By David Meyer
Door County Medical Center says their nationally recognized services will only improve as they transition to the partnership with Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS). DCMC CEO and President Gerald Worrick says the general public shouldn’t see any type of change in how the hospital is run. Which should be pleasing to the ears of locals, as the hospital continues to function as a top notch rural health facility. Here is Worrick commenting on some of the current accolades the hospital is celebrating.
Worrick adds that there is currently a safety streak of 313 days and counting without a patient fall. On top of the continued dedication to patient safety, Worrick is grateful that Door County Medical Center will be less corporate. He says that the new partnership will allow the hospital board to make more decisions, rather than an out of state health care corporation.