Chicago Lakeshore Medical center named a 2013 Top Performer for inpatient psychiatric care Chicago Lakeshore Medical center has been named a 2013 Top Performer for hospital-based inpatient psychiatric caution by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. A healthcare facility was among just four mental health facilities in Illinois to end up being awarded and rated as a Top Performer in The Joint Commission's Annual Record on Safety and Quality. ‘Our highly trained personnel and renowned doctors supply the best mental health treatment available,’ Chicago Lakeshore Medical center CEO Alan Eaks stated. ‘That is a standard we intend to surpass year in and calendar year out.’ Related StoriesPatients offered animal-assisted therapy at UCLA HealthGlan Clwyd Hospital N Wales spend money on Esaote's G-Scan MRI unit for weight-bearing scanningStudy: Post medical center syndrome is significant risk factor for patients undergoing elective surgery The report recognizes hospitals because of their exemplary performance in offering evidence-based treatment correctly and at the right time.Based on the Chronicle, the test detects DNA sequences that are unique to TB bacteria. Results for the test, that may detect drug-resistant TB also, can be found in two hours or much less, David Persing, chief medical officer at Cepheid, said. In addition, the business’s test cartridge is about the size of a little wallet and will be read by another test reader that is about how big is a text book, rendering it user friendly in cellular clinics, the Chronicle reviews. Cepheid plans to market the test in sub-Saharan Africa and various other developing regions for the price of the gear and shipping.