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The Valley Hospital Named Among the Best Cancer Hospitals in America for Fifth Consecutive Year

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June 13,2018

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Ridgewood NJ, For a fifth consecutive year, The Valley Hospital has been named a Women’s Choice Award® recipient as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Cancer Care, acknowledging Valley’s dedication to providing exceptional patient care and cancer treatment care for women and their families.

Valley is one of only 452 hospitals nationwide that have earned the 2018 Women’s Choice Award® by meeting the highest cancer care accreditation standards of the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, demonstrating excellence in clinical performance with regard to patient safety measures, and having a high recommendation rate.

“We are honored to be recognized as one of the nation’s best hospitals for cancer care for the fifth consecutive year,” said Audrey Meyers, President and CEO of The Valley Hospital and Valley Health System. “Valley-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care, a partnership between The Valley Hospital and Mount Sinai Health System, continues to develop new and enhanced inpatient and outpatient services. This award affirms our ability to consistently deliver compassionate, world-class cancer care to our patients within the scope of a wider, integrated network.”

To be considered for the award, a hospital must be designated by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer Classification (ACS CoC) as one of four specific types of cancer programs. The Women’s Choice Award measures hospitals on the presence of specific cancer-related services offered onsite, infection rates and patient recommendation ratings on the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey. The award is unique in that criteria also include primary research about women’s healthcare preferences.

Delia Passi, Founder and CEO of the Women’s Choice Award, emphasized that Valley and all other hospital and facility recipients of this 2018 recognition deliver on the care that matters most to women. “In addition to our award winners’ high-level performance on a national level, they provide the care that women value most, including easily accessible services onsite to avoid multiple trips for their treatment, which is so important to women faced with a cancer diagnosis,” stated Passi.

6 thoughts on “The Valley Hospital Named Among the Best Cancer Hospitals in America for Fifth Consecutive Year

  1. If stress is even a minor factor in the development of cancer, Valley GAVE us cancer for 10 years.

  2. Well in a few years they’ll be in Paramus that was so many peoples dream and then they’re going to put a 20 foot high fence around the whole site and open up the side to an Brand new institution. And who is going to stop them, or just shut it down and let the building go t brand new institution. And who is going to stop them, or just shut down and let the building go to shit o shit, Then maybe just maybe some of you will miss the hospital. So many of us feel that they should’ve let them build build our Jam then maybe just maybe some of you will miss the hospital. So many of us feel that they should’ve let them build And then charge them millions in taxes.

  3. @648 you are an idiot.
    Perhaps you are suffering from cranial rectal inversion.
    Valley did a great job treating cancer for me, and it’s actually Done at Lucknow in Paramus , with the exception of surgery which is done in Ridgewood.
    If you think the current campus in Ridgewood is going to become a soccer field you might consider checking in for treatment at Bergen regionals top floor.

  4. 6:48 pm you are really dumb, 6:09 am is right as i have had the same experience as him. Valley is an excellent hospital maybe one day you will find out.

  5. I will miss this place when they move out of town. Great people.

  6. 6:09 I believe it’s called recto-cranial inversion. There is an epidemic of the condition.

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