The Healthgrades Award recognized Medical City McKinney’s superior performance among national hospitals. (Courtesy of Medical City McKinney)
This year, Medical City McKinney was honored for the care of women at the 2021 Women’s Care Awards from Healthgrades.
This is the fourth year that Medical City McKinney has received the Five Star Award for Cesarean Delivery, and the seventh year the hospital has received the Five Star Award for Vaginal Delivery.
“This national recognition is a testament to our commitment to high quality patient care and our promise to our patients: to deliver excellence always, every action, every patient, every time,” said Ernest C. Lynch III , CEO of Medical City McKinney, in a press release. “These awards reinforce why Medical City McKinney is the destination of choice for pregnant women in McKinney and northern Collin County.”
The five-star rating indicates that Medical City McKinney’s clinical results are statistically better than expected and make the hospital one of the nation’s leaders in labor and delivery, according to the press release.
“Women can feel confident in choosing a hospital with a 5-star rating to provide exceptional care to women,” Dr. Brad Bowman, Chief Medical Officer of Healthgrades, said in a press release.
Medical City McKinney also received Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing in August for its professionalism in nursing, teamwork and superiority in patient care. The hospital has now joined the worldwide community of organizations recognized by Magnet.
“Magnet Recognition provides our community with tangible proof of our nurses’ dedication to excellence always in every action, every patient, every time,” said Cassidi Roberts, Chief Medical Officer of Medical City McKinney, in a statement. hurry. “Achieving Magnet status also recognizes our culture of compassion, which is central to our mission of caring for and improving human life.”