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Campbell County Memorial Hospital Recognized for Quality Care

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Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) was presented with a Hospital Quality Award from Mountain-Pacific Quality Health-Wyoming on September 27, 2012, during the Wyoming Hospital Association convention in Cheyenne.

CCMH was awarded the Commitment to Quality Award for its outstanding performance in giving excellent care in the nationally measured areas of heart failure, pneumonia, acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), infection prevention and surgical complications. Quality of care rather than quantity of care is now the standard being used to assess hospital performance. The award also recognizes CCMH’s strong leadership support for quality and patient safety.

“This award is an acknowledgment of the quality care we provide for our patients,” said Bob Morasko, CEO. “The staff works very hard to make sure we have processes in place to ensure that our high standards are achieved. We are all here for our patients.”

This is the third year Campbell County Health has received a Hospital Quality Award. 2012 marks the tenth year Mountain-Pacific has presented Wyoming medical facilities with Hospital Quality Awards.

For more information about the awards, contact Sue Ullrich, Quality and Patient Safety Manager at 688-1360, or
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