EAMC recognized for high surgical quality … again
For the third time, Eisenhower Army Medical Center has been recognized by the American College of Surgeons’ National Surgical Quality Improvement Program for its safety initiatives and quality of care.
The ACS NSQIP program recognized 88 of nearly 722 participating hospitals for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in calendar year 2018.
“To be recognized among the top 14 percent of hospitals across the nation for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care speaks to the caliber of health care professionals we have in Eisenhower Army Medical Center,” said Col. Carlene A.S Blanding, commanding officer, EAMC. Our commitment to excellence in providing safe and quality health care is demonstrated throughout our organization. Every member of the EAMC team, whether directly involved with patient care or not, played a significant role and contributed to our earning this recognition.
“Our active duty service members, their family members and all of our beneficiaries depend on us to provide the very best and that is what we deliver,” she said. “To have an independent, outside organization such as the American College of Surgeons validate our practices is a testament to the professionalism and dedication of the people of Eisenhower Army Medical Center who serve America’s soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen.”