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12/03/2015
OSF Saint Anthony's Top Performer in Nation - Fourth Year in a Row!
OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center has been named one of the nations Top Performers on Key Quality Measure by The Joint Commission
11/12/2015
Saint Anthony’s Earned an ‘A’ Grade for Patient Safety in Leapfrog’s Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Score
OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center earned an A in an elite national ratings program from independent hospital watchdog The Leapfrog Group – the only hospital ...
11/10/2015
Ottawa Hospital Earns Top Honor for Safety
The Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Scores were released last month, and Ottawa’s OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center topped the list.
08/28/2015
OSF St. Joseph Recognized for Low Early Elective Delivery Rate
ILPQC recognized OSF St. Joseph Medical Center for decreasing early elective deliveries to a zero percent rate.
06/29/2015
Consumer Reports Rates OSF Saint James Safest Hospital in Illinois
In a recent study by Consumer Reports, OSF Saint James was the highest rated hospital for patient safety in the state of Illinois.
06/16/2015
OSF St. Joseph Achieves Recognition Recipient of Gynecologic Surgery Award
OSF St. Joseph today has been named to the top 10 percent of hospitals providing outstanding performance in gynecologic surgery, as measured by Healthgrades.
05/14/2015
OSF Ranked As High Performing Health System
OSF HealthCare has been ranked as one of the top performing health care systems in the country by Truven, an independent health care analytics research company.
05/04/2015
OSF Saint Paul Medical Center Awarded 5 Stars
OSF Saint Paul has received the highest mark in the new CMS 5 star rating system for hospitals.
05/01/2015
OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center Scores an "A" Grade
For the fourth year, OSF Saint Anthony's has been awarded an "A" grade in the Spring 2015 Hospital Safety Score
04/28/2015
Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait
OSF St. Joseph Medical Center earned recognition from the Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative (ILPQC) for its commitment to early elective delivery safety.