Nursing at Huntington Hospital.

Our department of nursing at Huntington Hospital is comprised of registered nurses, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses, licensed technicians, patient care assistants and unit secretaries. This talented group of healthcare providers practice on more than 20 specialty-based nursing units including three critical care units.

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We continuously seek to develop, challenge, and mentor nurses through the advancement of their practice and encourages strong partnerships. These solid and strong partnerships allowed the hospital to successfully pursue Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in 2011, and be re-designated in 2015. In addition Huntington Hospital nurses take pride in being part of a Joint Commission certified orthopedic center of excellence as well as a certified primary stroke center.

Our diverse and dynamic team of nurses is supported by a strong group of nurse leaders who encourage professional growth and foster a healthy work environment. We deliver excellent care through interdisciplinary and leadership collaboration, promoting a safe, positive, knowledgeable, creative and trusting practice environment. As vital members of the interdisciplinary team, RNs are responsible to effectively communicate information related to patient care.

Magnet designation

Huntington Hospital is proud to be a Magnet® designated hospital, one of only 26 hospitals in California, and the first in the San Gabriel Valley to have received this prestigious nursing designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Originally designated in 2011, Huntington Hospital acheived re-designation in 2015.

What is Magnet designation?

The ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® is viewed around the world as the ultimate seal of quality and confidence in nursing. Magnet organizations are recognized for superior nursing processes and quality patient care, leading to the highest levels of safety, quality, and patient satisfaction. Only six percent of all acute care healthcare organizations have obtained this recognition.

What does Magnet designation mean to me as a patient?

As a Magnet designated hospital, you can be confident that Huntington Hospital is on the cutting edge of nursing. The Magnet Recognition Program recognizes that Huntington Hospital has developed excellent processes in nursing that lead to high quality patient care, and the highest levels of safety, quality, and patient satisfaction.

nursing outcomes flow chartThe Magnet designation also highlights the culture of inquiry at Huntington Hospital. Our nurses ask questions and make decisions based on evidence. The nurse-patient relationship is a unique one in healthcare, and you can be sure that the nurses at Huntington Hospital are providing educated, evidence-informed care and advocating on your behalf.

What is the Magnet Model?

The Magnet Model helps guide organizations by providing structure for delivering evidence-based care and focusing on outcomes of patient care. Hospitals who have been recognized must report annually and apply for redesignation every four years.

The body responsible for designating hospitals with Magnet status, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), looks for success across many domains. Learn about the rigorous criteria for Magnet designation here.

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