U.S. News Reports that St. Francis Nurses
Rank among the Top 10 Percent in the Nation for Patient Care
ROSLYN, NEW YORK - U.S. News & World Report has judged St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center® one of best hospitals in the nation for nursing care. Among the elite medical centers cited on the U.S. News “America’s Best Hospitals” website, St. Francis was ranked among the top ten percent for patient satisfaction.
Based on the findings of a nationwide survey, St. Francis had one of the highest percentages of patients who said their nurses were “always” courteous, listened carefully and gave clear explanations. The Hospital was the only medical center in New York and one of only 17 in the U.S. to receive the prestigious ranking for nursing care.
“Our nurses continually strive for excellence in patient care,” says Ann Cella, R.N., Senior V.P. of Patient Care Services and CNO. “Their level of dedication and professionalism is unsurpassed and their U.S. News ranking is a reflection of this fact.”
The top rating is just of one of many recent accolades for the department. Its highly recognized nursing staff holds the prestigious Magnet Award, earned by only five percent of hospitals in the U.S.
To read more about the U.S. News rankings, log on to www.usnews.com/besthospitals.
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