Long Island hospital scoresPatient survey results

Results of a national, standardized survey of hospital patients created to publicly report the patient’s perspective of hospital care. The survey asks a random sample of recently discharged patients about ten important aspects of their hospital experience.

How often did staff explain about medicines before giving them to patients?

Hospital Always Sometimes or never Usually
Beth Israel Medical Center 60% 23% 17%
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center 58% 21% 21%
Eastern Long Island Hospital 62% 20% 18%
Franklin Hospital 60% 22% 18%
Glen Cove Hospital 62% 21% 17%
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center 59% 22% 19%
Huntington Hospital 59% 16% 25%
John T. Mather Memorial Hospital of Port Jefferson 67% 17% 16%
Long Island Jewish Medical Center 64% 22% 14%
Mercy Medical Center 59% 22% 19%
Montefiore Medical Center 64% 20% 16%
Mount Sinai Hospital 61% 21% 18%
Nassau University Medical Center 47% 34% 19%
New York-Presbyterian Hospital 59% 22% 19%
North Shore University Hospital 60% 21% 19%
NYU Hospitals Center 63% 19% 18%
Peconic Bay Medical Center 53% 29% 18%
Plainview Hospital 59% 25% 16%
South Nassau Communities Hospital 60% 23% 17%
Southampton Hospital 60% 24% 16%
Southside Hospital 61% 21% 18%
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital 62% 19% 19%
St. Charles Hospital 59% 22% 19%
St. Francis Hospital 66% 15% 19%
St. Joseph Hospital 54% 27% 19%
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital 59% 26% 15%
Stony Brook University Hospital 60% 21% 19%
Winthrop-University Hospital 61% 21% 18%

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