Good Samaritan Medical Center is a Healthgrades Five-star Recipient for Treatment of GI BleedNov 9, 2023
Good Samaritan Medical Center Recognized with Five-Star Achievements from Healthgrades
Good Samaritan Medical Center announced today it has achieved numerous five-star ratings for specialty care, according to new research released by Healthgrades, a leading resource consumers use to find a hospital or doctor. Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Five-Star rating includes Treatment of GI Bleed, C-Section Delivery and Vaginal Delivery. This five-star rating reflects Good Samaritan Medical Center’s commitment to consistently delivering the best care possible and places the organization in the upper echelon of hospitals for specialty care nationwide.
"Our entire Good Samaritan Medical Center family is overjoyed to receive multiple prestigious five-star awards from Healthgrades,” said Sheri Montgomery, Good Samaritan Medical Center CEO, said. “This accomplishment reflects the hard work, compassion, and expertise of our staff. It's a testament to our dedication to providing top-notch care to our patients. We celebrate this achievement with gratitude and a renewed commitment to excellence."
Healthgrades evaluates hospitals solely on clinical outcomes: risk-adjusted mortality and complications. By focusing on what matters most–patient outcomes–Healthgrades ratings provide critical feedback for both patients and hospitals. By offering easy access to objective performance measures, Healthgrades gives consumers the information they need to find a hospital that excels in providing the care they need. And, by shining a light on strengths and weaknesses, Healthgrades ratings help direct hospitals to opportunities for clinical improvement. The 2024 hospital assessment evaluated patient mortality and complication rates for 35 common conditions and procedures at approximately 4,500 hospitals nationwide to identify the top performers.
The 2024 Healthgrades analysis revealed that the variation in performance between five-star and one-star hospitals continues to widen, making it increasingly important to seek care at top-rated programs. From 2020 through 2022, if all hospitals as a group performed similarly to five-star hospitals, on average, 215,667 lives could potentially have been saved, and 149,521 patients could have avoided potential complications.*
“Healthgrades congratulates Good Samaritan Medical Center for being a national leader and demonstrating a deep commitment to providing high quality care to all patients,” said Brad Bowman, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Head of Data Science at Healthgrades. “As health systems nationwide endeavor to elevate their quality of care, these elite facilities provide a roadmap for success. We commend [Hospital Name] for their dedication to excellence in patient care.”
*Statistics are based on Healthgrades analysis of MedPAR data for 2020 through 2022 and represent three-year estimates for Medicare patients only. Click here to view the complete 2024 Specialty Excellence Awards and Ratings Methodology.