City of Hope strives to give patients the best care. Everyone on our staff believes that patients and their families are their first priority. And we’re always trying to get even better.
Feedback is important to City of Hope. Patients help us improve our care. These two charts show how satisfied patients feel about our service.
Inpatient satisfaction at City of Hope is much higher than the national average. Outpatient satisfaction is greater than the average at other cancer centers.
City of Hope received both the Guardian of Excellence Award and the Beacon of Excellence Award in November, 2013. The Guardian of Excellence Award honors hospitals that have reached the 95th percentile for patient satisfaction. The award is given annually based on a single year of data. City of Hope received the former Summit Award the past four years, making this the fifth consecutive year City of Hope received this honor for its top performance.
The Beacon of Excellence Award, given to institutions that have maintained consistently high levels of excellence in patient satisfaction for three years and in employee engagement, physician engagement or clinical quality performance for two years. City of Hope was one of only 26 institutions in the nation recognized for patient satisfaction.
*C4QI = the Comprehensive Cancer Center Consortium for Quality Improvement, a group of 19 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers.
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Press Ganey has been the industry's recognized leader in health care performance improvement. Press Ganey works with more than 10,000 health care organizations nationwide, including 50% of all U.S hospitals, to improve clinical and business outcomes. Press Ganey surveys inpatients and outpatients after discharge about a variety of topics related to their stay, including general satisfaction with the hospital’s services, speediness of admission, room cleanliness and staff courtesy. Scores are then compiled, analyzed and compared with those from other facilities of similar size.