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St. Louise Regional Hospital


 St. Louise Regional Hospital

Quality and Patient Safety

St. Louise Regional Hospital strives to provide the safest and highest quality care to our patients, their families, and our community in a manner consistent with our values. Our care plans and processes are built on evidence-based practices, and we hold ourselves to the highest standards.

We seek to provide care that is safe, patient centered, effective, timely, efficient, and equitable. We measure our performance through a number of clinical process and outcome indicators and benchmark our performance against top performing medical centers within California and across the nation.

Dedicated to achieving excellent quality outcomes and to building a culture of patient safety, St. Louise Regional Hospital has partnered with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Premier in the Partnership for Patients Initiative to improve the quality, safety and affordability of health care for all Americans.

Medicare and Medicaid Services

St. Louise Regional Hospital has been acknowledged by CMS through the Medicare’s Value Based Purchasing Program received for its performance in evidence-based care (Core Measures). These measures include best practice in the care of Acute Myocardial Infarction (heart attacks), Heart Failure, Community Acquired Pneumonia, Surgical Care, Immunizations and Prevention of Thromboembolisms (blood clots).

We are committed to keeping our patients safe and protecting them from harm. We have adopted the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals and have implemented practices throughout the medical center and clinics to support patient safety. St. Louise is a Medicare provider, and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. The hospital has also achieved Joint Commission’s Advanced Certification as a Primary Stroke Center.


We report our clinical care and patient experience performance data publicly through several venues: the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), the Joint Commission and the California Hospital Compare.