Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The following are Eisenhower Medical Center's Vision, Mission and Commitments.

VISION 

Our Vision Will Be Realized When:

  • Patients, family and friends acknowledge their experience as "ideal patient care."
  • Employees and volunteer look forward to coming to work each day.
  • Donors tell friends and neighbors that gifts to Eisenhower Medical Center are among the best decisions they have ever made.
  • Eisenhower attracts and retains high quality physicians and our physicians voice their pride in being members of the Eisenhower medical staff.

  • The Community views Eisenhower as a strong and indispensable resource.

MISSION

Eisenhower Medical Center, a not-for-profit organization, exists to serve the changing healthcare needs of our region by providing excellence in patient care with supportive education and research. 

"TRUE NORTH"

Patients, family and friends acknowledge their experience as "ideal patient care."

SUPPORTING COMMITMENTS

  • Growth - Inpatient and outpatient volumes are steadily increasing.
  • Clinical Excellence - Ensure that measured outcomes meet/exceed agreed upon expectations. Evidence based clinical practice policies, procedures, and other standards are practiced 100% of the time. Tests, treatments and procedures are thoroughly explained to patients and are understood. Patients, visitors and donors are always safe from harm and prefer Eisenhower because of its high quality.
  • Courtesy and Caring - Staff always practice good manners, are friendly, polite, and emotionally sensitive to each individual whether patient, family, visitor or fellow employee.
  • Partners - Medical Staff, volunteers and employees are committed and highly engaged.
    Leadership and the staff are constantly striving for professional growth and applying that new knowledge to innovate and continuously improve direct patient care and other supporting systems and procedures.
  • Healing Environment - A supportive setting is developed and maintained that embraces the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of health and healing.
  • Efficiency and Resource Stewardship - Services are provided efficiently and effectively with a minimum of waste.