Murray Medical Center is accredited by The Joint Commission.
The Joint Commission is a world leader in evaluating the quality and safety of care delivered. They set the Joint Commission Gold Seal standards by which health care quality is measured. To maintain and earn accreditation, Murray undergoes an extensive on-site review by a select team of professionals such as administrators, physicians, and nurses at least once every three years. The purpose of the review is to evaluate the hospital’s performance in areas that affect patient care. Through an assessment of a hospital’s processes and personal visits with its patients and staff, the hospital is evaluated and scored. Accreditation may then be awarded based on how well the hospital met these standards. The Joint Commission’s gold seal of approval is a clear sign that the accredited organization has demonstrated compliance to the most stringent standards of performance.
To see Murray Medical Center’s Quality Report from The Joint Commission, please click on the following link.