Study Ranks Nevada Hospitals For Safety
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(Yonkers, NY) — Fifteen of Nevada’s 38 hospitals have been ranked for safety in a new study by “Consumer Reports.”
The magazine rated over 1100 U.S. hospitals on such factors as avoiding infections, readmissions and communication.
Las Vegas’ Southern Hills, Desert Springs and Henderson’s St. Rose Siena topped the Nevada list. St Rose San Martin in Las Vegas rated lowest.
The full rankings can be found in the August issue of “Consumer Reports.”