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VA, Johns Hopkins Recognized in Diversity Survey

Monday September 27, 2010
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The Institute for Diversity in Health Management recently recognized the Washington, D.C. VA Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for their performance on the institute’s “State of Health Care Diversity and Disparities: A Benchmark Study of U.S. Hospitals.” The survey was designed to provide a snapshot of the hospital field’s progress on promoting diversity and to help hospitals assess and improve their internal diversity programs.

The VA Medical Center earned Best in Class recognition in three categories: Expanding the Diversity of the Organization’s Governance Body and Leadership Team; Strengthening a Diverse Workforce throughout the Organization; and Delivering Culturally and Linguistically Competent Patient Care throughout the Organization.

The facility also was named one of the Promising Practices in the category Effectively Engaging the Diverse Communities that the Organization Serves.

Johns Hopkins was named one of the Promising Practices in Strengthening a Diverse Workforce throughout the Organization.


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