Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital has received a four-star rating for safe care by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
“This rating demonstrates our focus on providing world-class health care, every day and in every way,” said Sean Fowler, Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital CEO. “This recognition is the result of a lot of hard work by everyone here at Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital. These reviews involve a lot of data from various points in time, and this four-star rating is a reflection of thecontinuing and consistentdedication ofour team members.”
CMS is part of the Department of Health and Human Services and assigns star ratings to hospitals across the country in order to help patients make informed decisions about their health care. As part of its mission to provide the public with accurate information about health care quality, CMS has updated the review program to make the ratings more transparent and easier for patients and hospitals to interpret and understand.
“This is good news for the hospital and good news for the community,” said Michelle Nash, MPA, BSN, RN, CPHQ, HACP, CIC, Director of Infection Control. “Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital is an important asset to this whole region, and the quality of care we deliver has a real impact on the lives of East Texans. This four-star rating is a clear, current assessment of the safety and quality of the health care we offer.”
Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital staff takes tremendous pride in offering the best care possible to every member of this community. Established in 1928, the hospital continues earning distinctions and making a positive difference. Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital’s Breast Care Center Mammography Facility is accredited by The American College of Radiology and the Cecil R. Bomar Rehabilitation Center is an internationally accredited Center of Excellence for Rehab. For more information, visit nacmem.org.