At Ridgeview, our entire team of 1,400 employees makes quality and safety top priorities in everything we do. We believe our continued recognition for the following achievements are a direct result of a staff that never loses sight of Ridgeview's priorities:
Patient Safety/Patient Care Awards
Patient Satisfaction Awards
Online Health Information Awards
Accreditations & Recognitions
Ridgeview Medical Center is accredited by DNV (Det Norske Veritas), ensuring that certain health and safety requirements are met to best serve our patients. DNV's accreditation program is based on innovation and accountability and requires continual quality improvement. Learn how to report a concern about Ridgeview Medical Center to our accrediting agency.
Ridgeview Sleep Disorders Center is accredited, one of only 21 accredited sleep centers in Minnesota.
Ridgeview's Oncology Program has received approval by the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) Commission on Cancer. In 2009, Ridgeview received approval "with commendation" from the ACoS Commission. This status is given only to facilities that have voluntarily committed to providing the highest level of quality cancer care and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. (1999-2009)
Ridgeview earned a three-year accreditation as a Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers—a distinction held by only two other hospitals in the state of Minnesota. (August 2009)
Ridgeview scored in the top three percent among more than 2,300 hospitals nationwide in surgical care improvement process-of-care measures. The measures are developed and rated by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a federal agency. (2009)
Ridgeview’s Imaging Services are accredited in MRI, ultrasound and mammography by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR evaluates images submitted by facilities and issues accreditations to those that achieve high performance and quality standards.
Our Partnerships for Quality
Ridgeview is aligned with several key organizations dedicated to ongoing health care industry improvements. View a list of those organizations, their missions and how they help improve health care.
For More Information
The U.S Department of Health and Human Services offers a consumer Web site called Hospital Compare. Here you can find information about how Ridgeview and other hospitals nationwide treat patients with three of the most common medical conditions requiring hospitalization. These conditions are heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia.