Long Island hospital scoresQuality measures

These measures indicate how likely it is that patients will suffer from complications and deaths while in the hospital. Some of these complications and deaths might have been prevented if the hospital followed procedures based on best practices and scientific evidence. The rate is based on 1,000 patient discharges, either medical and surgical or just surgical.

Fatal complications after surgery

Hospital Rate Description
Beth Israel Medical Center 100.07 No different than U.S. rate
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center 96.16 No different than U.S. rate
Franklin Hospital 110.93 No different than U.S. rate
Glen Cove Hospital 95.82 No different than U.S. rate
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center 178.45 Worse than U.S. rate
Huntington Hospital 114.02 No different than U.S. rate
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital of Port Jefferson 87.71 No different than U.S. rate
Long Island Jewish Medical Center 120.65 No different than U.S. rate
Mercy Medical Center 143.12 No different than U.S. rate
Montefiore Medical Center 127.22 No different than U.S. rate
Mount Sinai Hospital 134.89 No different than U.S. rate
Nassau University Medical Center 186.36 Worse than U.S. rate
New York-Presbyterian Hospital 104.86 No different than U.S. rate
North Shore University Hospital 121.67 No different than U.S. rate
NYU Hospitals Center 78.12 Better than U.S. rate
Peconic Bay Medical Center 108.19 No different than U.S. rate
Plainview Hospital 121.54 No different than U.S. rate
South Nassau Communities Hospital 161.76 Worse than U.S. rate
Southside Hospital 164.05 Worse than U.S. rate
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital 105.24 No different than U.S. rate
St. Francis Hospital Roslyn 109.47 No different than U.S. rate
St. Joseph Hospital 124.85 No different than U.S. rate
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital 128.6 No different than U.S. rate
Stony Brook University Hospital 136.48 No different than U.S. rate
Winthrop-University Hospital 118.44 No different than U.S. rate

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