Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Presbyterian Hospital are recognized as leaders in the healthcare field. Some of the awards received recently include:
2016 Awards, Honors & Recognitions
Presbyterian Hospital Wins Consumer Choice Award for 21st Year. For the 21st year in a row, Presbyterian Hospital has received the 2016/2017 Consumer Choice Award for Albuquerque from National Research Corporation. The annual award identifies hospitals across the country healthcare consumers choose as having the highest quality and image.
“At Presbyterian, we have been committed to improving the health of New Mexicans since 1908,” said Sandra Podley, Administrator, Presbyterian Hospital. “We are proud that the people of Albuquerque have recognized our commitment to their care for 21 years and honored us with this award. Thank you to the many providers and care teams who have made this achievement possible.”
Presbyterian Named One of 100 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic Programs. Becker's Hospital Review named Presbyterian Hospital to its list of “100 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic Programs,” which was released today.
According to Becker’s Hospital Review, the hospitals included on this list are national leaders in orthopedic care. They have received recognition for excellence across various publications, industry-leading organizations and accrediting organizations.
National Study: Presbyterian Named America’s 100 Best for Multiple Clinical Areas. Presbyterian Hospital* has been recognized by Healthgrades as one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery, Joint Replacement Surgery, Stroke Care, and Pulmonary Care.
Presbyterian’s achievement is part of findings released on October 18, 2016 in the Healthgrades 2017 Report to the Nation. Healthgrades, the leading online resource helping consumers make informed decisions, evaluated nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide for 34 of the most common inpatient procedures and conditions. It identified the 100 best-performing hospitals across all conditions or procedures evaluated within Orthopedics, Neurology, and Pulmonary Care. Healthgrades found that patients treated at hospitals receiving the America's 100 Best Hospitals for Joint Replacement Award have, on average, a 60.3 percent lower risk of experiencing a complication in the hospital than if they were treated in hospitals that did not receive the award.
*Combined data from all three Presbyterian Central New Mexico hospitals—Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital and Presbyterian Rust Medical Center— were submitted under the umbrella of Presbyterian Hospital.
Presbyterian Recognized by Healthgrades for Excellence in Eight Specialties. Presbyterian Hospital* has been recognized by Healthgrades for 21 distinctions in eight areas of care, including cardiac, orthopedic, neurologic, pulmonary, vascular, gastrointestinal, critical care, and prostate surgery. Earlier this year, Healthgrades named Presbyterian a 2016 Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence. It was also the only hospital in New Mexico named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery, Joint Replacement and Stroke Care in 2016. These distinctions put Presbyterian in the top ten percent of nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide evaluated by Healthgrades for the most common inpatient procedures and conditions.
*Combined data from all three Presbyterian Central New Mexico hospitals—Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital and Presbyterian Rust Medical Center— were submitted under the umbrella of Presbyterian Hospital.
Presbyterian Receives HFMA’s MAP Award for Second Consecutive Year.
For the second year in a row, Presbyterian Healthcare Services (Presbyterian) received the MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle, sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).
In healthcare, revenue cycle includes the capture, management and collection of patient service revenue—from the time a patient makes an appointment to when the balance is paid.
Presbyterian was among 13 winners selected from nearly 170 facilities for this year’s award, which was formally presented on June 26 at HFMA’s 2016 National Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.
U.S. News & World Report Names Presbyterian Best Regional Hospital. Presbyterian Hospital* was recently named a “Best Regional Hospital” for 2016-17 and was recognized for high performance in colon cancer surgery, treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, hip and knee replacements and heart failure procedures by U.S. News & World Report.
The distinction recognizes Presbyterian’s three Central New Mexico hospitals – Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital.
For 2016-17, 1,628 hospitals received a high performing rating in one or more specialties, procedures or conditions. Hospitals that achieved high performing ratings for at least four types of care are designated as Best Regional Hospitals—only about 10 percent of hospitals evaluated met the criteria.
*Combined data from all three Presbyterian Central New Mexico hospitals were submitted under the umbrella of Presbyterian Hospital.
Presbyterian Stroke Program Earns National Recognition. The Joint Commission recently announced that Presbyterian Hospital has earned its Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Heart-Check mark for Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers, symbols of quality from their respective organizations.
Presbyterian Hospital underwent a rigorous on-site review of its program in October 2015. Joint Commission experts evaluated compliance with stroke-related standards and requirements, including program management, the delivery of clinical care and performance improvement.
Healthgrades Names Presbyterian One of America’s 100 Best for Orthopedic Surgery, Joint Replacement and Stroke Care. In addition to being recognized by Healthgrades as a 2016 Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence, Presbyterian Hospital* is also the only hospital in New Mexico to be named one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals for orthopedic surgery, joint replacement and stroke care by Healthgrades. This distinction puts Presbyterian in the top 2 percent of nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide evaluated by Healthgrades for the most common inpatient procedures and conditions.
“Presbyterian is committed to providing quality care,” said Kathy Davis, RN, senior vice president and chief experience officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services. “We are proud to be recognized by Healthgrades as one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for orthopedic surgery, joint replacement and stroke care. We are grateful to our caring and talented physicians, nurses and staff who made this distinction possible.”
Presbyterian Hospital Receives Healthgrades’ 2016 Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence™ Award. Presbyterian Hospital is among the top five percent of hospitals in the nation to recently receive Healthgrades’ 2016 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™.
Hospitals in the top five percent in the nation delivered high quality care across at least 21 of 32 common inpatient conditions and procedures as evaluated by Healthgrades. Presbyterian Hospital is one of only two hospitals in New Mexico to receive this award.
2015 Awards, Honors & Recognitions
Presbyterian Hip and Knee Programs Recertified by The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission recently recertified both the hip and knee joint replacement programs at Presbyterian Hospital. Both programs received The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval®, a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care.
“We are thrilled to announce the recertification of our hip and knee joint replacement programs at Presbyterian Hospital by The Joint Commission,”said Kathy Davis, RN, senior vice president and chief experience officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services. “These recognitions demonstrate our commitment to providing safe, quality care to our patients and improved outcomes by using evidence-based practices.”
Presbyterian Hospital Receives Consumer Choice Award. For the 20th year in a row, Presbyterian Hospital has received the 2015/2016 Consumer Choice Award for Albuquerque. Winners are scheduled to appear in Modern Healthcare magazine.
“At Presbyterian, we are committed to providing high-quality care for our patients every day,” said Sandra Podley, administrator, Presbyterian Hospital. “We are proud that our patients have recognized this commitment for 20 consecutive years and continue to honor us with the Consumer Choice Award.”
U.S. News & World Report Names Presbyterian Best Regional Hospital. On July 21, Presbyterian Hospital* was rated a "Best Regional Hospital" in recognition of high performance in knee and hip replacement and heart failure procedures by U.S. News & World Report.
The distinction recognizes Presbyterian's three Central New Mexico hospitals – Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital.
U.S. News evaluated more than 4,600 hospitals in five common inpatient procedures and medical conditions – heart bypass surgery, hip replacement, knee replacement, heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) – and rated them high performers, average or below average. Presbyterian was one of only 378 that achieved a "High Performing" rating for at least two of the five conditions or procedures.
"The Best Regional Hospital rating recognizes our commitment to providing safe, quality care for our patients," said Kathy Davis, RN, Senior Vice President and Chief Experience Officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services. "This achievement would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our providers and staff."
Presbyterian Hospital Earns Prestigious Baby-Friendly® Designation. In recognition of its commitment to exceptional care and lifelong health benefits for mothers and babies, Presbyterian Hospital has earned the prestigious Baby-Friendly® Hospital designation for five years from Baby-Friendly USA, Inc.
Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. recognizes hospitals and birthing facilities that offer breastfeeding mothers the information, confidence and skills needed to successfully initiate and continue breastfeeding.
Presbyterian Recognized as Center of Excellence for Anticoagulation Services. Presbyterian Healthcare Services recently received the Anticoagulation Center of Excellence for 2014-2016 designation from the Anticoagulation Forum. Presbyterian is the first organization in the United States to achieve this recognition for its combined inpatient and outpatient programs.
"This achievement recognizes our dedication to providing the highest level of care and obtaining the best possible outcomes for patients who require anticoagulation services," said Matt Nagy, Director of Pharmacy, Presbyterian Healthcare Services.
2014 Awards, Honors & Recognitions
Two Presbyterian Hospitals Receive 2014 Leapfrog Top Hospital Award. In recognition of their commitments to patient safety, Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Rust Medical Center (RMC) were each named a Top Hospital by The Leapfrog Group at its Annual Meeting and Top Hospital Awards on Dec. 2 in Washington D.C.
Presbyterian Hospital and RMC were among only 94 hospitals in the nation – from a field of more than 1,400 – to receive the 2014 Top Hospital distinction. They were also the only two hospitals in New Mexico to receive this distinction. The Top Hospital recognition is given to fewer than seven percent of all eligible hospitals.
Presbyterian Receives The Joint Commission's 'Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®' Recognition. Recently four Presbyterian Healthcare Services' hospitals were each named a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States.
The Top Performer distinction is for Presbyterian's three Central New Mexico hospitals – Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital – which were recognized for attaining excellence in accountability measure performance for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care.
Presbyterian Receives Healthgrades' Recognition of Excellence for Cardiology Care. Presbyterian Hospital has received recognitions of excellence from Healthgrades for cardiac care including "Top-rated overall Cardiology program in New Mexico."
Presbyterian received the following Healthgrade recognitions for 2015:
- Top-rated overall Cardiology program in New Mexico
- Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Attack in 2015
- Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Failure in 2015
Presbyterian Hospital Receives American College of Cardiology Award. Presbyterian Hospital received the National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) Acute Coronary Treatment and Intervention Outcomes Network (ACTION) Registry-Get With The Guidelines (GWTG) Platinum Performance Achievement Award for the third year in a row. The award comes from the American College of Cardiology for 2014 and acknowledges cardiology programs that achieve excellence in providing quality care to heart attack patients.
CDC Awards $2.9 Million Grant to Presbyterian Community Health Program. Presbyterian Healthcare Services was awarded a three-year, $2.9 million federal grant to focus on improving community health in the International District of Albuquerque and the South Valley of Bernalillo County.
The Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) award is part of a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services initiative to reduce chronic diseases, promote healthier lifestyles, reduce health disparities, and control health care spending. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) administers the grant. REACH, which began in 1999, focuses on racial and ethnic communities experiencing health disparities.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services Recognized for "BOLD" Leadership. Presbyterian Healthcare Services was recently named one of the 10 highest ranking health systems in the country for leadership development by the National Center for Healthcare Leadership. Presbyterian was recognized as a "BOLD" healthcare organization that uses evidence-based leadership development practices to achieve excellence and improve the quality of healthcare in our community.
Presbyterian Receives 2014 Most Wired Award for Excellence in Information Technology. Presbyterian Healthcare Services recently received Hospitals & Health Networks' 2014 Most Wired award. The award recognized 375 organizations nationwide that have created the technical infrastructure necessary to support robust clinical information systems. Presbyterian was one of two organizations recognized in New Mexico.
Presbyterian Hospital Earns Highest Rating for Heart Bypass Surgery. Presbyterian Hospital is the only New Mexico hospital to earn the highest rating for heart bypass surgery in a recent Consumer Reports analysis. Consumer Reports recently rated more than 400 hospitals across the country for heart surgery based on data from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons. About 400 of the 1,000 hospitals that report performance data to the Society of Thoracic Surgeons allowed the organization to share it with Consumer Reports.
Presbyterian Receives Outstanding Achievement Award for Cancer Care. Presbyterian Hospital was recently presented with the Outstanding Achievement Award by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer for data submitted in 2013. The Outstanding Achievement Award acknowledges cancer programs that achieve excellence in providing quality care to cancer patients. It is the first time any cancer program in New Mexico has received the award. Presbyterian Hospital is one of only 74 health care facilities, out of 1,500 cancer programs in the country accredited by the Commission on Cancer, to receive this national award.
2013 Awards, Accomplishments, and Recognitions
Presbyterian Hospital Awarded Center Of Excellence For Hip And Knee Joint Replacement From The Joint Commission. Presbyterian Hospital has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® for Orthopedic certification by demonstrating compliance with national standards for healthcare quality and safety in hospitals. The certification award recognizes Presbyterian's dedication to continuous compliance with The Joint Commission's state-of-the-art standards.
2012 Awards, Accomplishments, and Recognitions
Presbyterian Receives National Award From The American College Of Cardiology Foundation. Presbyterian Healthcare Services has received the American College of Cardiology Foundation's National Cardiovascular Data Registry's ACTION Registry–GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2012. Presbyterian is one of only 164 hospitals nationwide and the only hospital in New Mexico to receive the award.
Presbyterian Selected For Best-Fed Beginnings Program. Presbyterian Hospital has been selected to participate in a 22-month learning collaborative to improve maternity care, support new moms in breastfeeding and increase the number of Baby-Friendly hospitals in the United States.
2011 Leapfrog Top Hospital Award: Presbyterian Hospital. As a 2011 Top Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital met standards for safe, high quality care, which includes medication safety, intensive care unit physician staffing, and high-risk prevention for surgeries and producers. In addition, hospitals are measured on their progress in preventing infections and other hospital-acquired conditions and adopting policies on the handling of serious medical errors.
Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO): Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Presbyterian Healthcare Services has been selected to participate in the Pioneer ACO model, a new initiative sponsored by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center. Through the Pioneer ACO model, Presbyterian will work with CMS to provide Medicare beneficiaries with higher quality, higher value care through enhanced care coordination. Presbyterian is one of only 32 organizations selected for the Pioneer ACO Model in the United States and the only Pioneer ACO in New Mexico.
Premier's QUEST Collaborative Top Performing Hospital: Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital. Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital (PKH) are among the 2011 Top Performing Hospitals in the Premier healthcare alliance's national QUEST® collaborative. This is the third year in a row that PKH has achieved top performance. QUEST supports hospitals in delivering the best care possible, as well as sharing collaborative solutions to improve healthcare nationwide and influence public policies. Together, the current 278 QUEST members share ideas, strategies and proven practices to reduce variation, an approach that has been shown to improve care quality, safety, and cost.
Premier Cares Award Finalist: Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Presbyterian Healthcare Services was chosen as one of six finalists for the Twentieth Annual Monroe E. Trout Premier Cares Award and will receive at least a $24,000 cash prize! Premier Cares Award recognizes innovative programs that help the medically underserved.
2011/2012 Consumer Choice Award (National Research Corporation): Presbyterian Hospital. This award identifies hospitals chosen by healthcare consumers as having the highest quality and image in over 300 markets throughout the U.S. The winners, which are the most-preferred hospitals, are named in
Standard and Poor's Credit Rating Agency "AA" Rating: Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Presbyterian learned that it has been upgraded from an "-AA" rating to "AA" validating that Presbyterian is a good steward of the communities resources as a not-for-profit system.
New Mexico Business Weekly Best Places to Work: Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Presbyterian received top ten "Best Places to Work" in the large company category. This recognition was based on anonymous employee surveys, which were administered by Quantum Workplace. More than 90 companies were nominated for this award.
New Mexico Business Weekly 2011 Women of Influence Honorees: Kathy Davis, RN and J.J. Parsons. recognized local business women and community leaders who have made significant contributions in business and community activities that have benefited the state.
Modern Healthcare Presbyterian Ranked No. 16 In The U.S. For The Top 100 Most Integrated Healthcare Networks. Presbyterian Healthcare Services is ranked sixteenth in the latest evaluation of the 100 most highly integrated healthcare networks in the nation. The report was featured in Modern Healthcare and was conducted by SDI, which is considered to be the nation's premier rating system for evaluating healthcare networks on their performance and degree of integration.
Presbyterian Medical Group Isleta Clinic Receives NCQA Level 3 Accreditation. Presbyterian Medical Group's Isleta Clinic has been recognized nationally by the National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), making it one of only two sites in New Mexico to reach this distinction. Level 3 is the highest level of certification, meaning the practice scored between 85 and 100 points. The Isleta Clinic scored 91 points.
Three Presbyterian Nurses Receive Nursing Excellence Awards. Candi Kohler received the Excellence in Critical Care Award, Homer Lee Greer was named Outstanding Student Nurse and Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Hays received the Touch a Life Award.
Albuquerque Coalition for Healthcare Quality: Presbyterian Medical Group. Presbyterian would like to applaud the Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG) for their participation in this grant program. PMG is one of the biggest medical groups and had to supply a lot of medical records for the review. Albuquerque is one of 17 cities in the country participating in this grant program under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation called "Aligning Forces for Quality" (AF4Q). NMMRA manages this program under the collaborative "Albuquerque Coalition for Quality".
What is "quality healthcare?" Quality healthcare helps you stay healthy, helps you recover faster from an illness or injury, and it's the kind of care you want for you and your family. Quality care is care that works, is safe, and is tailored for patients.
Modern Healthcare's 2011 Top 25 Clinical Informaticists: Susan Dezavelle. named Presbyterian Healthcare Services' Susan Dezavelle, RN, one of the nation's Top 25 Clinical Informaticists in 2011. Dezavelle is director of medical informatics for the 400,000-member Presbyterian Health Plan, which serves as the business unit for eight-hospital system Presbyterian Healthcare Services.
New Mexico Restaurant Association Executive of the Year: Chef Ed Holland. Presbyterian Healthcare Services' Executive Chef Ed Holland won "Executive of the Year" Award by the New Mexico Restaurant Association (NMRA). NMRA recognized excellence in the hospitality industry and awarded top achievers.
New Mexico Rio Grande Chapter of the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) 2011 Case Manager of the Year: Valerie Lotz.
2010 Accomplishments and Recognitions
Malcolm Baldrige Award Site Visit. The Baldrige Performance Excellence Program recognizes nationally excellent organizations in Manufacturing, Service, Small Business, Education, Nonprofit and Healthcare. Presbyterian was one of 54 healthcare organizations that applied to receive a site visit and was one of only seven healthcare organizations receiving a site visit this year. Achieving a site visit recognizes that we are making improvements in how we provide care and services to our patients and members.
Top-Ranked Health Plan. For the third year in a row, Presbyterian Health Plan was named New Mexico's top-ranked health plan in Commercial and Medicare. (NCQA's Health Insurance Plan Rankings 2010-11-Private). The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) awarded Presbyterian Health Plan its highest accreditation status of Excellent for service and clinical quality for its Medicaid HMO and Medicare HMO products and a Commendable status for its Commercial HMO/POS product.
Top 25 Most Integrated. Presbyterian Healthcare Services was named one of the top 25 most integrated systems by SDI Health in 2010.
Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence: Presbyterian Hospital's Cardiac Critical Care Unit (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses). This award recognizes the top intensive care units in the country and places Presbyterian Hospital's CCC Unit in the top tier of hospitals nationally for providing the highest standards of nursing professionalism. The unit has met rigorous criteria for excellence, displaying high-quality standards and exceptional care while maintaining a healthy work environment. There are an estimated 6,000 intensive care units in the United States. The AACN has given the Beacon Award to approximately 200 pediatric and adult critical care units since 2003.
ENERGY STAR Award (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency): Presbyterian Hospital. Presbyterian Hospital was the first hospital in the nation to receive this award for 2010. ENERGY STAR recipients are recognized for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection and rated in the top 25 percent of facilities nationwide for building energy performance.
2010 Gold Performance Award (American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association): Presbyterian Hospital. This award recognizes hospitals for their commitment and success in implementing the highest standard of care for acute myocardial infarction patients. The full implementation of acute and secondary prevention guideline-recommended therapy is a critical step in saving the lives and improving the outcomes of heart attack patients. Presbyterian was one of only 135 hospitals nationwide to be recognized for a nationally excellent compliance rate for evidence-based care as defined in the "Get with the Guidelines" program.
2010/2011 Consumer Choice Award (National Research Corporation): Presbyterian Hospital. This award identifies hospitals chosen by healthcare consumers as having the highest quality and image in over 300 markets throughout the U.S. The winners, which are the most-preferred hospitals, are named in Modern Healthcare Magazine.
2010 New Mexico Nursing Excellence Awards (New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence). From Rio Rancho to Española to Albuquerque, five Presbyterian nurses were recognized for their commitment to quality and caring within our facilities.
College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Awarded Three-Year Accreditation with Five Commendations to The Cancer Center at Presbyterian.
Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Certification Program: Presbyterian Medical Group - Medical Oncology. The Cancer Center at Presbyterian's Medical Oncology department is one of the first oncology practices in the nation and the only practice in New Mexico, to be recognized by the QOPI®, an affiliate of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The QOPI® Certification Program is a new initiative to certify oncology practices that meet rigorous standards for high-quality cancer care. More than 580 oncology practices have registered in the QOPI program and PMG Medical Oncology is one of only 23 receiving the inaugural certification.
Green Zia Environmental Leadership Program(Silver Level Recognition) from (New Mexico Environmental Department): Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital. This program recognizes Presbyterian's accomplishments and commitment to environmental improvement in a number of areas, including: energy, water use reduction, waste reduction and recycling, and environmental protection.
US News & World Report's Best Hospital Edition, August 2010: Presbyterian Hospital Recognized. , August 2010, recognized Presbyterian Hospital, for being ranked seventh in the nation for the lowest hospital re-admission rates for Medicare patients with heart failure within 30 days of discharge (19.1 percent readmission rate compared to the national average of 24.7 percent). Improved compliance with regulatory guidelines for heart failure care and implementation of discharge education for patients has contributed to this favorable rate.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services President and CEO Jim Hinton was elected to the American Hospital Association Board of Trustees.
Recognition from The New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force For Practices Supporting Breastfeeding Families: Women's Care, August 2010.
2009 Accomplishments and Recognitions
Silver 1 Medal of Honor (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services): Presbyterian Hospital. This award is based on Presbyterian Hospital meeting the Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD) goal of 10 percent, as well as achieving a 75 percent conversion goal.
Energy Star Award (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency): Presbyterian Hospital. Presbyterian Hospital was one of only 13 buildings to be designated as an Energy Star recipient in the state of New Mexico.
Compañero Award (Quality New Mexico) for mentoring other businesses in New Mexico.
Malcolm Baldrige Award Site Visit. Presbyterian received site visits for the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program in 2005 and 2006, as well.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Awarded to Presbyterian Health Plan. Its highest accreditation status of Excellent for service and clinical quality for its Commercial HMO/POS, Medicaid HMO and Medicare HMO products.
National Quality Examiners Appointments: Three Presbyterian Employees (Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Program).