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Awards and Accreditations
Nationally Recognized Health Care Services in Greater Philadelphia
Redeemer Health has earned many distinctions for the delivery of high-quality care and attention to patient safety.
2023 Accreditations, Accolades, and Achievements
Holy Redeemer Hospital was notified by the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) in January, April and again in October that it consistently demonstrates low rates of health care-associated infections, earning an Excellence in Patient Safety Recognition. Read more.
Redeemer Health's Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) has been recognized in Newsweek's 2024 list of "America's Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers. Read more.
Holy Redeemer Hospital achieved recertification as a Primary Stroke Center, affirming its expertise in a full range of stroke-related medical challenges. Certification from DNV is now valid until March 2026.
The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) accredited Redeemer Health in partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper for three years, affirming the center’s leadership, clinical services, research, community outreach, professional education, and quality improvement for patients.
Holy Redeemer Hospital was reaccredited by both ISO 9001 and NIAHO, signifying the ability to meet or exceed strict criteria concerning consistent service, operational efficiency, and patient safety standards set by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Holy Redeemer Hospital’s Maternity Center has been recognized as a Blue Distinction Center+ by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, confirming exceptional care and results for both natural and cesarean births.
Holy Redeemer Hospital’s maternity team earned Pennsylvania Perinatal Quality Collaborative (PA PQC) award this year for successfully achieving milestones in initiatives that improve maternal-child health.
Nine programs in Redeemer Health Home Care and Hospice earned reaccreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC), demonstrating capabilities and commitment to quality and safety standards.
Two programs at Redeemer Health’s Pennsylvania home care and hospice were reaccredited by both ISO 9001 and NIAHO, since meeting or exceeding criteria concerning consistent service, operational efficiency, and patient safety standards set by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Four caregivers in Redeemer Health’s New Jersey home care and hospice offices were nominated for Homecare Homebase’s Gold Standard Award for providing exceptional patient care.
Three Redeemer Health Home Care programs received a Best Superior Performer – Patient Satisfaction Award, and one program received a Best Premier Performer – Caregiver Satisfaction Award from Strategic Healthcare Programs (SHP), the leading vendor in performance management for home care and hospice.
Redeemer Health Support at Home received the distinguished 2023 Best of Home Care - Leader in Experience Award from HCP, the leading firm in experience management for home care.
Lafayette, St. Joseph Manor and Little Flower Manor all earned 5-star ratings from Medicare in the most recent Care Compare cycle, based on performance in health inspections, staffing and quality.
• St. Joseph Manor was ranked fourth and Little Flower Manor was ranked second in their categories, in Newsweek's "America's Best Nursing Homes" in Pennsylvania.
Redeemer Health’s Little Flower Manor was selected to participate in the Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization (DVACO). It is the area’s largest ACO, streamlining and personalizing patient care, and enhancing quality.
Redeemer Health was recruited to participate in a regional coalition to launch a gun safety movement in 2023. One of 13 health systems in the tri-state region to do so, Redeemer Health added its voice to a campaign aiming to protect children from gun violence.
Redeemer Health was asked to join the Regional Coalition to Eliminate Race-Based Medicine. Members are working together to remove race adjustments from 15 commonly used clinical decision support tools that may adversely impact patients’ outcomes.