Nursing Care

Nursing at Central Community Hospital (CCH) embraces the Compassionate
Relationship Based Centered Caring Model for our Care Delivery. This model of Care Delivery promotes emotional connections between patients, care givers and families.

CCH incorporates the six C’s of the model: Considerate, Compassionate, Courageous, Collaborative, Connecting and Compromising.

The Main Three Core Themes to the Relationship Centered Caring Model are…

1.) Know who I am and what matters.

2.) Understand how I feel about my experience.

3.) Work with me to shape the way things are done.

Caring Conversations with residents, care givers and families are core
to premise of “Every Patient Matters”

CCH Nursing Vision

Our Vision is to provide a personalized healing experience for every patient, by providing exceptional care delivery to patients and families. By engaging in comprehensive teamwork, leadership, shared decision making and we achieve the best outcomes of quality, safety, patient experience, evidence-based practice and innovation.

Central Community Hospital Nurse Credo

Based on Jean Watson’s Humanistic Caring Theory, this is our Credo of all Central Community Hospital Nurses.
We believe:

  • That health care is a human right, and that patients have the right and are encouraged to participate in their own care, whether the goal is quality of life or dignity of death.
  • The nurse practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and unique attributes of every person.
  • The nurse promotes, advocates for, and protects the rights, health, and safety of the patient.
  • That our Team of Nurses makes a commitment to deliver compassionate, holistic care to the patient in a competent, ethical and caring manner.
  • That the scope of nursing care includes the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of body, mind and spirit for individually defined health.
  • The nurse has authority, accountability, and responsibility for nursing practice; makes decisions; and takes action consistent with the obligation to promote health and to provide optimal care.
  • That professional nursing values an interdisciplinary, collaborative process to create a caring-healing, patient and family centered environment.
  • That our Team of Nurses is qualified through licensure, demonstrated competence, and a commitment to professional development through lifelong learning.


Pathway to Excellence (PTE)

At Central Community Hospital, we are committed to providing personalized healing. Our journey towards certification of “Pathways to Excellence”, promotes a positive practice environment for all staff. Incorporating Evidence Based Practice will ensure we are providing care delivery, that is the best, and scientifically advanced way to provide care to our patients. “Pathways to Excellence” will provide us with the basis we need to complete this journey.

Visit the links listed below to learn more:
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) –

Contact Info:
Office: 563-245-7000