This is our Award-Winning Performance
Awards are a recognition that what we do and how we do it, every day, truly
matters. Dedication to clinical excellence is at the core of our mission
and we’re grateful that our clinical quality is nationally recognized.
RANKED AMONG TOP HEALTH SYSTEMS
Prime Healthcare has been recognized as one of the 15 Top Health
Systems in the nation three times by IBM Watson Health™ (formerly
known as Truven Health Analytics®)
Prime Healthcare was the only health system west of the Mississippi to
receive 10 Top Health Systems recognition in the nation.
Prime Healthcare is consistently ranked among the top health systems in
the nation based on clinical quality.
RANKED AMONG 100 TOP HOSPITALS
• Prime Healthcare’s hospitals received more than 270 awards
that include 20 “America’s Best by Specialty” awards
as well as 64 Specialty Excellence and 194 5-Star awards.
• Prime Healthcare received more Patient Safety Excellence awards
than any other health system in the nation. This marks the third year
in row Prime earned that distinction (2016-2018).
IBM Watson Health - "100 Top Hospitals"
• “100 Top Hospitals” in the nation a remarkable 47 times.
• “100 Top Hospitals” in 2019: East Liverpool City Hospital,
Garden City Hospital, Garden Grove Hospital Medical Center, Montclair
Hospital Medical Center, and San Dimas Community Hospital.
RANKED “TOP PERFORMER ON KEY QUALITY MEASURES” BY THE JOINT
• In 2015, 16 Prime Healthcare hospitals earned national recognition
as a “Top Performer on Key Quality Measures” from The Joint
Commission, the leading medical accreditation organization in the country.
NATIONAL AWARDS MEAN SAFER PATIENTS
With nearly 3,000 U.S. hospitals surveyed, the hospitals demonstrated that
high-quality patient outcomes can be achieved while improving efficiency.
If all hospitals in the U.S. performed at the same level as the 100 Top
Hospitals award winners:
- Nearly 126,500 additional lives could be saved
- Nearly 109,000 additional patients could be complication-free
- $1.8 billion in inpatient costs could be saved
- The typical patient could be released from the hospital half a day sooner
- Episode-of-illness expense would be 2 percent lower than the peer median