FORT WAYNE, IND. – NOV. 8, 2021 – Parkview Ortho Hospital has been named a 2021 NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality® winner by Press Ganey, a national leader in healthcare consumer and workforce engagement. Parkview Ortho Hospital, owned in partnership with Ortho NorthEast, is one of six healthcare organizations to win the accolade, which recognizes the hospital as a top performing organization across 17 quality measures.
The Press Ganey NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality® is a preeminent, competitive achievement for leading healthcare organizations. Presented annually, the award applauds hospitals and health systems that elevate the field of nursing and in turn, improve the overall patient experience.
“We are proud to have our nursing team recognized for their outstanding performance,” said Julie Fleck, chief operating officer, Parkview Ortho Hospital, Parkview Surgery ONE and
Parkview Sports Medicine, and senior vice president, ortho service line. “Every day, they are making compassionate, meaningful connections with our patients, all while prioritizing safety and quality.”
Press Ganey’s NDNQI® Award also demonstrates Parkview Ortho Hospital’s special focus on workforce development, continuous learning and protocol standardization efforts to create a work environment focused on developing and retaining nurses.
“Press Ganey is honored to recognize Parkview Ortho Hospital as a national leader in outstanding nursing care,” said Patrick T. Ryan, chairman and chief executive officer, Press Ganey.
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