For the sixth year in a row, Georgia Trend Magazine has named Archbold’s Grady General Hospital a Top Georgia Hospital. GGH was the highest ranked hospital in Southwest Georgia in the small hospital category, a designation for hospitals with fewer than 100 beds.
The information used to compile the rankings was based on publicly reported data acquired from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) which administers the nation’s Medicare and Medicaid programs.
The data analyzed specifically relates to quality of care, patient satisfaction, mortality, readmission statistics and data on hospital acquired infections and conditions.
In addition to being named a Top Hospital in Georgia, GGH’s sustained focus on overall quality of care and patient experience also earned the hospital a “double four-star” rating for patient experience and overall rating of care on the most recent release of ratings by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), on the organization’s Hospital Compare website.
“Our patients trust us to provide the best care possible. That’s why our staff and physicians remain committed to looking for ways we can improve the quality of care for our patients on a daily basis,” said Crystal Wells, administrator at Grady General. “We’re very proud to be recognized again this year as a Top Georgia Hospital.”