Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

Swedish is recognized regionally and nationally as a leader in patient safety and care quality. Below is a list of major awards and recognition received by Swedish for superior care for our patients and communities.


Swedish/First Hill and Swedish/Ballard are recognized in the Joint Commission's Top Performer on Key Quality Measures program

The Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Swedish/Cherry Hill is CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited through October 31, 2016.

Swedish receives 2012 Qualis Award of Excellence in Healthcare Quality for the project Management of Upper Gastrointestinal (UGI) Hemorrhage

Swedish is recognized as one of the leading hospital systems in Washington state as part of U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 Best Hospitals annual rankings

Eight Swedish nurses receive the DAISY Award for Delivering Quality Compassionate Care

The Leapfrog Group Names Swedish/First Hill Among Nation's Top Urban Hospitals

Swedish/Issaquah ER named 2012 Summit Award winner by Press Ganey

Swedish's First Hill and Ballard Campuses Awarded an 'A' for Patient Safety by Hospital Safety Score

Swedish/Issaquah ER Receives National Recognition for Patient Satisfaction

Stroke Program Awarded with Get With the Guidelines Gold Plus Award

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Swedish receives 2011 Qualis Award of Excellence in Healthcare Quality for the project, “Three-Part Aim: Improved Healthcare for Individuals, Better Health for the Community, Lower Per-Capita Costs

Swedish named a Leapfrog Top Hospital

Swedish wins 12th consecutive NRC Consumer Choice Award

Swedish receives 2010 Qualis Award of Excellence in Healthcare Quality for the project “Reducing Sepsis Mortality through Improved Patient Transitions from Emergency Department to Intensive Care Unit”

Swedish/Edmonds Receives HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence

Hundreds of Swedish-Affiliated Physicians Recognized as Part of Seattle and Seattle Met Magazines' Annual Top Doctors Surveys

Stroke Care at Three Swedish Campuses Designated by Washington State Department of Health

American Heart Association Recognizes Swedish Stroke Program

Hundreds of Swedish-Affiliated Physicians Recognized by Peers in Seattle Met's 2011 Top Doctors

Dozens of Swedish-Affiliated Physicians Recognized by Peers in Seattle magazine's 2011 Top Doctors

 

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