Trumbull Regional Re-Earns ‘Gold Seal of Approval’ for Hip and Knee Replacement
WARREN, Ohio — Trumbull Regional Medical Center has re-earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Advanced Total Hip and Knee Replacement certificaiton.
The Gold Seal reflects a health-care provider’s commitment to safe and quality patient care, according to a release. Trumbull Regional was the first hospital in Ohio and the second in the country to achieve this distinction in 2016 and has maintained the certification since.
“We are very proud of our orthopedic program and team here at Trumbull Regional,” said the medical center’s president, Krista McFadden, in a press release. “Our skilled orthopedic team treats a wide range of conditions from traumatic and sports related injuries, to chronic and debilitating joint pain and helps bring life-changing relief to those suffering with severe arthritis and joint pain. After undergoing a joint replacement procedure, patients recover in our Center for Joint Replacement, a recently renovated, all-private room and bathroom unit dedicated to caring for orthopedics patients.”
The Joint Commission evaluates providers’ compliance with related certification standards, including program management, patient outcomes and satisfaction, and delivering and facilitating the highest quality of care.
Trumbull Regional is hosting a free orthopedic seminar on May 19 at 5 p.m. at Steward Health Center, Elm Road, in the Center for Surgery at 2600 state Route 5, Building A in Cortland. To register for the event, call 330 841 9155 or visit TrumbullRegional.org.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.