Is your hospital an innovator that’s willing to showcase your leading-edge work? Are you breaking new ground to improve the quality, efficiency and affordability of health care in your community? We invite you to bring your hospital’s improvement team to the Hospital Council 2018 Summit and participate in our Innovation Challenge. Your creative, innovative solutions are important to all of our members.
For every $1 of your dues paid, the hospital associations generated more than $400 in direct value for 2017. We’re proud to highlight many of our accomplishments on your behalf in the 2017 Member Value Report.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital (SSRRH) announced today that it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Heart-Check mark for Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers. The Gold Seal of Approval® and the Heart-Check mark represent symbols of quality from their respective organizations. (Sutter Health)
Marin General Hospital has once again been recognized for its low cesarean section delivery rates.
The Greenbrae-based hospital earned a Smart Care California Award and was named to the California Health and Human Services Agency’s Hospital C-Section Honor Roll for the second consecutive year. The Honor Roll represents 111 California birthing hospitals that achieved low C-Section deliver rates. (San Rafael Patch)
Sonoma Valley Hospital is set to sign an affiliation agreement with UCSF Health. The hospital’s board approved the agreement at its Thursday meeting while UCSF’s board is expected to approve the agreement at its March meeting.
“I believe this is going to take Sonoma Valley Hospital to the next level,” said Sonoma Valley Hospital CEO Kelly Mather. (Sonoma Index-Tribune)
San Joaquin General Hospital is now part of the ever-growing list of area hospitals using robotic surgery to enhance patient care.
Recently, the county hospital acquired the da Vinci Xi Surgical System, which offers a variety of surgical uses and is minimally invasive. The system also allows for shorter recovery and less scarring. (Central Valley Business Journal)
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