الخميس، 9 مايو، 2013

St. John's Hospital


Throughout its more than 135-year history St. John's has been fortunate to have strong leaders who recognize the hospital's impact, not only on patients and their families, but the community as well. These individuals, who volunteer their time, help St. John's administrative team make decisions to ensure the hospital always provides family-centered health care in a cost-effective manner.




Mission & Values 
"To reveal and embody Christ's healing love for all people through our high quality Franciscan health care ministry."  
Our mission's two facets -- business and spiritual -- help us redefine our purpose every day. The business side manages the realities of how to serve those that need our help, while the spiritual side focuses on the people who come to be healed. That spiritual focus sets us apart -- surfacing in the values we hold and our commitment to service.

Respect

Recognizing that every person, from time of conception, is a creature of God. 
As health care professionals, we see and treat people with injuries and ailments every day. It is important to remember that even though caring for patients is a regular occurrence for us, being cared for is not a regular occurrence for our patients. For them it is a new, and possibly, scary experience. We need to place ourselves in their shoes and show respect for them and how they are feeling. 
Terri Gustafson, Physical Therapist, Rehabilitation
 
Terri-Gustafson   
 Care 
John-Brown   
Care embodies the concern, compassion, and sensitivity with which we care for patients as individuals on a one-to-one basis. It depicts our way of dealing with patients, clients, employees and co-workers. Many times it is thought of as a bedside behavior, but it also belongs in business offices, cafeterias and board rooms.
We learn from St. Francis of Assisi to love and care for all God’s creation. Care for me is about safety and comfort for our patients and their families. To be successful in caring for them, we must take good care of our work surroundings. Our co-workers also deserve care and respect. Our community also needs us to have a caring attitude toward its people and its animals. 
John Brown, Procedural Tech, Surgery  
 
 Competence  
Competence means that our work is performed and our hospital is managed with the highest level of skill and ability. We are committed to recruiting and developing people who are competent in their work and whose values reflect our own. Our values are an integral part of our hospital’s strategic plan, which provides the overall framework for local activities.
Competence is always putting 100% into everything you do. By showing that you are competent in your skills, you are respecting yourself and those around you. 
Amy Leverenz, RN, Pediatrics
  

Amy-Leverenz  
 Joy  
Joy is the manner is which our staff members and all who join us in our ministry seek to perform their work — the internal fulfillment of caring for others. It is an essential ingredient in bringing a sense of hope to those who suffer.
It is a joy to work at St. John's Hospital where employees not only can acknowledge and thank our Creator, but we also are privileged to serve and protect His most precious creation: human life.
Elizabeth Sheraden, Secretary, Center for Living  
Liz-Sheraden

St. John's Hospital • 800 E. Carpenter Street • Springfield, IL 62769 
(217) 544-6464 | st-johns.org 

https://www.st-johns.org

Kadlec Medical Center


When Kadlec opened its doors in 1944, the hospital was established to care for the Hanford area workers and their families. Since then, we have grown to a regional Medical Center providing care for the people throughout the Mid-Columbia.
As a non-profit, private corporation governed by local volunteer trustees, our decisions are made with our community's best interest in mind. We are dedicated to bringing you and your family not only some of the latest high-tech medical equipment but our staff is committed to providing all our patients with compassionate, high quality care.
Kadlec is the home to a growing open heart surgery and interventional cardiology program, the region's only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a world-class all digital outpatient imaging center as well as a number of other innovative services and programs.



Our Mission
To provide quality health care for every patient.
Our Vision
To be the comprehensive regional integrated health delivery system.
Our Values
Respect: We treat everyone with acceptance, valuing individual and cultural difference, and showing care and concern for others.
Integrity: We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards for honesty, truthfulness and public service.
Cooperation: We join with others across the organization to advance the interest of the patient and family.

509-946-4611
Kadlec Regional Medical Center
888 Swift Boulevard
Richland, WA 99352




Central Vermont Medical Center

We are the primary health care provider for the 66,000 people who live and work in central Vermont. Our hospital provides 24-hour emergency care, with a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services. The medical center also includes the National LifeCancer Treatment Center, 18 Medical Group Practices, and the Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Home.


Our Mission:

We work collaboratively to meet the needs and improve the health of the residents of central Vermont.

Our Vision:

The care you need, from the people you trust.

Central Vermont Medical Center - A Brief History

Montpelier's Heaton Hospital, founded in 1895, and Barre City Hospital, founded in 1907, merged in 1963 to form the Central Vermont Medical Center.


  • In 1895, Homer W. Heaton founded Heaton Hospital in Montpelier, Vermont's capital city.
  • In the neighboring town of Barre, Frank E. Langley and a group of community leaders organized in 1904 “to maintain a public hospital, not for profit, in the City of Barre.” Barre City Hospital opened three years later.
  • By 1960, there were only 37 physicians in Washington County, down from a high of 58 in 1885. The physicians of Barre and Montpelier, along with other community leaders, revived talks of merging the two hospitals as a way of preserving and expanding community-based medical care for central Vermonters.
  • By March of 1961, the Medical Staffs from Heaton Hospital and Barre City Hospital had voted to reciprocate staff privileges. This action was quickly followed by the State Health Commission's recommendation that the two hospitals merge to eliminate duplication and provide a broader range of health care services to its citizens. Less than six months later, the Medical Staff of Mayo Memorial Hospital, a small 29-bed hospital located 15 miles to the south voted to join in the merger discussions.
  • In 1963, Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) was incorporated. Five years and nearly $5.5 million later, construction was completed. The new 175-bed hospital combined the Boards of Directors and the Medical Staffs of Barre City Hospital and Heaton Hospital. Also integrated were Mayo Memorial Hospital's physicians and the local Osteopathic physicians.
  • In August 1968, CVH opened its doors on a beautiful 70-acre site in Berlin under the direction of Joel Walker, the former administrator of Barre City Hospital. Harold F. Shea, assumed the role of President, Board of Trustees of the Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC), Parent Corporation to the hospital. Governor Philip Hoff and Vermont's senior US Senator, George D. Aiken, presided at the opening ceremonies, which were attended by hundreds of well-wishers. The festivities ran as the lead story in the localTimes-Argus on August 12, 1968.
  • The new hospital employed 395 local residents, making it one of the largest employers in the area. In its first year in operation, the hospital experienced an 83% occupancy rate and 949 births. CVH discharged 7,600 patients, saw over 9,000 people in the Emergency Room, provided over 288,000 hours of nursing care, conducted over 88,000 laboratory tests and extended more than $120,000 in charity care. The cost for a semi-private room was $40 a day.
  • In 1993, CVMC extended the commitment they had made in the 1970s to provide long-term care locally by opening Woodridge. This Nursing Home was built on the hospital's grounds to further ensure the availability of convenient, quality long-term care in a home-like environment.
  • State approval to undergo a major modernization and expansion program at CVMC was given approval in 2005. This project resulted in new and much needed Operating Room space and a New Birthing Center as well as reorganized space for the efficient delivery of the growing array of outpatient services. Construction was completed in2007.
  • CVMC broke ground on the new National Life Cancer Treatment Center in September 2008. After a year of construction, the new facility opened its doors to patients at the beginning of October 2009.
  • CVMC opened up its new Aquatic Wellness Center in January 2011, which has the only therapeutic temperature pool in central Vermont. Extensive renovations on theEmergency Department also began in the fall of 2010 and were completed in August 2011. Renovations included a new entrance and parking area, expansion of ambulance bays, as well as significant interior renovations and security enhancements.
  • Today, CVMC operates a hospital facility with 122 licensed beds, serves a population of 66,000, and employs nearly 1,400 people. More than 25,000 patients are seen annually in CVMC's Emergency Department and more than 164,000 outpatient treatments including over 3,000 outpatient surgeries are provided. The Medical Center boasts a medical staff of nearly 135 physicians and over 35 nurse practitioners, physician assistants and midwifes representing a wide range of primary and specialty services. Today, CVMC and its Medical Staff work in close collaboration with other health care providers in the region to maximize locally available health services.
To the credit of those who forged ahead with thoughts of merger in the face of skepticism, Central Vermont Medical Center continues to grow as a health care resource for the entire central Vermont community.

At CVMC we are continually trying to improve the way we provide care to the community. If you have a comment, a suggestion, a compliment or concern, please let us hear from you. You can use the form below or call our Community Relations Department at 802-371-4100.
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 547
Barre, VT 05641
Physical Address:
130 Fisher Rd
Berlin, VT 05602

https://www.cvmc.org

Alton Memorial Hospital, Alton, usa

Alton Memorial Hospital is an award-winning, acute-care, community hospital with the newest private patient rooms and the latest technologies. 

Affiliated with BJC HealthCare, Alton Memorial Hospital medical professionals treat patients from a five-county area, covering such medical specialties as emergency care, orthopedics, surgery, digestive health, cardiology, pulmonary, women’s health services and more. And with our Cancer Care Center on campus, patients have specialists and support programs right here, close to home. 

Our recent "Best in Value" award for excellence in service, quality, patient satisfaction and value is a testament to the type of compassionate care we’ve delivered to the residents of our community since 1937. 

You don’t need to travel any farther to receive the best care close to home. Choose Alton Memorial Hospital and learn why patients routinely say, "This Is My Hospital." 



VisionTo be the River Bend's health care delivery organization that:
  • Delivers compassionate, skilled and patient-centered care in partnership with physicians, nurses and other health care practitioners
  • Continuously enhances clinical quality and patient safety through the adoption of new technologies and service innovations that improve care
  • Establishes meaningful relationships with employers, insurers and the community-at-large to improve community health status through illness and injury prevention, early detection and disease management
  • Develops its workforce and is an employer of choice
  • Maintains operational and financial strength to ensure the future of health care in the River Bend area
ValuesWe are: 
Patient-Focused -- We consider the patient in all that we do; we treat our patients and their families with compassion and respect, and work to earn their trust in every encounter they have with us 

Disciplined -- We have responsibility to be good stewards of a community health asset that is entrusted to us; we wisely manage our processes, assets and finances to ensure we have the resources to meet the health care needs of our communities now and in the future 

Knowledge-Driven -- We identify and embrace new techniques, ideas, advancements, evidence-based standards and demonstrated best practices to improve health care quality and clinical outcomes; each of us is committed to continually improving our individual skills, knowledge and talents

We demonstrate: 
Trust, Dignity and Respect -- Everyone brings value and deserves the opportunities and supportive environments that allow them to reach their full potential; we embrace the similarities and differences that help us fulfill our purpose 

High Ethical Standards and Behaviors -- Each of us adheres to a code of conduct to ensure honesty, fairness and individual integrity 

Teamwork and Accountability -- Working together allows us to accomplish more than we could individually; each of us is responsible for doing our best, keeping our commitments and sharing our knowledge to advance the mission of Alton Memorial Hospital 

Adopted by the Alton Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, June 23, 2005. 


  • Alton Memorial Hospital | One Memorial Drive | Alton, Illinois, 62002 USA
  • Phone -- 618.463.7311
  • https://www.christianhospital.org

Saint Clare's Hospital, Weston, usa


Ministry Health Care's long history of serving Wisconsin continues with Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital in Weston, which opened in 2005 to anchor the Weston Regional Medical CenterCampus, just minutes from Wausau on Highway 29.
Ministry Saint Clare's provides a broad range of general and advanced healthcare services. It is a surgical center for theMarshfield Clinic and Ministry Health Care heart care team and other nationally renownedprograms.
With all the advantages of a modern facility and a proven system of care, Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital offers patients the best of both worlds. It truly is a 21st century hospital, built on a century of care.


Campus, just minutes from Wausau on Highway 29.
Ministry Saint Clare's provides a broad range of general and advanced healthcareservices. It is a surgical center for the Marshfield Clinic and Ministry Health Care heart care team and other nationally renowned programs.
Ministry Saint Clare's is one of the most high-tech hospitals in the nation. The hospital is completely chartless with all patient data instantly updated in an Electronic Medical Recordssystem. This ensures a level of seamless care, safety and accuracy that is not available from any other local healthcare system.
The staff at Ministry Saint Clare's is an extraordinary team of experienced and compassionate caregivers. They define a culture at Ministry Saint Clare's that is wholly focused on delivering excellent patient care, which includes delivering the comfort of all the most modern patient amenities:
  • All patient rooms are spacious and private with warm, hotel-like furnishings
  • Large windows provide a pleasant view and abundant natural light
  • In-room meals are individually ordered and prepared from restaurant style menus
  • Healing gardens give patients and visitors opportunities for peaceful contemplation
  • In-room entertainment options include a digital entertainment system and wireless Internet
With all the advantages of a modern facility and a proven system of care, Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital offers patients the best of both worlds. It truly is a 21st century hospital, built on a century of care.

Contact Us

Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital3400 Ministry Parkway
Weston, WI 54476
 
715.393.3000
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Billings Clinic - usa


Based in Billings, Montana, Billings Clinic is a community-owned health care organization consisting of a multi-specialty physician group practice, a 272-bed hospital, and a 90-bed skilled nursing and assisted living facility. 
Billings Clinic is the only MontanaMAGNET -designated health care organization and a member of theMayo Clinic Care Network.
Billings Clinic is the community’s largest employer and  serves patients in Montana, Wyoming and the Western Dakotas. With over 320 physicians and non-physician providers, these professionals  work together to provide coordinated and complete care.
Billings Clinic is governed by a 12-member board consisting of nine community members, two physicians, and a physician CEO.  Billings Clinic's vision is to be a national leader in providing the best clinical quality, patient safety, service and value. Shared electronic medical records are one way we have worked towards that goal. 
The electronic medical record  helps both primary care physicians and specialists know the patients' entire health history, the drugs that have been prescribed, and test results. This improves the overall quality, safety and cost of care.




General Contact

Billings Clinic
801 North 29th Street
PO Box 35100
Billings, MT 59107-7000
406-238-2500 or
1-800-332-7156Billings Clinic Hospital
2800 10th Avenue North
PO Box 37000
Billings, MT 59107-7000
406-238-2500 or
1-800-332-7156
Billings Clinic Foundation
2917 10th Avenue North
PO Box 31031
Billings, MT 59107-1031
406-657-4670 or
1-800-332-7156
Billings Clinic Research Center
1045 North 30th St.
Billings, MT 59101
406-255-8470 or
1-800-996-2663Aspen Meadows Assisted Living and Rehab Center3155 Avenue C
Billings, MT 59102
406-656-8818

Specialized Services

Behavioral Health
1020 North 27th Street
4th Floor
27th Street Medical Building
PO Box 37000
Billings, MT 59107-7000
406-255-8550Cardiovascular Services
1020 North 27th Street
2nd Floor
27th Street Medical Building
PO Box 37000
Billings, MT 59107-7000
406-238-2000
Home Oxygen and Durable Medical Equipment
801 North 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101
406-657-4999Orthopedic & Sports Medicine 
2702 8th Avenue North
PO Box 37000
Billings, MT 59107-7000
406-238-5200

Branch Locations

Billings Clinic Heights
760 Wicks Lane
Billings, MT 59105
406-238-2575 or
1-800-332-7156Billings Clinic West
2675 Central Avenue
Lamplighter Square
Billings, MT 59102
406-238-2900 or
1-800-332-7156
Billings Clinic Cody
201 Yellowstone Avenue
Cody, WY 82414
307-527-7561
Billings Clinic Miles City
620 South Haynes Avenue
Miles City, MT 59301
406-233-7000
Bozeman OB/GYN
Highland Park Medical Office
Building 1
Suites 1210 & 1220
Bozeman, MT 59715
(Connected to Bozeman Deaconess Hospital)
Mailing Address
925 Highland Boulevard
Suite 1210
Bozeman, MT 59715
406-587-9202 or
406-587-5000
Toll Free 1-866-587-9202

Affiliate Locations

Beartooth Billings Clinic
10 South Oakes Street
Red Lodge, MT 59068
406-446-2345
Colstrip Medical Center
6230 Main Street
PO Box 1858
Colstrip, MT 59323
406-748-3600
Daniels Memorial Hospital
105 5th Ave. East
PO Box 400
Scobey, MT 59263
406-487-2296
Livingston Memorial Hospital
504 S 13th Street
Livingston, MT 59047
406-222-3541
North Big Horn Hospital
1115 Lane 12
Lovell, WY 82431
307-548-5200Pioneer Medical Center
301 W. 7th Avenue
PO Box 1228
Big Timber, MT 59011
406-932-4603
Stillwater Billings Clinic 
710 N. 11th St.
PO Box 959
Columbus, MT 59019
406-322-1000

Additional Contacts

HealthLine
406-255-8400 or 1-800-252-1246
24-hours a day, 7 days a weekBilling Department
406-238-2250 or 1-800-332-7156
Job Hotline

406-657-4600All other numbers
406-238-2500 or 1-800-332-7156