PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center

Awards and Honors

PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center honored for Oregon’s Patient Safety Reporting Program Embracing the Patient in “Patient Safety by Oregon Patient Safety Commission.
February 2014 - PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center was among seven healthcare facilities honored in February by the Oregon Patient Safety Commission as leading participants in Oregon's Patient Safety Reporting Program. The program supports organizations that are dedicated to improving patient safety and promoting transparency when unintended harm happens to a patient as a result of medical care. Peace Harbor exceeded reporting targets established by the Commission.
 
PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center named “Best Practices Top Performer” by the Oregon Rural Healthcare Quality Network, comprising Oregon’s Critical Access Hospitals
January 2014 - The recognition is part of a multi-state Quality Health Indicators (QHI) performance benchmarking program. For the second consecutive year, Peace Harbor is the co-recipient of the Network’s overall “top performing hospital” for exemplary performance in minimizing Hospital Acquired Infections; Pneumonia Immunizations; and Discharge Instructions for Patients Admitted with a Diagnosis of Heart Failure. It was the only facility in the state that qualified as a top performer in three of four clinical measures.
 
PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center awarded accreditation by DNV Healthcare
December 2013 - By demonstrating compliance with DNV Healthcare‘s national standards for healthcare quality and safety, PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center earned DNV Healthcare's Certificate of Accreditation. This designation demonstrates our commitment to safety and quality care and demonstrates compliance with the NIAHO® Hospital Accreditation Program.
 
PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission
November 2013 - The leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. The Joint Commission cited the hospital's exemplary performance in using evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve care for certain conditions, including heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care. New this year was a category for immunization for pneumonia and influenza. Peace Harbor was one of 1,099 hospitals in the U.S. earning the distinction, out of 4,072 accredited hospitals.
 
October 2012 - Peace Harbor Hospital was recognized as Best Practices Top Performers by the Oregon Rural Healthcare Quality Network.

September 2012 - Peace Harbor Hospital became one of five hospitals in the state to be recognized as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission, the leading hospital accreditation organization.