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Mills-Peninsula Medical Center received top honors – the Gold Award – in the 2015 survey of Bay Area Parent readers. Bay Area Parent named Mills-Peninsula Medical Center as the Best Hospital on the Peninsula and voted the Mills-Peninsula Birth Center as the Best Birth Center on the Peninsula.
“We are so pleased to be selected as best hospital and best birth center on the Peninsula by Bay Area Parent readers,” said Janet Wagner, Mills-Peninsula Health Services CEO. “It is especially gratifying to receive recognition from our community for the extraordinary care our physicians, nurses and staff provide to our patients every day.”
Four hospitals within the Sutter Health network achieved recognition today as among the best hospitals in California for 2015-16 by U.S. News & World Report. The annual rankings rate top hospitals in the state and in major metropolitan regions, as well as top hospitals according to their performance in 16 adult specialties.
Mills-Peninsula Health Services today announced that it is completing the sale of the Mills-Peninsula Skilled Nursing operations, located at 1609 Trousdale Drive in Burlingame, to Plum Healthcare Group, LLC. The California Department of Public Health granted an operating license to Plum Healthcare Group, and transfer of ownership will take place on June 30. The new entity will be called Peninsula Post-Acute.
“The guiding principle for the sale of our skilled nursing facility has been to ensure quality services will continue to be available in our community,” said Dolores Gomez, Mills-Peninsula Health Services chief operating officer. “This move is part of an ongoing effort to concentrate resources on services our hospital is best positioned to provide, reduce costs and be more affordable to our acute care patients.” Read More about Mills-Peninsula to Sell Skilled Nursing Operations to Plum Healthcare Group
For the fifth year in a row, Mills-Peninsula Health Services has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Stroke Gold Plus award for high-quality stroke care. The award recognizes Mills-Peninsula for treating stroke patients with 85 percent or higher compliance to American Heart Association/American Stroke Association standards of care for at least two consecutive years and achieving 75 percent or higher compliance with five of eight stroke quality measures in the Get With The Guidelines program.
Today, Mills-Peninsula Medical Center announced it is a recipient of Healthgrades 2015 America’s 50 Best Hospitals Award™. The distinction places Mills-Peninsula among the top 1 percent of nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide for its consistent, year-over-year superior clinical performance as measured by Healthgrades.
Mills-Peninsula earned the recognition by achieving clinical outcomes that are better than expected across the majority of conditions and procedures performed from 2011 to 2013 consistently, year after year.
With heart attack, every second counts. Call 9-1-1 at first signs.
Mills-Peninsula Health Services, the San Mateo County Health System and the Hospital Consortium of San Mateo County are joining forces to promote a new countywide campaign aimed at raising public awareness of heart attack symptoms and the importance of immediately dialing 9-1-1 if they, or a loved one, experience symptoms.
The campaign is designed to make everyone aware of the symptoms of a heart attack, which are not always as dramatic they are portrayed in the media. Experiencing any of these symptoms may be an indication of a heart attack:
Support Advances Adolescent Behavioral Health Services Pilot in Four Bay Area Counties
The John & Marcia Goldman Foundation has granted the Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation $100,000 in support of an innovative pilot program that screens adolescents for behavioral health problems and helps them get treatment. The comprehensive Adolescent Behavioral Health (ABH) program addresses the epidemic of untreated behavioral health conditions among adolescents. The program is available to patients who receive their primary care through the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF), a regional partner of Mills-Peninsula Health Services. The two affiliates of the Sutter Health network are working together to expand behavioral health care services for adolescents in primary care settings. ABH is a five-year demonstration project, officially launched in January 2014, to address issues of a severely fragmented behavioral health system in a proactive, systematic way.