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PSFDH honoured in National Research Corporation Canada Report

Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

By Sabrina Bedford

The Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital (PSFDH) has been recognized for its performance in Overall Care in a recently-published nation-wide study.

The National Research Corporation Canada (NRCC) recently released its annual study entitled the Patient Experience Percentile Report. The purpose of the report series is “to highlight hospitals in Ontario that have received excellent performance ratings, based on patient perceptions,” according to the NRCC website.

In the ‘Acute Care Inpatient – Community Hospitals’ category, the PSFDH Smiths Falls branch was listed as the Top Performing hospital for patient rating in Overall Care. In addition to this honour, both of the PSFDH campuses were ranked in the 90th percentile for Overall Care.

This ranking is based on surveys completed by patients between Apr.1, 2013 and Mar. 31, 2014. The specific questions asked were: “Overall, how would you rate the care you received at the hospital?” and “Would you recommend this hospital to your family or friends?”

The survey results were organized into four reporting categories: overall, teaching, community and small hospitals. They were then broken down further into three categories:
– Acute Inpatient Care;
– Emergency Department; and
– Maternity Care.

Here is a list of all PSFDH honours:

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Smiths Falls is the Top Performer for “Overall Care” for Acute Care Inpatient – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Smiths Falls is in the 90th percentile for “Overall Care” – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Perth is in the 90th percentile for “Overall Care” for Emergency Department – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Perth is in the 90th percentile for “Would Recommend” for Emergency Department – Community Hospitals

Source: National Research Corporation Canada Report
Image Source: PSFDH

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PSFDH honoured in National Research Corporation Canada Report

Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

By Sabrina Bedford

The Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital (PSFDH) has been recognized for its performance in Overall Care in a recently-published nation-wide study.

The National Research Corporation Canada (NRCC) recently released its annual study entitled the Patient Experience Percentile Report. The purpose of the report series is “to highlight hospitals in Ontario that have received excellent performance ratings, based on patient perceptions,” according to the NRCC website.

In the ‘Acute Care Inpatient – Community Hospitals’ category, the PSFDH Smiths Falls branch was listed as the Top Performing hospital for patient rating in Overall Care. In addition to this honour, both of the PSFDH campuses were ranked in the 90th percentile for Overall Care.

This ranking is based on surveys completed by patients between Apr.1, 2013 and Mar. 31, 2014. The specific questions asked were: “Overall, how would you rate the care you received at the hospital?” and “Would you recommend this hospital to your family or friends?”

The survey results were organized into four reporting categories: overall, teaching, community and small hospitals. They were then broken down further into three categories:
– Acute Inpatient Care;
– Emergency Department; and
– Maternity Care.

Here is a list of all PSFDH honours:

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Smiths Falls is the Top Performer for “Overall Care” for Acute Care Inpatient – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Smiths Falls is in the 90th percentile for “Overall Care” – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Perth is in the 90th percentile for “Overall Care” for Emergency Department – Community Hospitals

> Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital – Perth is in the 90th percentile for “Would Recommend” for Emergency Department – Community Hospitals

Source: National Research Corporation Canada Report
Image Source: PSFDH

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