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St Lukes Medical Center is a Proprietary Acute Care Hospitals located in Phoenix Arizona Emergency services are offered here meaning that staff is available at all hours to address unexpected and life-threatening conditions Patients who were surveyed at this hospital did not feel as though they experienced a superior level of care; only 65 would definitely recommend this hospital to others    :
Hospital Ownership    : Proprietary Compare Proprietary Hospitals
Hospital Type    : Acute Care Hospitals Compare Acute Care Hospitalss
The FindTheBest Smart Rating is created by weighting the factors that are the most important when looking at hospitals Through extensive research we have found the best set of measures for assessing the quality of a hospital    : Number of Cases - This hospital had 347 cases in 2012, which is less than the national average. This number can give you an idea of the size and scope of the facility, and it makes up 12% of the smart rating.Medicare Performance Score - This score is derived from clinical care outcomes and patient experience, and is a holistic assessment of how well the hospital cares for its patients. It makes up 12% of the smart rating.Care Outcomes - Various outcome measures, including mortality rates from heart attacks and pneumonia, reflect the quality of care provided at a hospital. For example, this hospital reported a pneumonia mortality rate of 13.6%, which is worse than the national rate of 11.80%. This number comprises the remaining 16% of the smart rating.

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The FindTheBest Smart Rating is created by weighting the factors that are the most important when looking at hospitals Through extensive research we have found the best set of measures for assessing the quality of a hospital Number of Cases - This hospital had 347 cases in 2012, which is less than the national average. This number can give you an idea of the size and scope of the facility, and it makes up 12% of the smart rating.Medicare Performance Score - This score is derived from clinical care outcomes and patient experience, and is a holistic assessment of how well the hospital cares for its patients. It makes up 12% of the smart rating.Care Outcomes - Various outcome measures, including mortality rates from heart attacks and pneumonia, reflect the quality of care provided at a hospital. For example, this hospital reported a pneumonia mortality rate of 13.6%, which is worse than the national rate of 11.80%. This number comprises the remaining 16% of the smart rating.
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The rate of hospital acquired conditions is a good measure of the quality of a hospital Carelessness may result in foreign objects remaining in the body after surgery an inattentive staff may not prevent falls or trauma and unclean practices can lead to infection C.diff - Clostridium difficile, or C.diff, is a naturally occurring bacteria found in human intestines. However, in hospital settings, where many patients are taking antibiotics that kill off most of the bacteria in the colon, C.diff can proliferate dangerously, causing diarrhea, pain, and even death.Surgical Site Infections - Hysterectomies and colon surgeries are fairly common procedures in hospitals, and infections during or after these procedures can cause life-threatening complications.Catheter Associated UTI - A urinary catheter that is left in for a long time can cause a urinary tract infection.Vascular Catheter Associated Infection - This occurs when a catheter is inserted and introduces bacteria into the system due to improper sterilization or catheter maintenance. The bacteria can come from the skin or from the catheter itself.
The mortality rates for serious conditions are a good measure of a hospitals track record and quality of care Heart attack heart failure and pneumonia are some of the most common and deadly conditions for which people visit the hospital
Heart Attack Readmission Rates 18.7
Heart Failure Readmission Rates 22.6
Pneumonia Readmission Rates 16.9
Readmission Rate After Hip or Knee Surgery 4.6
The overall patient experience can tell you a lot about doctors bedside manner and the general quality of the hospital Although each patients stay at the hospital is different this number can give you an idea of how well-cared for most patients feel Here at St Lukes Medical Center most patients did not feel as though their care was good enough In fact 12 of people rated this hospital a 6 or lower
Survey Response Rate 31%
Clear communication from doctors and nurses is essential to delivering quality care Hospital staff has a responsibility to the patient even after discharge; without proper instructions patients are more likely to take medication incorrectly or not complete the regimen Staff at St Lukes Medical Center is performing below the expected level of communication Hospital staff should make sure they are clearly explaining treatment and recovery to their patients
Address 1800 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, Arizona 85006
Neighborhood Montezuma Heights
Provider Number 030037
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