You may have seen Dustin Holloway, Grant Medical Center patient, featured on billboard ads around town. Dustin was a patient at Grant who had surgery and acute respiratory syndrome. His condition was so severe that he was placed into a medically induced coma. As he recovered, Dustin cited that the Grant nurses really helped him rally both physically and emotionally. His experience with the nurses changed his life, and now he is studying to be a respiratory therapist.
Experiences like these are why Grant has maintained the nation’s highest standard for nursing excellence with its re-designation of Magnet status by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Having first received this recognition in 2005, being re-designated places Grant among the top three percent of hospitals worldwide to receive Magnet status. Magnet recognizes healthcare organizations that provide nursing excellence and validates the quality of care Grant provides to patients every day.