Through our vision - to be a leader in care and clinical service delivery - we are dedicated to being the safest place to receive care and to deliver superior clinical outcomes.
Joint Commission Accreditation
Accreditation by The Joint Commission means we have met the high standards set by a national organization that keeps patient safety and quality of care issues at the forefront. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is a symbol of quality recognized across the nation that an organization is committed to meeting certain performance standards.
Adventist HealthCare’s Joint Commission accredited hospitals are:
Learn more about the awards and recognitions for excellence in healthcare received across our locations and services.
Your health and safety is our top priority. Learn how we are working every day to keep our patients, staff and community safe.
Selecting a Hospital to Receive Care
Quality measures provide a good snapshot of the quality of care that hospitals give; however, a hospital's quality is more than just its scores. Use this information in addition to discussions with your health care provider and family in choosing a hospital to receive care for your particular condition.