Quality

Our Commitment to Quality Ensures You Receive Exceptional Care

Harrison Medical Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality care and service to our patients. We rigorously monitor and report performance data to assist us in improving the quality of care we provide to patients. Our cardiovascular data is compared to other organizations on a state and national level. Much of this data is publicly reported so our progress in meeting our quality vision goals for world-class care can be viewed by our patients and community. To view publically reported data, see COAP (Clinical Outcomes Assesment Program).

Get With The Guidelines® Stroke

AHA Silver Plus 2013Get With The Guidelines® Stroke is a program that helps hospitals follow the most recent American Heart Association/American Stroke Association scientific guidelines for patient treatment. Harrison began voluntary participation in January 2010 to continuously improve our treatment outcomes for stroke patients.

We are pleased to announce that Harrison's coordinated program of identifying and treating stroke patients earned the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get with the Guidelines® Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award for 2013. Our commitment and success sets a higher standard, ensuring you receive exceptional care right here in your own community. 
 

 

 

 

Beacon Award graphicICU Earns National Beacon Award for Excellence
Harrison's ICU was honored as a recipient of the silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence! This national, three-year designation from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) reflects the exceptional level of care and the healthy work environment in the ICU. Out of 6,000 ICUs in the United States, 197 have received Beacon designations. Only eight Beacon Awards have been bestowed to units in Washington state.  

 

 

TJC LogoThe Joint Commission Recognizes Harrison for Quality Care
The Joint Commission named Harrison a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures specifically for its quality measures related to heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and surgical care. This designation demonstrates Harrison’s continuing commitment to accountability and using proven practices that improve patient care.