Neurological Intensive Care Unit at Texas Health Fort Worth Recognized for Nursing Excellence|
FORT WORTH, Texas — Caregivers in the neurological intensive care unit at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth have earned recognition for excellence in patient care from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.
The Bronze Beacon Award for Excellence honors nursing units that successfully develop, deploy and integrate best practices for quality care of patients and families. Texas Health Fort Worth’s neuro ICU exceeded the association’s high standards in areas such as staff engagement, clinical outcomes, evidence-based processes and leadership. The 22-bed unit cares for some of the hospital’s most critically ill patients, including those undergoing treatment for stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders, neurological trauma and brain tumors.
“We’re honored to receive this award recognizing our commitment to creating a healing environment that emphasizes best practices in both clinical and compassionate care,” said Debbie Phillips, Texas Health Fort Worth’s director of restorative care.
Nursing units that earn this three-year award meet national criteria consistent with other quality care awards including Magnet Recognition, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and the National Quality Healthcare Award.
For more information about neuroscience services at Texas Health Fort Worth, visit TexasHealth.org/neuro-fort-worth.
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