Redmond Regional Medical Center is proud to have earned numerous accreditations from professional medical organizations across our service lines and to be the recipient of awards and recognitions highlighting our commitment to quality, compassionate, and comprehensive patient care.
2008 to 2015 - Circle of Excellence for Patient Safety and Quality by Georgia Hospital Association (GHA)
Winners of this award must earn a Patient Safety Award in the current year as well as three or more awards within the past five years.
2008 to 2015 - Circle of Excellence, Partnership for Health and Accountability by Georgia Hospital Association (GHA)
The Circle of Excellence is for hospitals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to quality and patient safety as evidenced by earning three or more patient safety awards from the Georgia Hospital Association's Partnership for Healthcare and Accountability within the previous 5 years and being a current award winner in the year of the Circle of Excellence Award.
2016 – Award for Excellence Coverdell Stroke Registry by Georgia Department of Public Health and the Georgia Coverdell Acute Stroke Registry
The “Door-to-Needle Time” award is given to hospitals that have entered a minimum of five patients in 2015 with an average door-to-needle time of less than 45 minutes. The award is also offered to hospitals that have shown a 20% decrease in door-to-needle time compared to the previous year.
2015 – First Place Quality and Patient Safety Award for Hospitals with 100-299 Beds
“Improving IV Pump Safety and Effectiveness of Alarms,”
2012, 2013, 2015 One of the Top Medium Size Hospitals by Georgia Trend Magazine
Georgia Trend’s decision is based on quality of care, patient satisfaction, mortality and readmission statistics, and data on hospital acquired conditions.
2014 Hospital Engagement Network Patient Safety Leaders Circle—Elite Circle
This recognition is for hospitals with the greatest improvement and participation in the Hospital Acquired Conditions prevention and improvement activities through the hospital engagement network.
2012 - 2016 Gold Plus Achievement Award, Silver Plus April 2011 Achievement Award for Heart Failure by American Heart Association
For at least one year, Redmond Regional has treated a minimum of 85% compliance to the core standard levels of care as outlined by the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology secondary prevention guidelines for Heart Failure Patients.
2011-2014 Center of Distinction, 2012-2014 Robert A Warriner III, M.D. Center of Excellence, and 2012 Zone 4 Center of the Year Awards by Healogics
Performance Indicators include patient satisfaction (≥92%), healing rate (≥91%), outlier rate (≤19%) and median time to heal (≤30 days)
2011 - 2013 Top Performers on Key Quality Metrics by Joint Commission
The Joint Commission recognizes the accredited hospitals and critical access hospitals that attained and sustained excellence in accountability measure performance during the calendar year 2010. As "Top Performers on Key Quality Measures", these hospitals represent the top 14 percent of Joint Commission accredited hospitals of those that report core measure performance data.
2014 - 2016 Get with the Guidelines – Stroke Recognition Program – Achieving Gold Plus Award by American Heart Association
The Plus awards represent hospitals that have followed treatment guidelines in certain key measures at least 85 percent of the time and additional 75 percent compliance with module specific quality measures for at least twelve consecutive months.
2013 Gold Performance Achievement Award by Action Registry-Get with the Guidelines
This award recognizes hospitals that have sustained performance measure score composites of 90% or better in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction patients for eight consecutive quarters, ending quarter four 2013.
The Joint Commission Accreditation
Redmond Regional is proud to be accredited by The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 15,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization's commitment to meeting certain performance standards. Accreditation is awarded to a health care organization that is in compliance with all standards at the time of the on-site survey or has successfully addressed requirements for improvement within 90 days following the survey.
Redmond has the distinction of holding eight certificates from the Joint Commission for outstanding care:
- Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)
- Vascular Surgery, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, and Carotid Stenosis
- Advanced Heart Failure
- Advanced Primary Stroke Center
- Joint Replacement - Hip
- Joint Replacement – Knee
American College of Radiology Awards
The American College of Radiology (ACR) is a professional medical organization dedicated to making imaging safe, effective, and accessible to those who need it. Accreditation means Redmond Regional’s radiologists and technologists meet ACR standards of image quality, personnel qualifications, equipment requirements, quality assurance, and quality control.
Redmond Regional has multiple ACR accreditations:
- Breast Center of Excellence
- 2016 Designated Lung Cancer Screening Center
- 2012 to present - Accreditation of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Services for Head, Spine, Body, MSK, and MRA
- 2012 to present - Accreditation for Mammography's Three Units
- 2010 to present - Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Services
- 2010 to present - Accreditation for Breast Ultrasound and Ultrasound-Guided Biopsy
2005 to present - Accredited Chest Pain Center (Cycle IV) with PCI by Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC)
The Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC) has an organizational mission dedicated to the improvement of the clinical processes for the early assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and heart failure (HF) within facilities serving our communities.
2015 Lung Screening Center of Excellence - Lung Cancer Alliance
Redmond is leading the way to improve lung cancer outcomes by providing lung screenings for those at-risk as part of their continuum of multi-disciplinary care for lung cancer.