VUMC GETS OUR THIRD MAGNET DESIGNATION
“Vanderbilt is top of the mountain with our third Magnet designation!”
— Yvette C, RN, Float Pool
On July 20, 2017, we learned from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) that we achieved our third Magnet designation. Our first designation was in November 2006 and second designation in April 2012. Click for details!
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A MAGNET DESIGNATED ORGANIZATION?
Magnet designation is a known key indicator by which the nation's very best hospitals are measured. The renewal of our designation is testimony to the tremendous focus and commitment of our nurses, nursing leadership and all members of our interdisciplinary teams provide to our patients.
In order to achieve Magnet designation, we had to satisfy a comprehensive set of criteria measuring the strength and quality of nursing and interdisciplinary collaboration. Magnet recognized us for quality patient care, nursing excellence, and innovations in professional nursing practice.
Creating a Magnet culture at Vanderbilt has attracted the best of the best in all disciplines; supporting low turnover rates and a high level of job satisfaction throughout the Medical Center.
Click to learn what it's like Practicing Nursing at a Magnet Designated Organization.
Click to learn the business benefits for Magnet organizations.
Learn more about Magnet Designation at the ANCC website. Better yet, come visit us and experience our Magnet culture.
VUMC staff members click here to access the VUMC Magnet site*
*for employees only = password and login required)