Press release from Providence St. Joseph Health:
Four Providence hospitals in Northern California (formerly Providence St. Joseph Health) were recognized by US News & World Report as High Performing for their performance in treating a variety of commonly occurring conditions and medical procedures.
“At Providence, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients,” said Roberta Luskin-Hawk, M.D, Chief Executive for Providence in Humboldt County. “Our caregivers in Humboldt are pleased to be recognized once again for their unwavering commitment to providing personalized, compassionate care and the best outcomes for our patients.”
U.S. News generates these hospital rankings by evaluating data on nearly 5,000 hospitals with the goal of helping patients decide where to receive care. The publication focuses on a variety of specialties, procedures, and conditions and only a small minority of hospitals achieved the “high performing” distinction in these areas.
Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka and Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital in Fortuna were recognized as “high-performing” for the following procedures and/or conditions treated:
Providence St. Joseph Hospital
- Colon cancer surgery
- Heart failure
- Heart attack
- Kidney failure
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital
Other Providence hospitals recognized by US News & World Report in Northern California were Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center (Napa County) and Providence Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital (Sonoma County).
Click here learn more about the US News & World Report 2020-2021 “Best Hospital” rankings.