Wickenburg Community Hospital recently recertified as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence in the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program ™ (NQMBC™). This distinguished honor represents a commitment by Wickenburg Community Hospital to provide the highest level of quality breast health care to patients in their community. This level of certification in the NQMBC™ Program is valid for one year.
“Rena Koeneke, our Lead Mammographer was instrumental in the recertification process,” said Peter Stachowicz, Director of Ambulatory Services and Medical Imaging Manager.
Measuring and comparing quality performance is essential in assessing patient care and allocating resources where improvement is desired. In today’s dynamic health care industry, breast centers are faced with providing quality care while simultaneously keeping cost under control. A center’s staff must not only be familiar with existing standards of care, but must also be aware of the new advances in technology. Wickenburg Community Hospital actively ensures they provide the best possible quality care to breast patients in their community.
About Wickenburg Community Hospital
Established in 1926, Wickenburg Community Hospital is a non-profit organization owned and operated by citizens of Wickenburg. The community hospital is a federally designated Critical Access Hospital and a state designated Level IV Trauma Center that supports the needs of residents and surrounding communities. With the near term completion of a surgical and diagnostic center, the hospital campus includes a rehabilitation center, infusion and wound care centers, specialized emergency medicine and is a Mayo Clinic Telestroke Partner. Wickenburg Community Hospital is committed to world-class health and wellness services where the patient, family, and community come first.
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