Over 1,600 nurses work at Lexington Medical Center. We encourage our nurses to pursue and obtain national certifications above and beyond their RN license.
Registered Nurse (RN) Satisfaction
The National Database for Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) is a national database, established in 1998 by the American Nurses Association (ANA) with the sole purpose to evaluate nursing sensitive measures, a contributing factor in patient outcomes. One of these measures, RN Satisfaction, evaluates the nurses work environment in order to facilitate nurse retention and promote best practice of patient care. Nurses actively engage in the survey process with a 90% participation rate as compared to the national average of 82%.
At Lexington Medical Center, we believe our staff is our greatest asset. We further believe that a happy, stable workforce positively impacts patient care and patient outcomes. Our staff turnover is low and our nurse satisfaction and patient satisfaction scores are both high. We also encourage our nurses to pursue and obtain national certifications above and beyond their RN license. Over 35% of our bedside nurses have achieved these certifications. Certification demonstrates their knowledge and competence in their specialty and ensures our ability to offer exceptional care to our patients.