|Hospital Quality Rankings|
When it comes to treating heart attacks, pneumonia, surgery and other emergencies, you want to find the best medical care available.
To help you make these decisions, enter your ZIP code into the Hospital Ratings tool to see how hospitals in your neighborhood rank on benchmarks set out by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in four categories: Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care Improvement/Surgical Infection Prevention.
Not all hospitals are created equal. And some hospitals regularly omit important care. That’s why you want to be informed about the hospitals in your neighborhood.
A surprising number of hospitals don’t get it right.
That’s why NetDoc.com’s Hospital Ranking Tool makes it easy for consumers to get the information they need to make their health-care decisions. Hospitals are plotted on a GoogleMap and color-coded for quick reference.
NetDoc.com is an informational website for health-care professionals and consumers. Its focus is on new technologies in the medical fields and fundamental patient-care issues.
For more information see the Hospital Rankings FAQ.
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