Good Samaritan to participate in international study


Courtesy: Good Samaritan

VINCENNES, Ind. (WEHT) – Good Samaritan was recently selected to participate in an international clinic study called Magnet4Europe.

The initiative is a randomized trial funded by the European commission to redesign hospital workplaces to improve employee wellbeing and mental health, retention of physicians and nurses, and patient safety and outcomes.

Magnet recognition is considered the gold standard for nursing excellence and is a factor when the public judges health care organizations.

Good Samaritan has received the Magnet honor three times, most recently in 2018.

“Magnet recognition raises the bar for patient care here at Good Samaritan and inspires every team member to achieve excellence daily,” said Rob McLin, President and CEO. “It is this commitment to providing our community with high-quality care that sets us apart from other organizations and it is why we are excited to improve health care even more by participating in Magent4Europe.”

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(This story was originally published on Feb. 4, 2020)

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