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Patient Safety

For FY25, our hospitals are focusing on improving the safety and quality of our care.  Focused performance improvements include: Acute Care and Ambulatory Care Patient Experience, Sepsis Mortality, 7 Day Readmissions, Hospital Acquired Infections such as CAUTI, CLABSI, C. Difficile, Patient death or serious injury associated with a fall while being cared for in a health care setting, and Stage 3, Stage 4, and unstageable pressure ulcers acquired after admission/presentation to a health care setting.

For measurable results of our efforts, please review the Hospital Compare website.

Quality Transparency Report

At CHI Saint Joseph Health, our mission is to provide high quality, compassionate health care for all who seek it, and we strive for the best, safest care for our patients.

Efforts to improve safety and quality and prevent adverse events include, but are not limited to, prevention of hospital readmissions; prevention of hospital acquired infections (CLABSI - central line associated bloodstream infections); prevention of hospital acquired infections – colon surgical site infection; and sepsis mortality.