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 contact the Joint Commission at (800)-994-6610 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quality Team Leadership
Jill Raines, MBA, MSN, RN serves as the Chief of Clinical Quality. A graduate from 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 (2013), MSN (2017), and master’s in business administration (MBA, 2017). Raines began working at Greene County General Hospital in 2003 where she served as an obstetrical and emergency department nurse and house supervisor before her role in quality. Jill also serves as a Board Member at Large for the Indiana Association for Healthcare Quality.
Quality Team Members
Shannon Curry, BSN, RN- Outcomes Coordinator
Megan Brust- Clinical Charge Analyst
Kylee Ferree- Clinical Charge Analyst, My Clinics
Briana Husband- Director of Compliance and Risk
Stacy Street, BSN, RN- Infection Control Preventionist/ Employee Health
In a press release from Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane), the NSWC Crane organization describes how they have partnered with Greene County General Hospital to provide a thermal imaging solution during coronavirus pandemic. GCGH has implemented the technology in their main lobby entrance and will begin using the technology to screen staff, […]