Peach hospital recognized for patient safety

Staff reportMay 22, 2013 

Peach Regional Medical Center has been recognized for patient safety.

The hospital recently was named to the Georgia Hospital Association’s Partnership for Health and Accountability Core Measures Honor Roll, according to a Central Georgia Health System news release. It is one of 18 hospitals in Georgia in the Presidential category, the release states.

“Our selection for this prestigious award is a testimony to the exemplary patient care that our employees provide on a daily basis. We are committed to patient safety and the highest standard of quality care at Peach Regional Medical Center,” Nancy Peed, CEO of Peach Regional Medical Center, said in the release.

The honor roll is based on clinical data from October 2011 to September 2012 from the federal Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services.

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