Testimonials and Case Studies
Organizations Ouside of the U.S.
- Centro Médico ABC
- Northampton General Hospital, Northampton, England
- Osborne Park Hosptial, Perth, Western Australia
- Spitalzentrum Oberwallis
- St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City
Pathway to Excellence Program
- Pathway to Better Patient Care and Nurse Workforce Outcomes in Home Care
- Understanding the New Pathway to Excellence Standards
Retention and Quality-Safety
Rehabilitation/Alternatives to Hospital Care
- Broward Health Imperial Point Improves Employee Engagement Scores
- Broward Health Imperial Point
- Hardin Memorial Hospital
- Ohio's Hospice of Dayton
- VA North Texas Health Care System
Great Places to Work in Health Care Recognized
Universally, people want to work for a great employer, at a job that's rewarding and where one's efforts are appreciated. Check out the 2017 list.
Workplace Transformation: Pathway to Excellence Program Aims to Improve Conditions for RNs
Nursing Spectrum published the "Workplace Transformation: Pathway to Excellence Program Aims to Improve Conditions for RNs" article on October 11, 2010 (Volume 20, Issue 17).
Pathway to Excellence: Commitment to Good Nursing Environments
The American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Pathway to Excellence® credential is granted to healthcare organizations that create work environments where nurses can flourish. The designation supports the professional satisfaction of nurses and identifies best places to work.
Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center
Helen Lidholm CEOI believe in the power of coming together to make a positive impact.
Janna Yates, BSN, RNWe are so lucky to work at Saint Mary’s. The Pathway to Excellence journey proved that one million times over.
Katie Grimm, MBA, RN CNOHigh quality patient-centered care is the most important thing to do each and every day. Saint Mary’s is a place that cares. We care about each other. We care about our patients.
VA North Texas Healthcare System, Dallas, TX
NJ, BSN, RNThe Pathway to Excellence® journey has made my transition as a new nurse a pleasurable experience! It is helping me build a solid foundation to be a good nurse. I am thankful for the support and guidance I have been show through this program.
Trendra Scott, LVN FWOPCThe Pathway to Excellence® experience has helped me grow professionally and personally within the health care field. As a VANEEP recipient, I am one class away from earning my BSN of Science and Nursing. I’m thankful for the continued support.
AA, RNA Pathway-designated facility means we have transformational leaders who inspire us, and expect us to achieve astounding results. They encourage us to embrace change. When a new initiative is rolled out, our leaders are there to support us through the change process.
DNA, BSN, RNThe Pathway to Excellence® journey was a very educational and fun experience. It paved the way for nurses to flourish and continue to make a positive impact on the organization’s success for many years to come. This journey has created a culture where nursing staff can feel supported and valued by leadership, which is essential for nurses to provide quality care to our Veterans.
Maria Pullins Hospice Nursing AssistantThe Pathway to Excellence® journey has improved communication among front-line staff and leadership. We feel empowered to be the voice for our Veterans and peers, and it is meaningful to know our voices are actually being heard.
Cecelia Krogulski, RN FWOPCPathway to Excellence was an excellent way to establish and train many of our staff in shared decision-making and shared governance teams, and elevate our training plans at the unit level to be the best they can be. We are VA proud.
KH, RN FWOPCThe Pathway to Excellence® journey is an experience I will never forget. Being able to lead as an ambassador and make a difference has been amazing. It has made so many positive changes to our organization as a whole.
Rini Raju, RN Plano“Pathway to Excellence® has united the staff in ensuring the best possible care to our Veterans, as well as caring for our well-being especially during this global pandemic. This journey has allowed us to be innovative, and emerge as leaders in ensuring that although every precaution is taken, this does not compromise the care we provide.
Dannelle Scott, LVN PlanoBeing Pathway-designated allows direct care nurses to be more involved in the nursing practices that we use daily. It provides a better work-life balance. And it has enhanced the mentorship leadership has provided. It holds leadership accountable to provide a higher standard for themselves and direct care nurses, therefore creating a more positive environment for not only the nursing staff but also the Veterans we serve.
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