Joseph Pachorek, MD, is among a group of leading physicians who are working with Huntington Memorial Hospital to promote the best of care at bedside and beyond.
The hospital is deeply committed to attracting and retaining the most skilled and compassionate caregivers, who serve on our staff and participate as partners in providing essential care community-wide. We are among the nation’s leading providers of physician education, for example — part of an elite group of community hospitals that offer physician residency programs. And, as many physicians who receive their residency training at Huntington Hospital go on to provide high-quality care right here in the San Gabriel Valley, our Graduate Medical Education programs are helping to ensure the health of future generations of patients.
We also provide opportunities for advanced nurse education, research and leadership. In 2012, we redoubled our efforts in this regard, though the creation of a new Institute for Nursing Excellence and Innovation. We continue to the lead the field as one of only 395 hospitals — among almost 6,000 hospitals nationwide — to have achieved Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Amidst revolutionary advancements in medicine, there is still no substitute for excellent caregivers. By attracting, retaining and partnering with some of the very best in the field, Huntington Hospital does what is best for patients — promoting both quality and sustainability.
To find out more about how we are ensuring Caregiver Excellence at Huntington Hospital, or to discuss gift opportunities that support this funding priority, please call the office of philanthropy at (626) 397-3241