Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital has again been named a Healthgrades five-star award recipient. Ranked number one in the state for vascular surgery in 2013 and among the top ten percent in the nation for five consecutive years (2010 - 2014), Phoebe most recently was recognized for carotid surgery excellence. The American Hospital Quality Outcomes 2015 Healthgrades Report focuses on performance of over 4,500 hospitals nationwide covering 31 of the most common inpatient procedures and conditions. “The care that the heart and vascular team provides is critical,” said Dan Martin, MD, medical director of Phoebe’s vascular program. “This honor reiterates our commitment to ensuring high quality care is readily accessible to the citizens of Southwest Georgia.”
Notable HealthGrades Recongitions Include:
- Five-Star Recipient for Carotid Surgery in 2015
- Ranked Among the Top 10% in the Nation for Vascular Surgery for 5 Years in a Row (2010-2014)
- Ranked #1 in GA for Vascular Surgery in 2013
- Ranked Among the Top 5% in the Nation for Vascular Surgery in 2013
- Ranked Among the Top 5 in GA for Vascular Surgery for 5 Years in a Row (2009-2013)
- Five-Star Recipient for Vascular Surgery for 2 Years in a Row (2012-2013)
- Five-Star Recipient for Carotid Surgery for 2 Years in a Row (2012-2013)
- Five-Star Recipient for Peripheral Vascular Bypass for 4 Years in a Row (2010-2013)
Why are ratings important?
Many hospitals and health systems claim to be among the best. That’s why, when choosing a hospital or health care provider, we urge folks to rely on multiple sources of information – personal and physician recommendations, state and federal licensing agencies and reliable health care rating companies like HealthGrades® – to help you make informed decisions about where to seek care.
What is HealthGrades and what do the rankings mean?
HealthGrades is the leading health care ratings company in the nation, and the only one that evaluates hospitals’ clinical performance solely on objective patient outcomes: risk-adjusted mortality and in-hospital complications.
Each year, HealthGrades evaluates and recognizes hospitals’ performance in more than a dozen specialty areas.
For more information, visit: www.healthgrades.com.