Quality & Accreditation
Quality Care at Medina Hospital
Cleveland Clinic believes in providing quality of care information to patients and the public. As a non-profit hospital and responsible member of the community, you should know how we are performing.
Cleveland Clinic’s commitment to “transparency” includes providing the most current quality data available, and that is what this Quality Performance Report will show you. On an ongoing basis, the Report will be updated as new data becomes available.
The Quality Performance Report shows how Medina Hospital has been doing at providing the right care for specific common conditions. Information about surgery and how patients view their experiences at Medina Hospital is also included. Click below for data and details:
Keep in mind that you should not choose a hospital based solely on data in reports like this one.
You can find out more about the quality of a hospital’s care by doing the following:
- Ask your doctor if the hospital treats a lot of people who have your health problem.
- Ask if the hospital has a special team of health professionals who work with people with your health problem.
- Ask your doctor what he or she thinks about the quality of the hospital’s care.
- Ask the hospital what steps are taken to improve the quality of the care it provides patients.
Medina Hospital currently holds the following accreditations:
- Hospital: The Joint Commission (Accreditation, Health Care, Certification)
- Laboratory and Respiratory Therapy Blood Gas Lab: College of American Pathologists (CAP)
- Mammography, MRI and Ultrasound: American College of Radiology (ACR)
- Oncology Program: American College of Surgeons Commission
- Stroke Program: American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus and Target: Type 2 Diabetes Honor Roll
Medina Hospital has been designated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) as a Journey To Pathway to Excellence® Hospital and on the Journey to Magnet Excellence® recognition. This designation recognizes a health care organization’s commitment to creating a positive practice environment that empowers and engages staff and sustains a culture of excellence in nursing.
Nursing at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital
Nurses at Medina hospital exemplify the Cleveland Clinic Mission. Holistic care of patients with compassion and empathy distinguishes Medina nurses as outstanding caregivers. Medina nurses continue to develop in their profession through certification and advanced degrees, conducting research, and leveraging evidence-based practice with innovative thinking. Nurses in all specialties are highly regarded by colleagues across all departments as leaders in improvement initiatives that drive quality patient outcomes. Nurses are committed to the community we serve through supply drives, outreach, and education.
- Learn more about the Journey To Pathway to Excellence® recognition
- Learn more about the Journey to Magnet Excellence
Who We Are
Cleveland Clinic Medina hospital is a modern, 148-bed hospital, located on the corridor to the Medina community. The hospital features the latest technology and procedures, covering more than 30 areas of specialization including orthopedics and emergency services. Medina has been recognized for excellent care with numerous awards and honors including AHA Stroke Gold Plus in 2018, and NICHE level 2 designation.
Professional Practice Model
Our Professional Practice Model is a visual representation of the values, organizational structures, and processes that provide a unifying framework for the practice of nursing at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital. It ensures consistency in the delivery of nursing care, and defines for all registered nurses their authority, autonomy and accountability as they care for patients and families.
Shared Governance at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital
Shared governance is an empowering organizational model that creates a structure for shared decision-making in the clinical care of patients. When granting Magnet® Recognition and Pathway to Excellence® Program designations, the American Nurses Credentialing Center considers how well the principles of shared governance are implemented throughout an organization.