When it comes to clinical quality, everyone makes the team
Greene County General Hospital is committed to quality. Even though everyone at Greene County General Hospital is part of quality, we have a dedicated team charged with monitoring quality improvement efforts. They meet regularly to review performance data, identify areas in need of improvement and carry out and monitor improvement efforts.
Greene County General Hospital complies with nationally recognized Joint Commission quality standards.
The Joint Commission is an independent, nonprofit organization that evaluates health care organizations to help guide safer and more effective quality care practices.
In 2018, all My Clinics locations became accredited as Exemplary Providers by The Compliance Team.
Patient Safety is very important at Greene County General Hospital, and we are committed to providing the highest quality services. Anyone believing they have information regarding quality, patient safety, or environmental concerns in which care is provided may report their concern to Joint Commission.
Mission: To provide access to quality and cost efficient health care and to promote healthy lifestyles to people in our service area.
Vision: To become your provider of choice by pursuing excellence in service that meets and exceeds the expectations of our customers.
GCGH values the worth of all people and believes our partnership should be one of respect and pride.
Quality Team Leadership
Jill Raines serves as Chief of Clinical Quality. A graduate of Shakamak High School, Jill received an associate of science in nursing (ASN) from Vincennes University in 1996. She continued her education at Indiana Wesleyan University obtaining her BSN, MSN, and master’s in business administration. Jill, a resident of Jasonville, began working at Greene County General Hospital in 2003 where she served as an obstetrical and emergency department nurse and house supervisor before serving as the Director of Quality from 2017 until she became Chief of Clinical Quality in 2019. Jill is a member of Indiana Organization for Nursing Leadership (IONL) and serves on IONL’s State Program Committee. She is also currently the central southwest district IONL President. Jill also serves on the Bethel Youth Camp board of directors for the past eleven years.
The next National Take Back Day will be Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Greene County General Hospital from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. This event is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired medications, prescription drugs and vaping devices. Participants can drive up to the hospital’s main lobby and a […]