National Research Corporation (NRC) Health has ranked Loma Linda University Medical Center in the Top 100 for consumer loyalty nationwide, announced Loma Linda University Health in a statement. NRC Health evaluated organizations in seven categories for its inaugural selection. “Receiving the loyalty award from our consumers illustrates our team’s devotion to continue the healing ministries of Jesus Christ by providing whole person care,” said Kerry Heinrich, JD, CEO of LLUMC.
Florida Hospital, soon-to-be AdventHealth, has inked a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to name their training and practice complex the AdventHealth Training Center. “We have been hoping to find a partner with for a long time,” Bucs owner and co-chairman Bryan Glazer said. Mike Schultz, president and CEO of Florida Hospital added, “The ability to get our new name out there was very important to us because it is a very competitive landscape in health care.” Read more about the deal at the Tampa Bay Times HERE.
In a move to better serve the community, Adventist Health will be building a new hospital in Northwest Bakersfield, reports The Bakersfield Californian. According to Sharlet Briggs, president/CEO of Adventist Health Bakersfield, it will be constructed next to a 250-acre mixed-use development that will include retail, residential, recreational and other types of space. Still in the early planning stage, construction is expected to start in 2021 with an opening in 2024.
Grandview Medical Center’s dedication to quality care is behind its latest expansion. Adding cardiac catheterization (Cath) and electrophysiology (EP) labs will provide Dayton area residents more access to quality heart and vascular care. “While some health systems are retreating from the community, Kettering is expanding services,” Dr. Robert Bulow, medical director of invasive cardiology at Grandview shared during the ribbon cutting ceremony on September 4. The new labs will officially be used starting September 17. To find out more, visit Kettering Health Network’s website HERE.
With nearly 20 years of service at Park Ridge Health in Hendersonville, North Carolina, Dr. Teresa Herbert has gained the respect from the medical and hospital staff, administration and patients. Recently named chief medical officer and vice president of medical affairs, according to Hendersonville’s Times-News, Herbert plans to remain with Park Ridge for the remainder of her career. She shared, “I believe that to work at Park Ridge Health is to serve a higher purpose, and I am deeply committed to helping Park Ridge continue its mission to serve our community.”