Huntington Hospital Earns ‘A’ Grade in Safety Report

Seven Northwell Health hospitals, including Huntington, earned a top ‘A’ rating for patient safety according to a report released by the Leapfrog Group for Spring 2024.

The national distinction recognizes the system’s commitment to patient safety
and achievements in promoting best outcomes.

Leapfrog’s Hospital’s 2024 Spring Grade report showed the following Northwell
hospitals earned a top ‘A’ rating:
– Glen Cove Hospital
– Huntington Hospital
– Mather Hospital
– Northern Westchester Hospital
– Peconic Bay Medical Center
– Plainview Hospital
– South Shore University Hospital

“This honor is a testament to Northwell’s commitment to raising health and putting patients first,” said Peter Silver, MD, senior vice president, associate chief medical officer and chief quality officer at Northwell Health. “It takes complete dedication at every level to truly prioritize the well-being of those we serve. This recognition reaffirms our mission to deliver the highest standard of care, day in and day out.”

The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit organization, assigns A, B, C, D or F grades to nearly 3,000 acute-care hospitals nationwide, which is based on 30 evidence-based patient safety performance measures, as well as federal data. The organization issues the report twice annually.

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