Marcum & Wallace recognized for Quality
“For over fifty years, Marcum and Wallace has been an integral part of this community. And at the center of our viability are the patients we serve, so it’s an honor to be recognized for quality patient care,” said Susan Starling, MWMH President & CEO. “As a rural healthcare provider, we face challenges in today’s healthcare environment, but we remain dedicate to providing patients in our region the highest quality care. Being recognized as a ‘top quartile performer’ for quality shows the commitment of our nearly 200 employees.”
The National Organization of State Officers of Rural Health (NOSORH) and iVantage Health Analytics data shows that approximately 62 million people – nearly one in in five Americans – live in rural communities throughout the United States.
Founded in 1956, MWMH is a licensed 25-bed Critical Access Hospital providing inpatient acute care, outpatient services, emergency services with a Level IV Trauma Center, and primary care with clinics in Irvine, Beattyville and Clay City. MWMH is characterized by its family-centered care, community involvement, and progressive ideas in healthcare. MWMH is recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as a top “100 Great Community Hospital.” MWMH has extended the healing ministry of Jesus by improving the health of our communities for more than 50 years and is a major source of jobs for the region. MWMH has modern facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, highly-skilled professional personnel and a medical staff that offers primary care and a wide range of specialty services. MWMH is a member of Mercy Health, one of the largest Catholic healthcare systems in the nation. For more information, visitwww.marcumandwallace.org