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Pictured left to right are Skip Steward, chief improvement officer; Derick Ziegler, vice resident regional operations; Dr. Henry Sullivant, vice president and chief medical officer; Skipper Bondurant, Baptist Union City administrator and CEO; Teresa Vinson, director of quality, Union City; and Lori Brown, chief nursing officer, Union City.

Baptist Union City earns QUEST Award for performance

Last month, Baptist senior leaders traveled to Baptist Union City to present the 2017 QUEST Award for providing high-value health care. The award, sponsored by Premier, Inc., was presented to the hospital team for implementing measures leading to improved care.

Only 21 hospitals in the nation received recognition for achieving top performance in any five of the six areas, including cost and efficiency, evidence-based care, mortality, safety, patient and family engagement and appropriate hospital use.

Baptist Union City is the only hospital in Tennessee to be recognized for achieving top performance for safe, efficient, and effective health care.

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