Natchitoches Regional Medical Center was recognized during the Studer Group national conference “What’s Right in Healthcare” held August 2-4 in Chicago. The Emergency Department received the “Best Process Improvement” award for its work in improving patient flow and “Door to Doc” times to 20 minutes, below the national average of 22 minutes.
Accepting the award was: Latoya Howard, Med-Surg Supervisor; Michelle Garlington, ED Manager; Jeremy Flenniken, ICU Supervisor and Stacie Laroux, Med-Surg/Critical Care Manager.
The Studer Group is a renowned healthcare consulting firm who has sponsored “What’s Right in Healthcare” for over a decade. It is the largest Peer-to-Peer conference in the nation that provides an opportunity for 1,000 healthcare professionals to learn, network and share their tactics and strategies on how to get and keep outstanding results.