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CaroMont Regional Medical Center Among Top 5% in Nation for Emergency Medicine

02-21-2012

A report released today by HealthGrades, the leading provider of information to help consumers make an informed decision about a physician or hospital, named CaroMont Regional Medical Center among the top five percent in the nation for emergency medicine, and a recipient of the HealthGrades Emergency Medicine Excellence Award for the 3rd consecutive year 2010-2012. GMH is the only hospital in the greater Charlotte area to be named a recipient of HealthGrades 2012 Emergency Medicine Excellence Award.

“CaroMont Health’s commitment to excellence in patient care is demonstrated through continual improvement of clinical and organizational performance, said Jan Mathews, Assistant Vice President of Quality Management.

“Implementation of this process takes place through the design, measurement, assessment, and improvement of new and existing processes. This commitment is evident in our emergency department with redesign of patient flow which allows the best quality of care to take place in a timely manner. Our community can be assured their individual needs will be addressed upon entering the doors of CaroMont Regional Medical CenterEmergency Department.”

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About CaroMont Health
As your locally focused, nationally honored health partner, CaroMont Health is promoting a more vibrant community through individual health care. To do this, we’ve created a network of top resources across five counties, all centered on a state-of-the-art, 435-bed hospital that’s ranked among the best in the nation. It’s a spectrum of health services that’s just the right size to deliver high-quality, individualized care that has been recognized by the following experts:

  • CareChex rating service: First in the nation for medical excellence for overall care
  • Region’s only Hospital to receive North Carolina’s Award for Performance Excellence (Baldrige)
  • Joint Commission: Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care.