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Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, CA has the lowest median time patients spent in the emergency department before being seen by a healthcare professional (5 mins) of all the 52 hospitals within 50 miles. Those 5 mins are 79% lower than the average of 24.1 mins across the 52 hospitals.

Good Samaritan Hospital has these emergency-department standings among those 52 hospitals:

  • median time patients spent in the emergency department before being seen by a healthcare professional = 5 mins (the lowest)

  • median time from emergency department arrival to emergency room departure for patients admitted to the hospital = 280 mins (16th-lowest, tied)

  • median time from admit decision to time of departure from the emergency department for patients admitted to inpatient status = 137 mins (21st-highest)

  • median time before outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack got an ECG = 8 mins (7th-lowest, tied)

  • median time from emergency department arrival to emergency department departure for discharged patients = 159 mins (16th-highest)

  • median time patients who came to the emergency department with broken bones had to wait before getting pain medication = 34 mins (4th-lowest)

  • patients who left the emergency department before being seen = 0% (the fewest, tied)

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beat St Mary's Medical Center in San Francisco, CA (6 mins), Regional Medical Center of San Jose in San Jose, CA (7 mins), Saint Francis Memorial Hospital in San Francisco, CA (7 mins), and Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, CA (8 mins), and others, ending with Highland Hospital in Oakland, CA (56 mins).

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  1. median time patients spent in the emergency department before being seen by a healthcare professional. Lower values are better. This hospital attribute is updated quarterly. The current collection period is 10/1/2016 to 9/30/2017. Refer to Measures and current data collection periods. Except where noted, all data come from the Oct 31, 2018 update at Hospital Compare and all changes-over-time compare to the previous October 2017 or November 2016 updates.
  2. within 50 miles.

    • The Latitude and Longitude data used by this application were all obtained from the Google Map's geolocation API.
    • In some cases, the actual street-level addresses were not available, specifically when only PO Boxes were provided, so in those cases, zip code coordinates were likely used. And because the average land area of a zip code is around 90 square miles, it is possible that some locations may be misrepresented.

    Except where noted, all data come from the Oct 31, 2018 update at Hospital Compare and all changes-over-time compare to the previous October 2017 or November 2016 updates.

Profile

Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, CA is in Santa Clara County, CA, is in the Western states, provides emergency services, meets criteria for meaningful use of Electronic Health Records, is acute care, is proprietary, its emergency department volume is high, has a 1-star rating in quietness, has a 1- or 2-star rating in each of communication about medicines, nurse communication, quietness, and staff responsiveness (4 total), has a 4- or 5-star rating in recommendation of hospital, has at least a 3-star rating in each of care transition, cleanliness, discharge information, doctor communication, overall patient rating, and recommendation of hospital (6 total), is worse than the national averages in both readmission and patient experience, and is better than the national averages in safety of care.

 

     Numeric values:
  • patients assessed and given influenza vaccination (99%)
  • healthcare workers given influenza vaccination (71%)
  • patients who received appropriate care for severe sepsis and septic shock (53%)
  • patients who left the emergency department before being seen (0%)
  • care-transition rating (3 stars)
  • change in care-transition rating over one year (+1 star)
  • change in care-transition rating over two years (+1 star)
  • change in cleanliness rating over one year (+1 star)
  • change in cleanliness rating over two years (+1 star)
  • change in communication-about-medicines rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in communication-about-medicines rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in discharge-information rating over one year (+1 star)
  • change in discharge-information rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in doctor-communication rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in doctor-communication rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in nurse-communication rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in nurse-communication rating over two years (-1 star)
  • change in overall hospital rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in overall hospital rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in overall patient rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in overall patient rating over two years (-1 star)
  • change in patient-recommendation rating over one year (+1 star)
  • change in patient-recommendation rating over two years (+1 star)
  • change in quietness rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in quietness rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in staff-responsiveness rating over one year (0 stars)
  • change in staff-responsiveness rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in summary rating over one year (+1 star)
  • change in summary rating over two years (0 stars)
  • cleanliness rating (3 stars)
  • communication-about-medicines rating (2 stars)
  • discharge-information rating (3 stars)
  • doctor-communication rating (3 stars)
  • nurse-communication rating (2 stars)
  • overall hospital rating (2 stars)
  • overall patient rating (3 stars)
  • patient recommendation rating (4 stars)
  • quietness rating (1 star)
  • staff-responsiveness rating (2 stars)
  • summary rating (3 stars)
  • median time before outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack got an ECG (8 mins)
  • median time from admit decision to time of departure from the emergency department for patients admitted to inpatient status (137 mins)
  • median time from emergency department arrival to emergency department departure for discharged patients (159 mins)
  • median time from emergency department arrival to emergency room departure for patients admitted to the hospital (280 mins)
  • median time patients spent in the emergency department before being seen by a healthcare professional (5 mins)
  • median time patients who came to the emergency department with broken bones had to wait before getting pain medication (34 mins)
  • cardiovascular outpatient procedures (309)
  • eye outpatient procedures (266)
  • gastrointestinal outpatient procedures (793)
  • genitourinary outpatient procedures (315)
  • musculoskeletal outpatient procedures (348)
  • nervous system outpatient procedures (78)
  • respiratory outpatient procedures (73)
  • skin outpatient procedures (3,249)
  • total outpatient procedures (5,733)

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