(TELL CITY, INDIANA) – Perry County Memorial Hospital was announced as a 5-Star Hospital by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for patient experience.
Perry County Memorial Hospital is the only critical access hospital within 50 miles to receive this prestigious distinction. The 5-Star rating is the highest rating given by CMS.
“Receiving this recognition is a validation of the outstanding care we provide the community,” said Brian Herwig, Chief Executive Officer. “Our skilled physicians and nurses along with our supporting care team members ensure our patients receive an exceptional level of care keeping safety, quality, and the patient experience top priority,” continued Herwig.
The star hospital rating is based on data publicly reported on CMS’ Hospital Compare tool.
The rating shows how well each hospital performed on average compared to other hospitals in the U.S. in treating common conditions such as sepsis or pneumonia.
It reflects performance on up to 37 measures across five aspects of quality, including patient experience, safety of care, and timely and effective care.
Patients can go to compare information about the quality of care at medicare certified hospitals. “https://www.medicare.gov/
See the services and specialties Perry County Memorial Hospital provides by going to: “http://www.pchosital.org”
About Perry County Memorial Hospital
Perry County Memorial Hospital is dedicated to fulfilling the organization’s mission to provide high quality healthcare and exemplary customer service in the most caring, compassionate, and effective manner.
PCMH is devoted to providing quality healthcare, making it the healthcare provider of choice for the community it serves. To find out more about Perry County Memorial Hospital, visit: “https://clicktime.symantec.