What is Quality?

Selecting a good hospital can be challenging. But with tools like the quality data that we’ve provided below, you can make informed decisions.

This hospital quality data was gathered by independent agencies and public websites. See for yourself how Mary Washington Healthcare’s hospitals regularly surpass national averages for such important measures as actual patient outcomes and patient satisfaction during hospital or outpatient visits.  When you look at this objective clinical data, we think you’ll agree that these statistics show Mary Washington and Stafford Hospitals provide the highest quality care. Here for you.

Clinical Quality

Core Measures:

Note:  The Green Arrows indicate that higher values are desired.  "Top 10%" equals the average score of the top 10% of hospitals in the United States.

2013 Core

For more information, please go to Process of Care - Core Measures.

Mortality Rates:

Note:  The Green Arrows indicate that lower values are desired.  "Top 10%" equals the average score of the top 10% of hospitals in the United States.

2013 Mort

Readmission Rates:

Note:  The Green Arrows indicate that lower values are desired.  "Top 10%" equals the average score of the top 10% of hospitals in the United States.

2013 Readm

Patient Safety Rates:

Note:  The Green Arrows indicate that lower values are desired.  "Top 10%" equals the average score of the top 10% of hospitals in the United States.

2013 PatSafe

Patient Satisfaction:

Note:  The Green Arrows indicate that higher values are desired.  "Top 10%" equals the average score of the top 10% of hospitals in the United States.

2013 PatSat