Long Island hospital scoresHospital-acquired conditions

These measures show how often patients got certain serious conditions while in the hospital, that might have been prevented if the hospital followed procedures based on best practices and scientific evidence. The rate is the number of cases per 1,000 medical and surgical discharges, except for the foreign object rate, which only takes into account surgical cases.

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Hospital Hospital rate U.S. rate
Beth Israel Medical Center 0.055 0.058
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center 0.13 0.058
Eastern Long Island Hospital 0 0.058
Franklin Hospital 0.108 0.058
Glen Cove Hospital 0 0.058
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center 0 0.058
Huntington Hospital 0.061 0.058
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital of Port Jefferson 0.087 0.058
Long Island Jewish Medical Center 0.088 0.058
Mercy Medical Center 0.126 0.058
Montefiore Medical Center 0.039 0.058
Mount Sinai Hospital 0.142 0.058
Nassau University Medical Center 0 0.058
New York-Presbyterian Hospital 0.063 0.058
North Shore University Hospital 0.115 0.058
NYU Hospitals Center 0 0.058
Peconic Bay Medical Center 0 0.058
Plainview Hospital 0.075 0.058
South Nassau Communities Hospital 0 0.058
Southampton Hospital 0 0.058
Southside Hospital 0.184 0.058
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital 0 0.058
St. Charles Hospital 0 0.058
St. Francis Hospital 0 0.058
St. Joseph Hospital 0 0.058
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital 0.265 0.058
Stony Brook University Hospital 0.104 0.058
Winthrop-University Hospital 0.079 0.058

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