Two of Catholic Well being Companies’ hospitals—St. Francis, St. Charles and St. Catherine of Siena—have earned an ‘A’ score in The Leapfrog Group’s fall 2020 Hospital Security Rating from.
An ‘A’ is Leapfrog’s highest score.
“The COVID-19 pandemic supplied new challenges for our groups throughout CHS, however they stepped up to make sure our sufferers continued to obtain prime quality care in a protected setting,” stated CHS Government Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer Patrick M. O’Shaughnessy.
“I’m happy with the efforts of everybody at St. Francis, St. Charles and St. Catherine and all throughout CHS for making certain our sufferers obtain wonderful medical care,” he added
St. Francis earned this distinction for the 16th day trip of 18 rankings and beforehand was acknowledged by the Leapfrog Group as a “Prime Basic Hospital” nationally.
The Leapfrog Group is a nationwide group dedicated to bettering well being care high quality and security for shoppers and purchasers, devised the letter-based score system to rank hospitals nationwide. Hospitals are rated on how nicely they stop errors, infections, accidents and drug mix-ups that might result in medical issues and pointless lack of life.