On Wednesday, December 21st Dr. Benzeevi and the HCCA team distributed gifts and holiday cheer to the residents of Southern Inyo Hospital’s skilled nursing facility. The team was greeted with smiles and warm thank yous.
(Tulare, CA. Dec. 16, 2016) — Tulare Regional Medical Center surpassed California and national standards in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s 2015 survey of Maternity Practices in Infant Nutrition and Care by scoring a 92 out of a possible 100.
Nominated by their supervisors or peers, HCCA/Tulare Regional Medical Center’s exceptional Service Excellence Champions always give 100% and are consistently an example of our mission of honesty, integrity and selfless devotion to our patients, our customers and our community.
The Clinical Laboratory at Tulare Regional Medical Center has been accredited by The Joint Commission for maintaining strict standards of quality, accuracy and competency.
The Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes has recognized HCCA/Tulare Regional Medical Center for 2016 Performance Excellence in Prevention of Hospital Acquired Infections – MRSA Total Facility.
Tulare Regional Medical Center has received the 2016 award for achieving the Healthy People 2020 goal for low-risk, first-birth Cesarean sections (C-sections). By reaching this goal in 2015, our team is delivering safer and more affordable care for Californians. This award is presented by the California Health and Human Services Agency.
To achieve this award a California hospital must achieve a Cesarean section rate of 23.9 percent or lower for low-risk, first-birth deliveries.
This is further evidence of HCCA/TRMC’s pursuit for higher quality care in our OB and pediatric services
Karen Isidro says she is hopeful the financial agreement with HealthCare Conglomerate Associates will turn Southern Inyo Hospital around.
HealthCare Conglomerate Associates CEO Benny Benzeevi reaches for a colorful chart when asked about Tulare Regional Medical Center’s financial improvement over the last 18 months.
Back from the brink of closure: How a California hospital rebounded after 3 years of losses
At the close of World War II, the people of Tulare, Calif., began working diligently to raise funds to build their own hospital.