California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

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Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Patient Experience?

Current

Hospital Rating

Below Average
59%
68%
71%
Patient Experience

Would Recommend Hospital

63%

70%

71%

Received Information and Education

80%

84%

86%

Nurses Communicated Well

71%

75%

79%

Doctors Communicated Well

75%

78%

82%

Help Received When Wanted

60%

62%

68%

Pain Well Controlled

66%

69%

71%

Staff Explained Medicine

57%

61%

64%

Patient Room and Bathroom Was Clean

69%

70%

74%

Quiet at Night

48%

52%

61%

Re-hospitalizations?

Current

Hospitalwide Readmission Rate

Average
15.10%
(lower is better)
15.50%
(lower is better)
15.60%
(lower is better)

Patient Safety?

Current

Surgical Care Measures

Average
95%
97%
98%
Infection Prevention

Appropriate Timing of Antibiotic

95%

98%

98%

Use of Appropriate Antibiotic

99%

98%

98%

Appropriate Discontinuation of Antibiotic

96%

97%

97%

Urinary Catheter Removal

92%

96%

97%

Complication Prevention

Blood-clot Prevention

95%

98%

98%

Beta-blockers Continued

94%

96%

97%

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

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Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Patient Experience?

Current

Hospital Rating

Below Average
59%
68%
71%
Patient Experience

Would recommend hospital

63%

70%

71%

Received information and education

80%

84%

86%

Nurses communicated well

71%

75%

79%

Doctors communicated well

75%

78%

82%

Help received

60%

62%

68%

Pain well controlled

66%

69%

71%

Staff explained medicine

57%

61%

64%

Patient room and bathroom was clean

69%

70%

74%

Quiet at night

48%

52%

61%

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

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Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Patient Safety?

Current

Surgical Care Measures

Average
95%
97%
98%
Infection Prevention

Appropriate timing of antibiotic

95%

98%

98%

Use of appropriate antibiotic

99%

98%

98%

Appropriate discontinuation of antibiotic

96%

97%

97%

Urinary catheter removal

92%

96%

97%

Complication Prevention

Blood-clot prevention

95%

98%

98%

Beta-blockers continued

94%

96%

97%

Unplanned Surgical Wound Reopening

Average
0.18%
(lower is better)
0.19%
(lower is better)
0.19%
(lower is better)

Death after Serious Treatable Complication

Too Few Cases to Rate
11.75%
(lower is better)
11.85%
(lower is better)

Accidental Lung Puncture

Average
0.05%
(lower is better)
0.04%
(lower is better)
0.04%
(lower is better)

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Heart Attack?

Current

Death Rate

Average
15.70%
(lower is better)
14.50%
(lower is better)
14.80%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
98%
98%
More Info

Aspirin prescribed at discharge

NA

99%

99%

Statins prescribed at discharge

NA

98%

98%

Timeliness of Care

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
94%
NA
More Info

Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) within 90 minutes

NA

94%

95%

Readmission Rate

Too Few Cases to Rate
17.80%
(lower is better)
17.90%
(lower is better)

Heart Bypass Surgery?

Current

Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
2.17%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Internal Mammary Artery Usage

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
97%
NA

Postoperative Stroke

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
1.31%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Heart Failure?

Current

Death Rate

Average
10%
(lower is better)
11.50%
(lower is better)
12%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Above Average
97%
97%
97%
More Info

Severity of heart failure evaluated

100%

98%

96%

Clear instructions given prior to discharge

93%

93%

93%

ACE inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) given

100%

97%

96%

Readmission Rate

Average
23.80%
(lower is better)
22.60%
(lower is better)
22.70%
(lower is better)

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Mother & Baby?

Current

C-Section Rate (NTSV)

Superior
19.50%
(lower is better)
27.40%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Breastfeeding Rate

Above Average
83.10%
64.70%
NA

Episiotomy Rate

Superior
3.10%
(lower is better)
12.30%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

VBAC Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
8.80%
NA

VBAC Routinely Available

No
NA
NA

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Pneumonia?

Current

Death Rate

Average
13%
(lower is better)
11.60%
(lower is better)
12%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Superior
98%
96%
94%
More Info

Initial antibiotic consistent with current recommendations

98%

96%

94%

Readmission Rate

Average
17%
(lower is better)
17.30%
(lower is better)
17.40%
(lower is better)

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Surgeries/Other Conditions?

Current

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
1.94%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Esophageal Resection - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Esophageal Resection - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
2.55%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Pancreatic Resection - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Pancreatic Resection - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
3.51%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Angioplasty (PTCA) - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Angioplasty (PTCA) - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
2.40%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Acute Stroke Death Rate

Average
11.60%
(lower is better)
9.91%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Craniotomy Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
7.81%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage Death Rate

Average
0%
(lower is better)
2.31%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Hip Fracture Death Rate

Average
4%
(lower is better)
2.47%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Hip or Knee Surgery Readmission Rate

Average
5.10%
(lower is better)
5%
(lower is better)
5.20%
(lower is better)

Hip or Knee Surgery Complication Rate

Average
3.40%
(lower is better)
3.20%
(lower is better)
3.30%
(lower is better)

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Emergency Department (ED) Care?

Current

Time in ED before being admitted

282 minutes
(lower is better)
340 minutes
(lower is better)
270 minutes
(lower is better)

Time in ED before being sent home

141 minutes
(lower is better)
166 minutes
(lower is better)
140 minutes
(lower is better)

Time in ED before being seen

36 minutes
(lower is better)
31 minutes
(lower is better)
28 minutes
(lower is better)

Patients who left ED without being seen

4%
(lower is better)
2%
(lower is better)
2%
(lower is better)

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110 • (415) 647-8600

California Pacific Medical Center - St. Luke's Campus in San Francisco, California 94110 has a Patient Experience Rating of Below Average and scored 59%, compared to the California state average of 68%. See ratings on health care quality in hospitals, why quality matters to you, and how you can help get the care you deserve.

Read More ▼

Some California hospitals provide better care than others. The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals and medical centers for patient experience, patient safety, re-hospitalizations or readmissions, infections, complications, death or mortality rates, timeliness and effectiveness for various conditions and procedures such as labor and delivery (maternity), heart attack, heart failure, heart bypass, pneumonia, hip fracture, ER or emergency care, and other surgeries.



Free and easy-to-use, CalQualityCare.org offers unbiased information and ratings on the quality of California hospitals and medical centers, along with tips and checklists about how to choose a health care provider, questions to ask, how to pay for care, and what to do if something goes wrong.



Better information enables smarter choices when making medical decisions. Publicly available information about health care quality — and consumers eager to consider quality in their medical decisions — will improve the health care system.



Why be concerned about quality? Even common tasks can go wrong in the hospital. When you pay attention to quality, you can better protect yourself. What is quality? Quality care is not always more expensive care, the newest technology, or many tests and treatments. Quality care is safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. How does quality affect you? Hear about four patients' experiences where better care would have made a difference. Get the quality you deserve. Take steps to make sure you choose the best hospital for you.



When choosing a hospital or medical center, be sure to understand your particular treatment and the roles that hospital staff play in your care; check your insurance coverage and out of pocket costs; and consider the hospital’s location and other features and services.

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Patient Experience?

Current

Hospital Rating

Below Average
59%
68%
71%
Patient Experience

Would recommend hospital

63%

70%

71%

Received information and education

80%

84%

86%

Nurses communicated well

71%

75%

79%

Doctors communicated well

75%

78%

82%

Help received

60%

62%

68%

Pain well controlled

66%

69%

71%

Staff explained medicine

57%

61%

64%

Patient room and bathroom was clean

69%

70%

74%

Quiet at night

48%

52%

61%

Patient Safety?

Current

Surgical Care Measures

Average
95%
97%
98%
Infection Prevention

Appropriate timing of antibiotic

95%

98%

98%

Use of appropriate antibiotic

99%

98%

98%

Appropriate discontinuation of antibiotic

96%

97%

97%

Urinary catheter removal

92%

96%

97%

Complication Prevention

Blood-clot prevention

95%

98%

98%

Beta-blockers continued

94%

96%

97%

Unplanned Surgical Wound Reopening

Average
0.18%
(lower is better)
0.19%
(lower is better)
0.19%
(lower is better)

Death after Serious Treatable Complication

Too Few Cases to Rate
11.75%
(lower is better)
11.85%
(lower is better)

Accidental Lung Puncture

Average
0.05%
(lower is better)
0.04%
(lower is better)
0.04%
(lower is better)

Heart Attack?

Current

Death Rate

Average
15.70%
(lower is better)
14.50%
(lower is better)
14.80%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
98%
98%
More Info

Aspirin prescribed at discharge

NA

99%

99%

Statins prescribed at discharge

NA

98%

98%

Timeliness of Care

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
94%
NA
More Info

Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) within 90 minutes

NA

94%

95%

Readmission Rate

Too Few Cases to Rate
17.80%
(lower is better)
17.90%
(lower is better)

Heart Bypass Surgery?

Current

Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
2.17%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Internal Mammary Artery Usage

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
97%
NA

Postoperative Stroke

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
1.31%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Heart Failure?

Current

Death Rate

Average
10%
(lower is better)
11.50%
(lower is better)
12%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Above Average
97%
97%
97%
More Info

Severity of heart failure evaluated

100%

98%

96%

Clear instructions given prior to discharge

93%

93%

93%

ACE inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) given

100%

97%

96%

Readmission Rate

Average
23.80%
(lower is better)
22.60%
(lower is better)
22.70%
(lower is better)

Mother & Baby?

Current

C-Section Rate (NTSV)

Superior
19.50%
(lower is better)
27.40%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Breastfeeding Rate

Above Average
83.10%
64.70%
NA

Episiotomy Rate

Superior
3.10%
(lower is better)
12.30%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

VBAC Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
8.80%
NA

VBAC Routinely Available

No
NA
NA

Pneumonia?

Current

Death Rate

Average
13%
(lower is better)
11.60%
(lower is better)
12%
(lower is better)

Quality of Care

Superior
98%
96%
94%
More Info

Initial antibiotic consistent with current recommendations

98%

96%

94%

Readmission Rate

Average
17%
(lower is better)
17.30%
(lower is better)
17.40%
(lower is better)

Surgeries/Other Conditions?

Current

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
1.94%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Esophageal Resection - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Esophageal Resection - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
2.55%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Pancreatic Resection - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Pancreatic Resection - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
3.51%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Angioplasty (PTCA) - Number of Cases

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
NA
NA

Angioplasty (PTCA) - Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because there are too few cases to rate hospitals.
NA
(lower is better)
2.40%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Acute Stroke Death Rate

Average
11.60%
(lower is better)
9.91%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Craniotomy Death Rate

Performance has not been rated because either the hospital did not provide this service  or no data were available.
NA
(lower is better)
7.81%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage Death Rate

Average
0%
(lower is better)
2.31%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Hip Fracture Death Rate

Average
4%
(lower is better)
2.47%
(lower is better)
NA
(lower is better)

Hip or Knee Surgery Readmission Rate

Average
5.10%
(lower is better)
5%
(lower is better)
5.20%
(lower is better)

Hip or Knee Surgery Complication Rate

Average
3.40%
(lower is better)
3.20%
(lower is better)
3.30%
(lower is better)

Emergency Department (ED) Care?

Current

Time in ED before being admitted

282 minutes
(lower is better)
340 minutes
(lower is better)
270 minutes
(lower is better)

Time in ED before being sent home

141 minutes
(lower is better)
166 minutes
(lower is better)
140 minutes
(lower is better)

Time in ED before being seen

36 minutes
(lower is better)
31 minutes
(lower is better)
28 minutes
(lower is better)

Patients who left ED without being seen

4%
(lower is better)
2%
(lower is better)
2%
(lower is better)

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