Always Our Number One Priority

You are important to us. Providing quality, safe care to every patient every time is at the heart of what we do. That's why our staff, clinical and non-clinical alike, is fully committed to excellent care and a positive patient experience. At MidState, we are always looking for ways to improve your care. We are on the cutting-edge best practices and participate in national endeavors that promote quality and patient safety. We strive to be the best we can be to ensure the best possible outcome. You can find quality in:

  • All private rooms. MidState is the only hospital in the state to offer all private patient rooms. This reduces the risk of spreading infections and enhances your comfort while you are with us.
  • Our expert physicians. Our doctors are among the very best, and are all board certified or board eligible in their fields.
  • The way we communicate. We pay attention to the details, and your entire health care team interacts with each other to discuss your care and decide with you on your best treatment plan.

In independent patient satisfaction surveys, MidState Medical Center consistently ranks among the best hospitals in the state and the nation. And, as further testament to MidState's longstanding commitment to quality and excellence, the Hospital continues to be the proud recipient of a variety of awards and commendations.

Here is a list of our most recent awards.

Patient Safety

When you're in the hospital, you expect quality, safe care. At MidState, we do everything we can to ensure your safety is our top concern. We focus on areas such as fall prevention, proper patient identification, medication management, and various others. Read more:

  • Fall Precautions
  • FAST Team
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Rapid Response Team
  • Skin collaborative
  • "Time out" before surgery

Resources for you

MidState Medical Center is committed to partnering with consumers to improve health and safety. Hospitals engage in many activities to keep patients safe, but there are many things you can do to help.

  • Medication Wallet Card
  • Digital Mammography
  • Care Givers Guide
  • First-Aid Kits Can Save Lives

How to Assemble Your Own First-Aid Kit

You can purchase an assembled first-aid kit at your local drugstore, or you could put one together yourself. A proper kit should include:

  • Adhesive tape
  • Aluminum finger splints
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Antiseptic solution or towelettes
  • Bandages, including a roll of elastic wrap (Ace, Coban, others) and bandage strips (Band-Aid, Curad, others) in assorted sizes
  • Instant cold packs
  • Cotton balls and cotton-tipped swabs
  • Disposable latex or synthetic gloves, at least two pair
  • Gauze pads and roller gauze in assorted sizes
  • Eye goggles
  • First-aid manual
  • Petroleum jelly or other lubricant
  • Plastic bags for the disposal of contaminated materials
  • Safety pins in assorted sizes
  • Save-A-Tooth storage device containing salt solution and a travel case
  • Scissors, tweezers and a needle
  • Soap or instant hand sanitizer
  • Sterile eyewash, such as a saline solution
  • Thermometer
  • Triangular bandage
  • Turkey baster or other bulb suction device for flushing out wounds
  • Cell phone and recharger that utilizes the accessory plug in your car dash
  • Emergency phone numbers, including contact information for your family doctor and pediatrician, local emergency services, emergency road service providers and the regional poison control center
  • Small, waterproof flashlight and extra batteries
  • Candles and matches for cold climates
  • Mylar emergency blanket
  • First-aid instruction manual
  • Sunscreen

Give Your Kit a Check-up

Check your kits every three months to make sure that batteries are still operating and expired supplies are replaced. Prepare children for medical emergencies in age appropriate ways. The American Red Cross offers several programs designed to help children understand and use first-aid techniques in case of an emergency. -source

  • Local Community Links
  • MidState Ready
  • Using Medications Correctly

Visit The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services website for further information on how we compare with other hospitals.