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    Treatment of Heart Attack - Quality Report

    Heart Attack - Mills-Peninsula Health Services

    Timely and proper intervention can dramatically improve heart attack survival rates. Below are some of the key areas that medical experts focus on when treating patients who have a heart attack. Each of these actions is important to minimize damage to the heart, or help patients live well after they leave the hospital.

    • Aspirin given at arrival
      MPHS - 100%
      U.S. Avg. 99%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • Aspirin given at diMPHSarge
      MPHS - 100%
      U.S. Avg. - 99%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • ACE Inhibitor/ARB given for LVSD
      MPHS - 100%
      U.S. Avg. - 96%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • Adult smoking cessation advice/counseling
      MPHS - 100%
      U.S. Avg. - 100%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • Beta Blocker given at diMPHSarge
      MPHS - 100%
      U.S. Avg. - 98%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • Fibrinolytic Medication given within 30 minutes of arrival
      NA
      U.S. Avg. - 58%
      Top U.S. Performance - 100%
    • PCI (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention within 90 minutes
      MPHS - 83%
      U.S. Avg. - 91%
      Top U.S. Performance - 99%
    Mills-Peninsula Health Services (MPHS)
    Data Source:
    Data from MIDAS DataVision (and provided to CMS), January 2011 to December 2011
    U.S. Average
    Data Source:CMS Hospital Compare, 2009Q4 to 2010Q3
    Our goal is to perform among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide.
    Data Source:CMS Hospital Compare, 2009Q4 to 2010Q3

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