11 Cleveland Clinic Hospitals Earn “A” Grades in Safety

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Eleven Cleveland Clinic hospitals, in addition to Ashtabula County Medical Center, received an “A” in the most recently published safety grades by the Leapfrog Group.

The following Cleveland Clinic hospitals earned A’s:

  • Akron General
  • Avon Hospital
  • Euclid Hospital
  • Fairview Hospital
  • Hillcrest Hospital
  • Lutheran Hospital
  • Main campus
  • Marymount Hospital
  • South Pointe Hospital
  • Union Hospital
  • Weston Hospital

All remaining Cleveland Clinic hospitals earned B’s.

The Leapfrog Group is a national nonprofit organization that measures the quality and safety of American healthcare. On April 30, Leapfrog Group released its semi-annual safety grades associated with patient safety performance and practices. These grades represent a composite score of data from a voluntary, self-reported survey, as well as several publicly reported metrics — many of which align with Cleveland Clinic’s Enterprise Quality priorities.

While all hospitals have encountered new challenges and unfamiliar situations in recent months, Cleveland Clinic appreciates its caregivers for their persistence in providing compassionate care and reducing avoidable harm to patients. Cleveland Clinic thanks them for the level of quality, safety and patient experience in all care settings.

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