CMH Annual Report 2017 Annual Report - Page 5

Fiscal Year Highlights Continued 4 Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation was named to Spring- field Business Journal’s 2016 Dynamic Dozen, honoring the 12 fastest-growing companies in southwest Missouri. CMH was ranked fifth in the 2016 awards program. It is the eighth consecu- tive year that CMH has been named a Dynamic Dozen honoree. 4 4 CMH received the Mission: Lifeline® Silver-Plus award for implementing specific quality improve- ment measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks. 4 CMH opened the new CMH El Dorado Springs Medical Center & Walk-In Clinic. The 5,600 sq. ft. family medicine clinic facility cost nearly $1 million and is located on the same campus as Community Springs Healthcare Facility. 4 4 The hospital was recog- nized for the 12th con- secutive year as a “Most Wired” hospital accord- ing to results of the 18th Annual Health Care’s WINNER 2017 Most Wired® survey, released by the American Hospital Association’s Annual Forum. CMH is one of two hospitals in southwest Missouri to be named to the Most Wired hospital list, and one of 12 in Missouri. Nationally, 364 hospitals met the criteria for Most Wired. Ronald A. Evans, M.D., was appointed Chief Medical Officer of CMH. Tim Wolters, director of reim- bursement at CMH, was among 11 organizations and individuals who received awards during the National Rural Health Associa- tion’s 40th Annual Rural Health Conference in San Diego. Wolters was named NRHA’s Volunteer of the Year. 4 CMH celebrated its employee’s years of service during the annual Employee Appreciation Ban- quet held May 25. Two hundred twenty-three employees were honored with five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, and 45 years of service during a luncheon. CMH Employees with 15 years of service. 3