Deaconess delivers superior patient outcomes in Critical Care, Pulmonary Care and Stroke Care, according to Healthgrades
TRI-STATE – Deaconess ranks first in Indiana for Critical Care, Pulmonary Care and Stroke Care, according to a new analysis released by Healthgrades, the leading resource that connects consumers, physicians, and health systems. Among the national list of top-ranked hospitals in each state, Deaconess was one of only four hospitals in the entire U.S. to be ranked first in their state in three separate specialty areas.
Additionally, Deaconess ranks in the top five in Indiana for Joint Replacement, and has been named among America’s 250 Best Hospitals for three years in a row. For the State Ranking analysis, Healthgrades evaluated clinical performance for nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide focusing on eight key specialties across a mix of chronic, urgent, and planned clinical areas.
Earlier this year, Deaconess was also recognized by Healthgrades with clinical achievements in other key specialties, including being ranked nationally as among America’s Best Hospitals following categories: America’s 50 Best Vascular Surgery (past 3 years), America’s 100 Best Critical Care (past 3 years), America’s 100 Best Gastrointestinal Care (past 2 years), America’s 100 Best Pulmonary Care (past 3 years), and America’s 100 Best Stroke Care (past 3 years). Deaconess also received the Gastrointestinal Excellence Award, Joint Replacement Excellence Award, and Neurosciences Excellence Award.