Awards & Accreditations
A reflection of our commitment to Excellence Every Day
Campbell County Health is nationally recognized for exceptional clinical
quality, patient safety and service. This page contains Awards & Accreditations
that Campbell County Health has earned. To learn more about these honors,
click on the logos or links below.
American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Bronze Level
Campbell County Health's
Emergency Medical Services department earned the
2016 American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Bronze Level Recognition Award for implementing improved measures
for treating patients who experience severe heart attacks. Every year,
more than 250,000 people experience a ST-elevation myocardial infarction
(STEMI), a type of heart attack caused by a complete blockage of blood
flow to the heart that requires timely treatment. The EMS recognition
program recognizes emergency responders for their efforts in improving
STEMI systems of care and improving the quality of life for these patients.
CMS HCAHPS Star Rating
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released their first
HCAHPS Star Rating for hospitals in July for the period October 1, 2014-September 30, 2015.
The Star ratings were developed to provide consumers an easy way to compare
hospitals and spotlight excellence in healthcare quality. Campbell County
Memorial Hospital achieved 4 stars out of 5 for inpatient experience.
Overall, CCMH received a 3-star ranking, which reflects quality of care
and patient experience together.
IBLCE® Care Award
Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) was awarded the International
Board of Lactation Consultants (IBLCE®) Care Award in June 2017. This
award is given by the IBLCE and the International Lactation Consultant
Association (ILCA) to organizations and agencies in recognition for employing
and training professionals who have or receive certification in lactation
consultation. The IBLCE award recognizes lactation programs that are hospital-based,
provide patient education, telephone support and follow-up calls, outpatient
services and include peer instruction and training.
Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, which assign A, B, C, D and F letter grades to hospitals nationwide and
provide the most complete picture of patient safety in the United States,
were announced today by
The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog. Campbell County Health's Campbell
County Memorial Hospital was one of 844 hospitals to receive an “A”,
ranking it among the safest hospitals in the United States.
Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Hospital Quality Award
Campbell County Health (CCH) was presented with a Hospital Quality Award from
Mountain-Pacific Quality Health during the
Wyoming Hospital Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Cheyenne on September 7, 2016.
National Rural Health Association
Campbell County Health’s Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH)
was named one of the
Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals in the country in 2017. The Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals, including CCMH, scored best among
Prospective Payment System hospitals on iVantage Health Analytics’
Hospital Strength Index™. The rankings were recently announced by the
National Rural Health Association (NRHA).
The Top 20 Rural Community Hospital winners are those hospitals who have
achieved success in the overall performance based on a composite rating
from eight indices of strength: inpatient market share, outpatient market
share, quality, outcomes, patient perspectives, costs, charges and financial
stability. This group was selected from iVantage’s Top 100 Rural
Community Hospital list,
released earlier this year.
Wyoming Employer of Choice Award
Campbell County Health was selected as the
Wyoming Employer of Choice Award in 2015 from the
Wyoming Council for Women's Issues. The award recognizes businesses that have successfully instituted programs
or policies that broaden, strengthen or support their workforce. CCH received
the award in recognition of family friendly practices that support women
and children in Wyoming.
Campbell County Health (CCH) announces the successful completion of its
accreditation process from
DNV GL - Healthcare. By earning accreditation, CCH has demonstrated it meets or exceeds patient
safety standards (Conditions of Participation) set forth by the U.S. Centers
for Medicare and Medicaid Services. DNV GL's accreditation program
is the only one to integrate the ISO 9001 Quality Management System with
the Medicare Conditions of Participation.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Sleep Center at Campbell County Health has recently been granted accreditation by the
American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Accreditation of Sleep Disorders
Centers is a voluntary process for the assessment of sleep programs. By
achieving accreditation, a sleep center demonstrates a commitment to the
provision of quality diagnostic services and the longitudinal management
of sleep patients. The Sleep Center is one of only three accredited programs
in the state of Wyoming.
Campbell County Health
Behavioral Health Services is a proud to have achieved a three-year accreditation, the highest level
of Accreditation offered by
CARF International. CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health
and human services providers in the areas of Aging Services, Behavioral
Health, Child and Youth Services, Durable Medical Equipment, Employment
and Community Services, Medical Rehabilitation, Opioid Treatment Programs,
and Vision Rehabilitation Services. CARF assists providers in improving
the quality of their services by applying sets of quality standards during
a consultative on-site survey.
CMS Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments
The Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH)
Laboratory is certified from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA). The objective of the
CLIA program is to ensure quality laboratory testing.
Mammography Accreditation Program
The American College of Radiology Mammography Accreditation Program provides
facilities with peer review and constructive feedback on staff qualifications,
equipment, quality control, quality assurance, image quality and radiation
dose. The Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) requires all U.S. mammography
facilities to be accredited.