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Check Out Latest Memphis Hospital Safety Scores

The latest Hospital Safety Scores for Memphis-area hospitals are out! Results of interest include:

  • The Regional Medical Center improved its score moving to a D.
  • Methodist North and Methodist South moved back to the Bs they have had in previous results. 
  • For the first time, Baptist Collierville had enough volume to receive it's own score, which was a C.

The rest of the scores remained the same as in Fall 2014: 

Methodist University: A
Methodist Germantown: A
 Saint Francis Memphis: A
 Saint Francis Bartlett: A
 Baptist Memphis: C
 Baptist DeSoto: C 


You can now check out all the past scores for Memphis area hospitals on the HospitalSafetyScore.org website. Select the hospital you are interested in and click "Show Past Grades".

These hospitals have received A's on all of the Hospital Safety Scores since the beginning in Spring 2012:

Methodist University

Methodist Germantown

Saint Francis Memphis


Click here to see the details on Memphis-area hospitals as well as more than 1,500 other hospitals across the country.

Posted by Cristie Travis at 9:41 AM

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