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The Johns Hopkins Hospital announces its fifth consecutive Magnet Designation

The Johns Hopkins Hospital announcemed its fifth consecutive Magnet designation, an honor that is achieved by less than 1% of hospitals in the United States. This prestigious designation is considered the gold standard for nursing excellence and is the highest national credential a hospital can receive for professional nursing practice.  We were recognized for 10 exemplars and of note by the presenter were mentioned our; early aligned discharge process, cost effectiveness and the actions of our Leadership Response Team. 

Johns Hopkins Hospital Magnet Announcement  on Facebook Live- Join the president of the Johns Hopkins Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Kevin Sowers, Hopkins Hospital president, Dr. Redonda Miller, senior vice president for nursing, Deborah Baker, and Magnet program coordinator, Stephanie Wilmer – along with an audience of Johns Hopkins Hospital nurses and other employees – as they hear the outcome directly from a member of the Magnet Recognition Program Executive Committee.

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