Group of Happy Employees

PATIENT SAFETY: IT’S MORE THAN JUST CHECKING BOXES

Making checklists work: KershawHealth excels as South Carolina experiments with surgical checklists

KershawHealth, Capella’s newest hospital, was featured on the cover of Modern Healthcare magazine the week of January 25, a result of the outstanding work they’ve done to improve care thr…
Saving Lives

ATTENTION AND DILIGENCE SAVED A LIFE

Don exemplified our commitment to treat everyone like family.

Recently, Don encountered an elderly couple who arrived at the Ambulatory Care Unit in the early hours of the morning. He greeted them and made sure they were introduced to the nursing staff. Don happened to be working in the ACU waiting a…
Saving Lives

IT’S OUR HOSPITAL

Pride in ownership leads to national quality recognition

Willamette Valley Medical Center (McMinnville, OR) is nationally recognized for its high quality care, thanks to its outstanding staff who are dedicated to providing amazing care, every time. The 88-bed hospital is one of just 117 hospit…
Group of Women Smiling

THIRTY YEARS LATER

A SPECIAL BIRTHDAY FOR MELISSA AT NORTH ALABAMA MEDICAL CENTER – ECM

Thirty-something years ago this past weekend, Debbie Grissom headed to ECM to deliver her baby girl, Melissa. With the help of ECM Labor and Delivery nurse Robin Price, all went well. Little did Debbie know that her daughter woul…
Doctor with New Mom and Baby

ONE OF THE NATION’S BEST PLACES TO WORK IN HEALTHCARE

Employees and physicians enjoy serving at SWMC

Southwestern Medical Center in Lawton, Oklahoma, has made remarkable strides since joining the Capella Healthcare family of hospitals as one of its four legacy hospitals in 2005. Celebrating its 108th year of service to the community in 2016, SWM…
Doctor and Patient Smiling Together

GETTING A PATIENT BACK ON HIS FEET

Putting patients first at Clinton Memorial Hospital, so that they can get back to doing what they love.

Before his vascular surgery with Dr. Brian Santin, Thomas wasn’t even able to mow his own grass, because the backs of his legs would lock up, and his feet were always cold. Now, he’s back to his da…
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