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TCH earns kudos for patient outcomes

Tyler County Hospital department heads joined county officials Tuesday for the signing of a proclamation that designates Nov. 16 as National Rural Health Day in Tyler County. (Photo by Valerie Reddell)Tyler County Hospital department heads joined county officials Tuesday for the signing of a proclamation that designates Nov. 16 as National Rural Health Day in Tyler County. (Photo by Valerie Reddell)

On Thursday, the State Office of Rural Health (SORH) along with communities across the country will be celebrate National Rural Health Day (NRHD). In support of this recognition, the SORH, the National SORH, and iVantage Health Analytics have identified hospitals that have excelled in performance and patient care. Per the Hospital Strength INDEX, Texas has ranked in the top quartile of performance based upon Quality, Outcomes, and Patient Satisfaction

Tyler County Hospital excelled in two categories; Excellence in Outcomes and also Excellence in Patient Satisfaction.

Tyler County Hospital is very proud to be recognized in these two categories since they are the main focus for the hospital
CEO Dr. Sandra Wright said the hospital strives for positive outcomes for each and every patient, not only for the time a patient is in the hospital but also the aftercare and re-admissions of patients.

"Patient satisfaction is a major goal for all personnel of Tyler County Hospital," Wright said. "More than just getting a patient well enough for discharge home, we strive to make each experience as pleasant for the patient as possible.

"Each and every employee of Tyler County Hospital has played a role in helping achieve these honors. We invite you to experience the excellence of care Tyler County Hospital is proud to give," Wright said.