Medical Staff Governance
The goal of the Medical Staff is to provide the highest quality of care to our patients in a safe, cooperative, and professional healthcare environment. Refer to the documents linked below for a full description of professional code for Medical Staff Members and Allied Health Professionals.
- Medical Staff Standards of Professionalism
- Ordering by Non-Credentialed Practitioners
- Interdisciplinary Practice Committee
- Supervision of Allied Health Professionals
Redwood Memorial Hospital (RMH)
Code of Business Conduct
Standards promote and enhance the long-standing culture of compliance in our Organization. It is important for our Medical Staff Members, agents, vendors and consultants to be aware of what our Organization expects of its Associates and the individuals and entities who conduct business with us. By your support of and compliance with these Standards, you are further demonstrating your commitment to our mission of providing high quality, cost-effective healthcare to benefit the communities we serve.
Should you have any questions or would like more information regarding these Standards or would like to request a hard copy of the Standards to be mailed to you, please contact the Corporate Compliance Department.
Ethical & Religious Directives
The Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services was written by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. This document discusses common health care issues that occur at the beginning and end of life, giving a Catholic perspective for potential dilemmas concerning these issues.
An ethical consultation can be asked for by any member of the Medical Staff or patient/family. A case manager, chaplain, or member of the Palliative Care team can contact a ethics committee member who will arrange for the consultation.