REDDING, Calif. - For the second year in a row, Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding is named one of the top 100 medium-sized community hospitals in the country.
The study was done by Truven Health Analytics, a respected research organization. The company looks at ten different areas of performance, including mortality rates, complications, patient safety and satisfaction, cost and more.
Shasta Regional Medical Center is one of ten California hospitals that made the top 100 list; eight of those hospitals are owned by SRMC's parent company Prime Healthcare Services.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Marcia McCampbell said it's all about the employees.
"It's the people, it's the team, it's the daily dedication. It's paying attention, it's watching everything and it's being right on it every day," McCampbell said.
Dr. McCampbell said Shasta Regional is the only Northstate hospital to make the top 100.
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