Stand Up for Patient Safety Program Welcomes New Members
Thursday, March 24, 2016
The NPSF Stand Up for Patient Safety program recently welcomed the following new member organizations:
Penn State Hershey Medical Center
The 551-bed Medical Center is a provider of high-level, patient-focused medical care. The Medical Center campus includes Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State Cancer Institute, and Penn State Children's Hospital.
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems
EMHS is an integrated health delivery system that a broad range of health delivery services and providers, including: acute care, medical-surgical hospitals, a free-standing acute psychiatric hospital, primary care and specialty physician practices, long-term care and home health agencies, and ground and air emergency transport services.
Medical University of South Carolina
With a 700-bed medical center (MUSC Health) and six colleges, MUSC is South Carolina’s only comprehensive academic health center providing a full range of programs in the biomedical sciences and is engaged in activities statewide.
Buffalo Hospital is a nonprofit, regional medical center that provides care to nearly 70,000 patients each year through a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and specialty services.
Alliance for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
AQIPS is a national nonprofit association that assists its members in building a safer health care system. AQIPS is a professional association for Patient Safety Organizations (PSOs) and their health care provider members.
The NPSF Stand Up for Patient Safety program, founded in 2002, is an organization-based membership program that provides tools, resources and education to help health care organizations launch, sustain and advance patient safety initiatives. To learn more about this program and how to become a member, visit the web page.