Johnson Memorial Health Services

1282 Walnut St
Dawson, MN 56232
Phone:
(320) 769-4323
Fax:
(320) 769-4323

Description

Johnson Memorial Health Services is a hospital district consisting of City of Dawson and seven townships: Baxter, Cerro, Gordo, Hamlin, Lac qui Parle, Maxwell, Providence and Riverside. Approximately 3,400 people live in the community.

We are proud of our modern medical facility and that we are able to offer a wide variety of outreach and specialized services, using the most current technology available. However, what we are most proud of is the dedicated medical staff and team of employees that serve the Dawson Area Hospital District and sets Johnson Memorial Health Services apart from the rest.

Mission Statement:
Johnson Memorial Health Services is committed to providing exceptional healthcare as we promote wellness, restore health, and provide comfort to people of all ages and in every stage of life.

Vision Statement:
Johnson Memorial Health Services’ vision is to challenge ourselves to consistently exceed expectations by providing the best healthcare based on a balanced pillar approach encompassing services, quality, finance, people, community, and growth. Through teamwork, increased profitability, targeted growth, and strong leadership, we will create a medical center that will be the new standard thus achieving the highest level of satisfaction for customers, providers, and employees.

Value Statement:
Johnson Memorial Health Services’ core values of attitude, respect, communication, ownership, and accountability are defined by our Standards of Behavior.

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Awards

JMHS works hard to provide quality care to our community and it’s nice to be recognized for our hard work and dedication.

2014

FluSafe Blue Ribbon Certificate for Hospital. 94% of employees were vaccinated in the 2013-2014 Flu Season. by Minnesota Department of Health

FluSafe Red Ribbon Certificate for Care Center. 83% of employees were vaccinated in the 2013-2014 Flu Season. by Minnesota Department of Health

Communication About Medications – Ranked #1 out 0f 108 Minnesota Hospitals & #13 out of 3,974 National Hospitals. by 2014 HCAHPS Survey

MNSHARP Recertification (Minnesota Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program) by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

2013

Innovation Award (Lac qui Parle Health Network)
by Aging Services

Recognized for Excellence in treatment of patients with Depression
by Minnesota Bridges to Excellence

Immunization Award
by Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)

Facility Leadership Award
by American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA)

Excellence in Patient Satisfaction – HealthStrong Award
by iVantage Health Analytics

2012

MNSHARP (Minnesota Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program)
by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

Arlys Amundson named Volunteer of the Year for 2012 District E
by Aging Services of Minnesota

Safe Skin Initiative Award
by Minnesota Hospital Association

Safe Site Award
by Minnesota Hospital Association

Safe Account Award
by Minnesota Hospital Association

FluSafe Blue Ribbon Certificate. 93% of JMHS employees were vaccinated in the 2011-2012 Flu Season.
by Minnesota Department of Health

2011

Recipient of Excellence in the Workplace Award
by Aging Services of Minnesota

Among the first Critical Access Hospitals in Minnesota to achieve Stage 1 Meaningful Use.

Named amoung Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the Nation
by the National Rural Health Association (NRHA)

Named one of the celebrated Top 100 Hospitals for Patient Experience
by WomenCertified

2010

Gail Ochsendorf awarded Activities Director of the Year
by Minnesota Statewide Activites Professionals

Julie Turnberg named Nursing Director of the Year
by Minnesota Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care

Care Center ranked 11th in State for Resident Satisfaction
The survey conducted by the Vial Research, LLC measures the quality of care as reported by our residents.