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Preventing and Responding to Patient Harm

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Effective Leadership to Prevent Errors

Hospitals should take meaningful steps to raise awareness about patient safety, hold leadership accountable for reducing unsafe practices, provide resources to implement a patient safety program, and develop systems and structures to support action to improve patient safety.

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Staff Work Together to Prevent Errors

Hospitals should assess their culture of safety and hold leadership accountable for implementing policies, procedures, and staff education to improve the culture of safety.

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Support for Nursing Workforce

Hospitals should assess their nursing staff levels and core competencies, included nurses in leadership, and develop and implement plans to address any areas of improvement.

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Handwashing

Hospitals should regularly monitor hand hygiene practices for everyone interacting with patients, and give feedback to ensure compliance. Hospitals should foster a culture of good hand hygiene, offer training and education, and provide equipment, such as paper towels, soap dispensers, and hand sanitizer.

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Responding to Never Events

Hospitals should have a never events policy that includes all nine (9) actions that should occur following a “never event,” which includes apologizing to the patient and not charging for costs associated with the never event. 

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Medication Safety

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Safe Medication Administration

Hospitals should have nurses and other clinicians use BCMA in all medical/surgical units, intensive care units, and labor and delivery units to scan the patient and medication prior to administration at least 95% of the time. The BCMA system includes decision support to prevent errors and the hospital has processes to prevent workarounds.

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Safe Medication Ordering

Hospitals should enter at least 85% of inpatient medication orders through the CPOE system.

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Medication Reconciliation

Hospitals should have a rate of unintentional medication discrepancies per medication that is lower than or equal to the 50th percentile (where lower performance is better) nationally.

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Medication Documentation for Elective Outpatient Surgery Patients

Hospitals should document 90% or more of home medications, visit medications, and allergies/adverse reaction(s) in the patients’ clinical record.

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Healthcare Associated Infections

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Infection in the Blood

Hospitals should have fewer than expected central-line associated blood stream infections. 

Leapfrog uses a standardized infection ratio (SIR) calculated by the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to compare the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given various factors. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected.

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Infection in the Urinary Tract

Hospitals should have fewer than expected catheter-associated urinary tract infections. 

Leapfrog uses a standardized infection ratio (SIR) calculated by the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to compare the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given various factors. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected.

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C. difficile Infection

Hospitals should have fewer than expected colon infections from C. diff bacteria.

Leapfrog uses a standardized infection ratio (SIR) calculated by the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to compare the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given various factors. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected.

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MRSA Infection

Hospitals should have fewer than expected antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.

Leapfrog uses a standardized infection ratio (SIR) calculated by the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to compare the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given various factors. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected.

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Surgical Site Infection After Colon Surgery

Hospitals should have fewer than expected surgical site infections after major colon surgery.

Leapfrog uses a standardized infection ratio (SIR) calculated by the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to compare the number of infections that actually happened at this hospital to the number of infections expected for this hospital, given various factors. A number lower than one means fewer infections than expected; a number more than one means more infections than expected.

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Maternity Care

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Cesarean Sections

This is defined as first-time mothers giving birth to a single baby, at full-term, in the head-down position deliver their babies through a C-section. Hospitals should have a rate of C-sections of 23.6% or less.

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Early Elective Deliveries

This is defined as mothers being scheduled for cesarean sections or medication inductions prior to 39 weeks gestation without a medical reason. Hospitals should have a rate of early elective deliveries of 5% or less.

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Episiotomies

This is defined as mothers having an incision made in the perineum (the birth canal) during childbirth. Hospitals should have a rate of episiotomies of 5% or less.

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Screening Newborns for Jaundice Before Discharge

Hospitals should screen at least 90% of babies for jaundice.

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Preventing Blood Clots in Women Undergoing Cesarean Section

At least 90% of women undergoing a cesarean section receive treatment to prevent blood clots.

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High-Risk Deliveries

Hospitals should deliver at least 50 very-low birth weight babies per year OR the hospital must maintain a lower-than-average morbidity/mortality rate for very-low birth weight babies.

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Pediatric Care

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Experience of Children and Their Parents

Hospitals should perform better than most hospitals in five (5) areas:

  1. Communication with Parent – Communication about your child’s medicines
  2. Communication with Parent – Keeping you informed about your child’s care
  3. Communication with Child – How well nurses communicate with your child
  4. Communication with Child – How well doctors communicate with your child
  5. Attention to Safety and Comfort – Preventing mistakes and helping you report concerns.

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Radiation Dose for Abdomen/Pelvis Scans

Hospitals should use a CT radiation dose for routine CT scans of the abdomen and pelvis that falls within national benchmarks.

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Radiation Dose for Head Scans

Hospitals should have an average radiation dose for routine CT scans of the head that falls within national benchmarks.

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Critical Care

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Specially Trained Doctors Care for Critical Care Patients

Hospitals should have intensivists present on-site at least eight hours a day, seven days per week or has intensivists present via 24/7 telemedicine with some on-site intensivist presence. When not in the ICU, the intensivist immediately responds to calls and has another physician or trained clinician who can immediately reach the patient.

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Complex Adult and Pediatric Surgery

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Carotid Artery Surgery

Hospitals should perform at least 20 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 10 procedures annually. 

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Mitral Valve Repair and Replacement

Hospitals should perform at least 40 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 20 procedures annually. In addition, hospitals should participate in a national clinical registry and achieve the same or better outcomes when compared to others who also perform this procedure.

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Open Aortic Procedures

Hospitals should perform at least 10 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 7 procedures annually.

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Bariatric Surgery for Weight Loss

Hospitals should perform at least 50 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 20 procedures annually.

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Esophageal Resection for Cancer

Hospitals should perform at least 20 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 7 procedures annually. 

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Lung Resection for Cancer

Hospitals should perform at least 40 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 15 procedures annually.

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Pancreatic Resection for Cancer

The hospital performs at least 20 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensures that each surgeon performs at least 10 procedures annually. 

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Rectal Cancer Surgery

Hospitals should perform at least 16 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 6 procedures annually.

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Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Hospitals should perform at least 50 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 25 procedures annually.

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Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Hospitals should perform at least 50 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 25 procedures annually.

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Congenital Heart Surgery for Infants (Norwood Procedure)

Hospitals should perform at least 8 procedures annually, and as part of their process for privileging surgeons, ensure that each surgeon performs at least 5 procedures annually.

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Care for Elective Outpatient Surgery Patients

Measure nameLeapfrog’s StandardHospital’s Progress
Elective Outpatient Surgery Recovery Staffing - Adult

Hospitals should ensure that a specially certified clinician and at least one physician or nurse anesthetist are present and immediately available while an adult patient is present until discharge.

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Elective Outpatient Surgery Recovery Staffing - Pediatric

Hospitals should ensure that a specially certified clinician and at least one physician or nurse anesthetist are present and immediately available while a pediatric patient is present until discharge.

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Safe Surgery Checklist - Elective Outpatient Surgery

Hospitals should go through all the elements of a complete safe surgery checklist on all patients every time a procedure is performed.

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Experience of Patients Undergoing Elective Outpatient Surgery

Hospitals should perform better than most on four (4) areas including: (a) facilities and staff (b) communication about the procedure, (c) patients’ overall rating of the facility, and (d) patients willingness to recommend the facility.

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Granville Medical Center

1010 College Street
Oxford, North Carolina 27565-2507

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Granville Health System - Oxford, NC

Granville Health System is a mental health facility in Oxford, NC, located at 1012 College Street, 27565 zip code. Granville Health System offers Outpatient treatment. Granville Health System provides Cognitive behavioral therapy, Individual psychotherapy and Couples/family therapy. It specializes in treatment of Children/adolescents, Adults and Seniors 65 or older. Some other services provided by Granville Health System include Diet and exercise counseling, Court-ordered outpatient treatment and Family psychoeducation.

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Address: 1012 College Street, Oxford, NC 27565

Phone #: (888) 363-2855

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  2. Service Setting
  3. Facility Type
  4. Treatment Approaches
  5. Who Operates This Facility
  6. Payments and Insurance Accepted
  7. Ancillary Services
  8. Tobacco/Screening Services
  9. Smoking Policy
  10. Age Groups Accepted
  11. Language Services

Here are the full facility listing details on Granville Health System in Oxford, NC:

Care Offered

Service Setting

Facility Type

  • Outpatient mental health facility

Treatment Approaches

  • Activity therapy
  • Behavior modification
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Couples/family therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Integrated dual diagnosis disorder treatment
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Psychotropic medication
  • Trauma therapy

Who Operates This Facility

  • a Private non-profit organization

Payments and Insurance Accepted

  • County or local government funds
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military insurance (e.g., TRICARE)
  • Private health insurance
  • State corrections or juvenile justice funds
  • Cash or self-payment
  • State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid
  • State welfare or child and family services funds
  • U.S. Department of VA funds

Ancillary Services

  • Chronic disease/illness management
  • Court-ordered outpatient treatment
  • Diet and exercise counseling
  • Family psychoeducation
  • Housing services
  • Illness management and recovery
  • Suicide prevention services

Tobacco/Screening Services

  • Screening for tobacco use
  • Smoking/tobacco cessation counseling

Smoking Policy

Age Groups Accepted

  • Adults
  • Children/adolescents
  • Seniors (65 or older)
  • Young adults

Language Services

  • Services for the deaf and hard of hearing
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Granville Medical Center

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Accepted Insurance

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Specialties

Additional Specialties: Internal Medicine

Services

Location & Hours

Main Location

1010 College St

Oxford, NC 27565

Location
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Hours

Payment

Payment Method
discover, amex, master card, visa

Other Information

Other Links

https://www.ghshospital.org/services/outpatient-services/emergency-department

http://ghshospital.org

http://granvillemedical.org

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Categories
Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Physical Therapists, Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Internal Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General
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Specialties: Internal Medicine

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Granville Medical Center Ratings

COLLEGE ST BOX 947
Oxford, NC 27565
Phone: (919) 690-3000

Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
Emergency Services: YES




Contents:
Quality of Care- Infectious Diseases- ER Wait Time- Patient Ratings



Quality of Care - Mortality Rate

How well does Granville Medical Center save lives? 4% better than the national average, based on the overall mortality rate for critical illnesses.
Mortality Rate
Heart Attack15%
Heart Failure11%
Pneumonia11%


Infectious Disease at Granville Medical Center

Drug resistant bacteria are becoming the largest health facing the United States. There are an increasing number of drug resistant bacteria, including: drug resistant bacteria due primarily to unnecessary and mis-applied use among humans and livestock, patients with hospitalizations for relatively minor reasons can suddenly face lifethreatening illness.

While many hospitals are implementing questionable flu vaccinations1for their employees, many fewer have as rigorous solutions for nosocomial MDR infections.

Infectious DiseaseCases
C. Diff
Sickens more than a half million people each year and has a 17% mortality rate after one year2
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MRSA
Causes life-threatening bloodstream infections, pneumonia and surgical site infections. Mortality rates may be as high as 20%3
0


Emergency Room Wait Time Ratings

Time until initial exam: 0h 25m

Non-critical caseswhere patient is discharged have total visit time of 2 hour and 24 minutes

Serious caseswhere patients are admitted have 2 hour and 48 minutesto be admitted, then an additional 1 hour and 35 minutesdelay before leaving to their room.



Patient Ratings

While customer satisfaction surveys don't necessarily reflect the quality of care provided at the hospital, it can identify some areas that are important standards to maintain, such as managing pain and maintaining a sanitary environment.

Overall Rating: AVERAGE

Granville Medical Center4.6 out of 5 based on 27 ratings. 27 user reviews.



66%of patients rate the hospital excellent

Positive Patient Ratings

Some patients praise:
  • Nurses usually take time to communicate well

Negative Patient Ratings

  • Patients were often left in pain
  • Facilities are sometimes dirty




Footnotes:
1Questionable efficacy of flu vaccination
2C Diff Mortality Rate
3MRSA Mortality Rate



Granville Medical Center Stories



Oct 16, 2021, 5:49 PM
Margaret R Pardee Memorial Hospital:"Been in “ER” for over 4 hours and have not yet seen a doctor. My Tylenol wore off and my fever spiked (that’s why I am here) and my wife had to leave and go to our home to get some meds. Also, they are not offering water or any attempts to comfort patients. We have watched a man repeatedly vomiting here in the waiting room, a woman with a broken finger was refused ice and waited for over 2 hours for even an X-ray, a lady was so sick she couldn’t hold her head up sat here for at least 3 hours with no comfort. This is an inhumane experience. Senior management here at Pardee should get out of their offices and spend 4 to 6 hours here in the ER(which is a bit of a joke) "- J

Sep 14, 2021, 3:53 AM
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center:"Came in around 4:30pm. Bleeding in urine, right side of back pain with stomache cramps. 65 year old not knowledgeable of cause for bleeding. At 3:48am still in hallway of waiting room. Have not seen Dr. Still bleeding. Have changed disposable underpants 3 times from bleeding. Still waiting (Date: 9/13/2021)"- Marilyn

Sep 05, 2021, 12:28 AM
Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln:"This place sucks not professional at all when it comes to patients pouring blood in the ER .. 4&1/2 hour's and still haven't seen a Dr .. highly irritated"- Brandon

Sep 03, 2021, 6:17 PM
Brunswick Community Hospital:"Wait time is longer than that I’m in waiting room an the woman said she been waiting 4 hours this is just sad "- Amanda

Aug 30, 2021, 8:39 PM
Vidant Beaufort Hospital:"I went to the er Friday and waited about 4hours and still didn't see the doctor for a lump under my right jaw an my right arm now today went for the same thing blood pressure was was 147 over 102 got checked again it was 158 over 110 I sat n lobby for 7 hours thats my last trip going there my head was hurting so bad I went home an laid dwn an still my arm is hurting an jaw never got seen or checked out whats really going on with the staff I just don't get it they need to hire new people to get the job done pe are dying from being neglected an get sick being around others that has the covid "- Christopher


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People of Oxford, NC - Part 1

OXFORD, NC (December 13, 2018) – Granville Health System (GHS) recently held a ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled South Granville Medical Center. The building is the home of Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor as well as Granville ExpressCare and the Granville Occupational Medicine Program.

“There is a need for increased access to quality primary care in this area,” said Cristina R. Carroll, Chief Operating Officer.  “I’m pleased that our Board of Trustees made it a priority to identify proactive ways to increase access to providers and patient appointment times, as well as reducing the wait time to see a doctor.”

The remodeling project adds 6 additional exam rooms for primary care and ExpressCare providers to work collaboratively and simultaneously. These additional exam rooms allow for a considerable increase in patient visits. They also reduce waiting times for an appointment.

There will also be a dedicated area for testing and screenings offered in the occupational medicine program. These additions will help local businesses put their employees to work in a timelier fashion as it eliminates the need for travel outside of the county.

“This is just one example of how GHS will be identifying ways to continue working with local businesses in strengthening their corporate occupational medicine and wellness programs, therefore reducing their costs in providing care to their employees and their families,” said Carroll.

The funding for the project comes from the Granville Health System Foundation. The Foundation pledged $600,000 over the next few years to support this project.

“Access to care is vital to the health of our community and GHS is assuring that we will be able to continue delivering the highest quality care in the area,” said CEO John F. Snow. “We greatly appreciate the Board of Trustees and the GHS Foundation for helping us meet the future health care needs in the areas we serve.”

About Granville Health System

For more than 98 years, Granville Health System has been delivering quality health care close to home.  To meet the growing needs of its community, Granville Health System has expanded its services throughout Granville County, offering convenient access to medical care where its citizens work and live. GHS received a number of national awards, including an “A” rating in quality and patient safety for Fall 2017 from The Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit organization committed to driving quality, safety, and transparency in the U.S. health care system. The Fall 2017 score gives the Health System back to back “A” ratings. GHS also received a Hospital of Choice Award which named Granville Health System as one of the top 100 hospitals in the country four years running. GHS has also received the Community Value Index Five-Star Hospital Award, placing GHS in the top 20% of hospitals in the country in offering financial value to the communities served, while reinvesting back into facilities in order to provide for current and emerging health needs. Recently, Granville Health System was named one of the nation’s Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. The GHS main campus is located at 1010 College Street, Oxford, North Carolina. For more information about Granville Health System visit GHS online at www.ghsHospital.org.

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