Magnet Recognition

In 1981 the American Academy of Nursing commissioned a study to identify hospitals with the best nursing practices in the country The term "Magnet" was adopted to describe these select hospitals, because they acted as magnets in attracting and retaining outstanding nurses. The Magnet Recognition Program is run by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and "recognizes health care organizations for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice."

The Magnet Journey Continues

Although St. Peter Hospital nurses are honored and excited by our Magnet designation, the Magnet Journey continues. To maintain Magnet status, organizations must re-apply every four years to display ongoing efforts in the pursuit of nursing excellence and good patient outcomes. Throughout the process, St. Peter's nurses remain focused on providing excellent nursing care, improving our patients’ experiences, developing our staff and raising the level of our profession. Come join us!

Public Comment Opportunity

Public comments for Providence St. Peter Hospital’s upcoming Magnet recognition program site visit are encouraged and must be received by January. 3, 2020.

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