State Group Recognizes Upland Hills Health for Quality, Safety Achievements
Health care quality is a top priority in Wisconsin hospitals. Hospital leaders, providers, and staff experienced another unprecedented year with continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and yet, they met the challenge by putting patients first and delivering safe, effective care.
Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) recently recognized Upland Hills Health and several other hospitals in the state for their engagement in WHA’s quality improvement programs. Upland Hills Health President and CEO Lisa Schnedler said delivering high-quality care is a top priority.
“Everything we do is focused on quality. We evaluate the way we deliver care, from the first patient encounter through their rehabilitation and recovery, to identify opportunities for improvement,” according to Schnedler. “Our community expects the best and we strive to exceed their expectations in every aspect of our care.”
WHA President and CEO Eric Borgerding knows the importance of having a strong health care delivery system in Wisconsin.
“WHA recognizes the compassion, adaptability and resilience health care professionals demonstrated during the pandemic. It is a continuation of the commitment that our caregivers have to serving their patients and communities,” Borgerding said. “We appreciate Upland Hills Health’s contribution to ensuring our state is known for delivering high-quality, safe care.”