Baptist Cancer Center receives Human Experience Guardian of Excellence Award for employee experience
MEMPHIS, Tenn., –Baptist Cancer Center is a recipient of Press Ganey’s Human Experience Guardian of Excellence Award for employee experience.
This award recognizes hospitals that perform in the top 5% of health care organizations for patient experience, patient or physician engagement or clinical quality performance during a year’s time.
“Baptist Cancer Center is honored to receive this recognition from PressGaney,” said Ann Bishop, system administrator of oncology for Baptist Memorial Health Care. “We are proud that our employees feel enthusiasm and dedication towards their jobs and that their efforts make a difference.”
Press Ganey, the leading Human Experience (HX) healthcare performance improvement company, offers an integrated suite of solutions that address safety, clinical excellence, patient experience and workforce engagement. The company works with more than 41,000 healthcare facilities in its mission to reduce patient suffering and enhance caregiver resilience to improve the overall safety, quality and experience of care. Press Ganey is a PG Forsta company.
Baptist Cancer Center provides world-class cancer care close to home throughout Baptist Memorial Health Care’s tristate service area of Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. The center takes an interdisciplinary approach to patient care and offers treatment, research, support services, community education and the area's first genetic counseling and testing program for cancer. In addition, Baptist Cancer Center has the Mid-South's first adult myelosuppression unit, which provides specialized care for patients who have received chemotherapy that interferes with blood cell production or stops bone marrow activity. In 2021, Baptist Cancer Center launched a multifaceted initiative called the Mid-South Miracle aimed at reducing lung cancer deaths in the Mid-South 25% by 2030. For more information, please visit baptistcancercenter.com or follow us on Facebook.