Pennsylvania Health Care Quality Alliance > Reports > Compare Hospitals
The PHCQA Performance & Progress Report on hosptial quality

Hospitals 25 miles or less from: Zip Code 19464 20 Hospitals Found

Pneumonia is caused by a viral or bacterial infection that fills the lungs with mucus. This lowers the oxygen level in your blood. Symptoms of pneumonia can include difficulty breathing, coughing up green or bloody mucus, chest pain, fever and chills, and fatigue. (Source: CMS)

Pneumonia patients transferred or admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) within 24 hours of hospital arrival, who had blood cultures performed 24 hours prior to or 24 hours after hospital arrival. (Joint Commission)

Why Is This Important    Additional Clinical Information

Blood Culture within First 24 hours (ICU)
July 2012 - June 2013 Results *

 
   
PENNSYLVANIA RATE 98%  
Brandywine Hospital 100% View Historical Data
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Not Enough Cases To Compare View Historical Data
Grand View Hospital 100% View Historical Data
Lansdale Hospital 100% View Historical Data
Lehigh Valley Hospital 98% View Historical Data
Main Line Hospital Bryn Mawr 100% View Historical Data
Main Line Hospital Paoli Not Enough Cases To Compare View Historical Data
Mercy Suburban Hospital Not Enough Cases To Compare View Historical Data
Montgomery Hospital Medical Center N/A
Phoenixville Hospital 100% View Historical Data
Physicians Care Surgical Center N/A
Pottstown Memorial Medical Center 100% View Historical Data
Reading Hospital & Medical Center 100% View Historical Data
St. Joseph Medical Center Not Enough Cases To Compare View Historical Data
St. Luke's Allentown Campus N/A
St. Luke's Quakertown Hospital Not Enough Cases To Compare View Historical Data
Surgical Institute of Reading N/A
The Chester County Hospital and Health System 100% View Historical Data
VA Medical Center Coatesville N/A
Westfield Hospital N/A

*The Hospitals quality measures reported on this website come from a variety of sources using several data collection processes and update schedules. While the PHCQA website contains the most recent publicly available information, the time periods represented by these data range from 6 to 24 months old. Caution should be used when drawing conclusions from these data as a Hospitals’s performance may have changed significantly since the data was collected and reported. The PHCQA recommends you contact the hospital directly to obtain the most recent performance data.