Our vision is to be a model of continued excellence as a regional integrated health care system committing ourselves to provide quality, progressive care.


To improve the lives we touch by providing care of the highest quality throughout life's journey.


Tri Valley Health System is committed to the values of Vision, Integrity, Safety, and Enthusiasm.  These values are guiding principles to be held firmly, as in a V.I.S.E.  We endeavor to live these values and exhibit these behaviors through our daily words and deeds. 

“Our Patients and Residents Deserve it.  It’s the Right Thing to do!”



  • Serve as a positive role model and mentor for your co-workers.
  • Withhold from any casual conversation about other people that is unconfirmed or untrue. No gossip.
  • Acknowledge and be respectful of differing opinions, and be willing to discuss issues/concerns in a professional manner. 
  • If a conflict arises with another co-worker, address the concern with that co-worker first.  If the outcome is not satisfactory, notify your department leader.
  • Utilize the 6-Foot Rule when approaching a customer or co-worker.
  • Follow and adhere to the No Pass Zone regarding patient’s/resident’s call lights.
  • Manage your co-workers up when dealing with our customers.
  • Understand HCAHPS scores and how your role affects them.
  • Attend and be engaged in department meeting, service huddles, and all mandatory meetings/education.
  • You are empowered to solve problems you may encounter without fear of retribution.
  • You will hold yourself and other co-workers accountable to our Standards of Behavior.
  • Speak positively about TVHS and our mission, vision, and core values both inside and outside the building.
  • You are empowered to use the “I HEART” Service Recovery Program when excellent customer service has not been provided.



  • Ensure patient/resident, personal, and private information is kept confidential at all times and not discussed in any public place.  Do not inquire about patient/resident information if you are not a part of that patient’s/resident’s care.
  • Computers are to be locked when not in use.e, elbow level.



  • Present a clean, professional, and well-groomed image.

  • Follow dress code policy set forth by TVHS.

  • Wear your identification badge with name visible at, or above, elbow level.

  • Address any safety hazards you notice.  If you are unable to correct the hazard, report it immediately, including “near misses.  Utilize the QDC incident reporting program, the Plant Ops ticket program, and the IT Helpdesk as situation warrants.
  • Be aware of TVHS policies and procedures concerning emergency preparedness, fire safety, infection control, and safety standards (i.e. wears PPE, safety goggles, and proper handwashing).
  • Is aware of quality initiatives and participates in the department quality improvement initiatives.
  • Report any security risks immediately to supervisor (i.e. logging of computer, forgetting or sharing name badges, etc.)



  • Our job is to serve our customers by providing them with the highest quality of care.
  • Display a positive attitude and enthusiasm when at work.
  • Be punctual and arrive prepared, both physically and emotionally, to handle your daily tasks.
  • Treat everyone with courtesy, honesty and respect.  Always speak in a polite and courteous manner.
  • Respond positively to change within the organization.


  • Use specific sentence starters/key words/answer telephone with department specific scripting.
  • Always utilize SERVE Principles when addressing patients/residents.
o    Slow down, smile, and greet.
o    Explain who you are and what you do.
o    Respond to the patient’s/resident’s need and estimated time.
o    Validate the patient’s/resident’s expectations and concerns.
o    Express thanks for the opportunity to serve.
  • Act with a professional manner on social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, etc.).


TVHS Current News

Tri Valley Health System Receives National Recognition for Performance Leadership in Patient Satisfaction

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Key Facts about Seasonal Flu Vaccine

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TVHS will host Town Meetings.

During the month of August, the Board and Senior Leaders of Tri Valley Health System are beginning the process of planning for the health systems direction over the next couple of years. Currently TVHS is planning for four town hall meetings with in their service area. The meetings are designed to bring Southwest Nebraska residents and TVHS’s patients together to gain input and thoughts on the direction and vision they have for their hospital and health care. “It is our goal to provide outstand...
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Nursing Home Week

Cambridge Manor Cambridge, NE-In observance of Nursing Home Week, May 10 to 16, 2015 Cambridge Manor will be hosting several events meant to encourage residents, families and other close relatives to reach out to visit with their loved ones and caregivers.
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