LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – The Reynolds Army Health Clinic has received the Gold Seal of the Joint Commission after an investigation.
The seal reflects the healthcare organization’s commitment to providing safe, quality patient care.
Francella Smoker, Joint Commission Officer, said, “I’ve only been here three years, and working with this team has been the best, perhaps, of my entire nursing career.” Colonel Mkwatwi, the minister, without their leadership and guidance none of this would have happened the way it did. It was seamless. “
The hospital was evaluated for Ambulatory Health Care, Behavioral Health Care, Human Services, and Primary Care Medical Home.
The inspection is carried out once every three years for 22,000 hospitals.
“It’s certainly a relief to plan for something for years and then have it happen and have a positive impact on our team. And it just gives confidence to the beneficiaries we serve, the military, families and FIRES retirees, that they will receive safe, quality, reliable care here at Reynolds.” Army Health Clinic,” lamented Col. Briden.
Col Briden says he is proud of his team for their constant and positive change, even though the hospital has changed a lot in recent years.
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