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Lots of Movement in Memphis Fall 2016 Hospital Safety Grades

We saw quite a bit of movement in the fall 2016 Hospital Safety Grades (formerly Hospital Safety Score) for Memphis-area hospitals:

Several hospitals raised their scores:

  • Baptist Collierville moved from a C to a B
  • Baptist Desoto moved from a C to a B
  • Methodist Germantown moved from a C to a B
  • Regional One Health moved from a D to a C

Unfortuantely, Saint Francis Memphis moved down from an A to a B and Methodist University moved down from a B to a C.

Methodist Olive Branch received it's first grade and it was an A. They join Saint Francis Bartlett as our Memphis-area A hospitals.

Methodist Olive Branch A

Saint Francis Bartlett     A

Baptist Collierville           B

Baptist DeSoto                B

Methodist Germantown   B

Saint Francis Memphis   B

Baptist Memphis           C

Methodist North             C

Methodist South             C

Methodist University       C

Regional One Health      C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out www.hospitalsafetygrade.org for details on these scores as well as those for 2,633 hospitals

Posted by Cristie Travis at 7:00 AM

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