Madera Community Hospital Leadership
Excellence begins with people.
This past year Madera Community Hospital was recognized for substantial
gains in healthcare quality, safety and patient satisfaction. Revitalizing
a hospital requires the collective effort of everyone in our organization,
from the decision-makers in the boardroom to the care-providers at the
patient’s bedside. The progress we’ve made is the direct result
of a truly remarkable collaboration of more than 200 credentialed medical
staff and nearly 850 employees.
Our revitalization efforts were first recognized in April when Healthgrades
awarded our Labor and Delivery services as Top 10% in the Nation. Madera
Community Hospital has consistently earned this standing for the past
seven reporting periods. In June, we demonstrated our unified commitment
to placing the care and safety of patients and their families first when
the Hospital Facilities Accreditation Program awarded Madera Community
Hospital with the Seal of Excellence. The 3-year accreditation recognizes
excellence in federal standards for patient safety, continual quality
improvement and environmental safety. In early October, our General Surgeons
were awarded 5 Stars by Healthgrades.
In late October 2017, our most rewarding acknowledgement of our diligent
commitment to revitalizing care at Madera Community Hospital was announced
nationwide from The Leapfrog Group.
Madera Community Hospital is the only private, not-for-Profit, community
based hospital in the Region to earn an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group.
We are proud of our hospital. Our physicians, surgeons and staff strive
every day to provide the highest level of care for our community. Our
proven and recognized quality is building confidence and resulting in
increased patient volume, expedited emergency care, a reduction in transfers,
and for the first time in our history, Madera Community Hospital is receiving
high-acuity patient transfers from other institutions.
I have invested more than 30 years with Madera Community Hospital and consider
it a privilege to serve this community. My priority has been and will
continue to be advocating for quality health services for the people who
live and work here.
I welcome you to choose Madera Community Hospital for your care and your career.
Karen Paolinelli, FNP
Chief Executive Officer