Princeton, NJ: 11.09.2018 PMC reports – Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center (PMC) has earned an “A” in patient safety from The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting safety, quality and value in health care.

PMC’s grade was announced today as part of the Fall 2018 edition of the Hospital Safety Grade, a comprehensive rating published twice annually to evaluate approximately 2,600 hospitals nationwide on how well they protect patients from preventable errors, injuries and infections.

The Leapfrog Group’s peer-reviewed rating system factors in 28 separate measures from three sources: the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS); the voluntary annual Leapfrog Hospital Survey; and patient experience surveys known as HCAHPS—or Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems.

“At PMC and throughout the Penn Medicine Princeton Health system, we are committed to delivering an exceptional patient experience and the highest quality of care that we can,” said Princeton Health President and CEO Barry S. Rabner. “We are gratified to receive another A from The Leapfrog Group.”

In addition to its A grade from The Leapfrog Group, PMC is recognized as a Best Regional Hospital in central New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report, ranking as a top 10 hospital in New Jersey and a top 20 hospital in the entire New York metropolitan region in the magazine’s 2018-2019 hospital ratings. PMC also has achieved Magnet® status, the highest institutional recognition available for nursing excellence.

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