Title
CHI St. Luke’s Health Named Inaugural Recipients of Two Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council Awards
Date
01/25/2016
Article
SETRAC The Woodlands SETRAC Freestanding ER
The Woodlands – “Stroke Award: Presented by James Grotta, MD” Physicians ER “Free-Standing Emergency Department Award presented by
State Representative Cecil Bell (left) and Assistant Commissioner of Health
David Gruber (right)

CHI St. Luke's Health (CHI St. Luke’s) announced today that it has received two Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) Awards for:

  • Stroke Care (Hospital with less than 250 beds) — CHI St. Luke’s Health–The Woodlands Hospital
  • Freestanding ED Partner of the Year Award — PhysiciansER Montgomery Emergency Room
    (now CHI St. Luke’s Health–Baylor St. Luke’s Emergency Center)

More than 600 first responders, healthcare providers, and government leaders recently gathered to recognize outstanding healthcare services in the region at the SETRAC Awards Banquet.

SETRAC is a coalition of hospitals, air medical providers, fire departments and emergency medical services in the Southeast Texas region who provide stakeholder support for preparedness, trauma, injury prevention, stroke, cardiac, and pediatric services.

“To be recognized for such an achievement for stroke is a testament to our mission of providing patient-centered care,” said David G. Argueta, President, CHI St. Luke’s Health–The Woodlands, Lakeside, and Springwoods Village Hospitals. “Our success rests on the shoulders of a medical and clinical staff that works tirelessly to meet the rigorous standards in stroke response and recovery. I’m especially proud of not just the award, but what it represents for our community, and that is exceptional stroke care when moments count.”

Kelly Larkin, MD, Chief Executive Officer of The Larkin Group added, “This award reflects the strength and dedication of our medical team to ensure our patients receive the best emergency care. As part of CHI St. Luke’s, we are committed each and every day to meet patients’ medical needs and offer them the best possible experience in an emergency.”

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