chief nursing officer.

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Ministry Door County Medical Center

For more than 70 years, Ministry Door County Medical Center (MDCMC) in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin has been the leader in health and wellness for Door County. MDCMC is an acute-care hospital and outpatient medical center with 25 licensed beds and a wide range of specialties including the Women’s and Children’s Center, the Door County Cancer Center, a skilled nursing facility, a Rehabilitation Services department, and Ministry North Shore Medical Clinic. With its main campus in Sturgeon Bay and satellite clinics and Rehab Services facilities in four smaller communities, Ministry serves a wide range of patients.

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Hôpital Montfort

Since opening its doors in 1953, Hôpital Montfort has been dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised care to its population. This is articulated clearly in its mission and vision: quality cares; improve health, and hospital of choice! The Emergency Department at Hôpital Montfort has had many successes in the past 12 months that are helping to ensure that its patients are receiving high quality and evidence-based care. All of the new and improved ways of doing things have significantly improved some of our core quality indicators and patient experience scores. These improvements have not only been significant but more importantly, sustained.

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Ashley County Medical Center

Ashley County Medical Center has made tremendous strides in the past four years since partnering with Studer Group. Although Ashley County Medical center is still in its infancy with Studer we have seen vast improvements. Being a small Rural Critical Access Hospital has forced our organization to take a much slower but appropriate speed in implementing Studer tactics. From the minute anyone enters our facility, they are treated exceptionally well and recognized as a valued patron of our hospital.

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Rockcastle Regional Hospital Respiratory Care Center

Over the years Rockcastle Regional Hospital has earned the reputation as a progressive, patient-centered, physician-friendly hospital. But since it began partnering with Studer Group in 2012, its journey to excellence has been fueled by evidence-based management tools and best practices. As a result, performance and satisfaction measures are soaring, and the organization is accomplishing more than ever. “Our physicians and employees are the reason for our success,” said Stephen A. Estes, president and CEO. “But by strategically joining hands with the right partners such as the University of Kentucky and, more recently, Studer Group, we’ve taken our organization to the next level.”

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Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics

A community resource since 1962, Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics is a not-for-profit primary care health organization serving Taylor, Price, and Clark counties in northcentral Wisconsin. In addition to a 25-bed critical access, level III trauma care hospital, our organization includes five primary care clinic locations, two walk-in clinics, a specialist clinic, an oncology clinic, a retail pharmacy, two therapy centers, a public fitness center, a Kidney Care (dialysis) center, and a continuum of senior care services from assisted living to restorative nursing services. We employ nearly 650 people, making us one of the largest employers in our community.
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Natchitoches Regional Medical Center

At Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, there have been many accomplishments in the past 18 months, and the community is now benefiting from our success. Most recently our Emergency Department was selected as Emergency Department of the Quarter for 4th quarter 2015 by The Studer Group. Shorter “Door to Doc” times, new stroke protocols and improved patient satisfaction scores earned the national award. We have added a new robotics program; opened a walk-in clinic and a hyperbaric wound care center; a pediatric hospitalist program; and all round greater patient satisfaction for inpatient and outpatient care.
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Crossing Rivers Health

Located where the Wisconsin River meets the great Mississippi – Crossing Rivers Health (CRH), an independent not-for-profit, 25 bed Critical Access Hospital and level IV trauma center, began as Prairie du Chien Memorial Hospital in 1957. With the addition of two clinics and several additional services, it became CRH in 2013 to better reflect the service to the region. CRH has grown to serve approximately 290 people per day and employ approximately 350 healthcare professionals.

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St. Joseph's Health Care London

Renowned for compassionate care, St. Joseph’s Health Care London is a leading academic health care centre in Canada dedicated to helping people live to their fullest by minimizing the effects of injury, disease and disability through excellence in care, teaching and research. Through partnership with Lawson Health Research Institute and our collaborative engagement with other health care and academic partners, St. Joseph’s has become an international leader in the areas of: chronic disease management; medical imaging; specialized mental health care; rehabilitation; specialized geriatrics; and surgery. St. Joseph’s operates through a wide range of hospital, clinic and long-term and community based settings, including: St. Joseph’s Hospital; Parkwood Institute; Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care; and the Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care.

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Seton Healthcare Family

Seton Healthcare Family, a member of Ascension, is an Austin, TX faith-based non-profit health care system founded in 1902 by the Daughters of Charity. Seton employs over 12,000 associates and operates more than 100 clinical locations, including 11 hospitals; two of which are Level 1 trauma centers, and four of which will be training sites for the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas in 2016. Over last decade, Seton has donated $2.5 billion in care and $2 billion in community benefit for individuals throughout its service area. Called to be a sign of God's unconditional love for all, Seton delivers more than health care. Seton delivers Humancare – high-quality, person-centered care with the dignity and respect that everyone deserves.

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Unity Medical and Surgical Hospital

Surrounded by two major hospitals, Unity Medical and Surgical Hospital is the first to admit that it is not the biggest hospital around, nor does it want to be.  “Our goal is to take that ‘big box’ feel out of each patient encounter and to provide intimate, personalized and compassionate care,” says John M. Day, Unity’s President and CEO.  
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St. James Parish Hospital

St. James Parish Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Louisiana offering a growing range of inpatient and outpatient services to the southeast river parishes. St. James Parish Hospital originally opened in 1955 and has served the community for nearly 60 years since. In 2008, a new state-of-the-art facility was constructed offering room for growth and expansion. Less than five years later, the hospital opened its first medical plaza to house an array of hospital-owned practices and specialty clinics to better serve the needs of patients. Most recently, St. James Parish Hospital purchased two off-site clinics to house new practices and services.
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West Park Hospital

Located at the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, West Park Hospital in Cody, Wyoming is somewhat unique.  WPH is often referred to as a “Critical Access Hospital on steroids” in reference to the robust number of medical services and programs offered for the benefit of the community and region.  In addition to our acute care beds, we have a 93-bed long term care center, 20-bed chemical dependency unit and an 8-bed stand-alone hospice house.   With great foresight to best serve its constituents, the hospital partnered with Studer in the fall of 2012.  
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