Magnet Recognition

ANCC Magnet Recognition (green, gold logo)The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has held Magnet recognition status, granted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program Office, since 2002. 

Magnet recognition status speaks to MD Anderson's strength and commitment in providing superior services

Our patients receive care from the most highly qualified and committed nurses available. Studies show that the nursing care in Magnet-recognized facilities contributes to lower general and disease-specific mortality rates and higher patient satisfaction.

Our nurses are recognized, rewarded, respected and supported for their clinical practice excellence. We create and sustain an environment where nurses grow professionally, control their oncology nursing practice and participate in all levels of the organization.

Our community colleagues within and outside MD Anderson Cancer Center are our partners. Through collaboration, we maximize our contributions to our patients, their families, professional organizations and community.

Additional Magnet Recognition Program Information

Magnet recognition status is an ongoing commitment at MD Anderson. Achieving and maintaining the required 14 standards is a continuous activity that is reviewed and acknowledged yearly by the ANCC Magnet Program Office. Magnet recognition status validates our excellence and ability to attract and retain more than 3,000 nurses with superior professional talent.

Magnet Recognition Program Site Visit

MD Anderson is seeking re-designation as a Magnet organization by the the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition Program. Representatives of the program are coming to MD Anderson in June. Learn more about the visit.

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