Joint Commission Accreditation
By demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety, our hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission.
The Joint Commission, a leader in determining quality and safety standards for healthcare delivery, seeks to continuously improve healthcare for the public by evaluating healthcare organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective patient care. It is the nation's oldest and largest standards-setting body in healthcare. Learn more about The Joint Commission.
We Proudly Display our Gold Seal of Approval™
Stroke Rehabilitation, Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Rehabilitation and Advanced Inpatient Diabetes
Committed to a higher level of care, our stroke rehabilitation, brain injury rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation, spine injury rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation and diabetes programs have earned Disease-Specific Care Certification from The Joint Commission in addition to Joint Commission accreditation. This Gold Seal of Approval™ is a direct reflection of our commitment to provide comprehensive treatment programs to help patients reach maximum outcomes.
The rehabilitation programs underwent an extensive, unannounced, on-site evaluation by a team of Joint Commission reviewers and were evaluated against Joint Commission standards. To earn the certification, our hospital successfully demonstrated compliance with national standards and effective use of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines to manage and optimize care for patients recovering from stroke, brain injury, cardiac, spinal cord injury, orthopedic conditions and diabetes.
Our hospital also presented an organized approach to performance measurement and improvement activities, including care specific to the needs of patients and families, infection prevention and control, and medication management. Learn more about Disease-Specific Care Certification from The Joint Commission