Quality - Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula

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Quality

At Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, quality and safety are our top priorities. We continuously strive to be the best when it comes to our patient's health.

There are a number of organizations that rate and measure the quality of care provided by U.S. hospitals. Below are the two leading resources for information.

Leapfrogleapfrog

Evaluates over 2,600 hospitals utilizing a letter-grade to show how well they are keeping patients safe from harm.

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Medicare's Hospital Comparehospital compare

Compares how well hospitals care for adult patients with certain medical conditions.

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Joint Commission's Quality CompareJoint Commission Quality Check

A guide to the more than 15,000 Joint Commission-accredited healthcare organizations throughout the country.

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Our Quality Services

  • Heart: Exceeding standards to support the best outcomes possible for our patients.
  • Inpatient Diabetes Program: The advanced certification in inpatient diabetes addresses a dire need in the community.
  • Inpatient Rehabilitation: Providing comprehensive services to restore quality of life and outcomes for our patients.
  • Joint replacement: Restoring mobility, independence, and reducing pain through the most effective treatments and recovery tools.
  • Palliative: a holistic approach to care that improves the quality of life associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering.
  • Stroke: Timely and skilled intervention greatly improves survival rates and improved quality of life.

Our Quality Programs

  • Good Catch: A campaign to reward our employees who do those things and report them to reduce chances of harm to our patients.
  • Hand Hygiene: “It’s OK to Ask” is designed to keep clean hands at the top of mind and conversation for our medical caregivers, patients, and their visitors.
  • Prescribe Safe: A multi-organization effort in the community to help end the opioid epidemic.
  • Lean Transformation: We are working on streamlining processes and systems to have least amount of waste, based on a system created by Toyota®.
  • ONE System: We are improving our care by implementing a fully integrated health information management system.
  • Quiet at Night Program: We are working hard to reduce noise at night, when our patients need rest the most.

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