Memorial Hospital earns three-year full accreditation from The Joint Commission

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CARTHAGE, Ill. — Memorial Hospital recently was awarded full accreditation for another three years by The Joint Commission, a nationally recognized organization that evaluates and accredits healthcare organizations.

The Joint Commission’s role is to seek to improve health care for the public by evaluating healthcare organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value.

The Joint Commission’s accreditation process assesses various aspects of healthcare, delivery, including clinical practices, patient outcomes, infection control measures and compliance with industry standards and regulations. It also includes evaluations of staff qualifications, training programs and patient engagement initiatives.

“The effort that is given to ensure our patients receive safe and quality care at Memorial Hospital is remarkable,” Raigan Brown, chief nursing officer at Memorial Hospital, said in a press release. “Our team is committed to excellence, and we are thankful for their great work.”

For more information about Memorial Hospital and its services, visit mhtlc.org.

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