Hospital Ratings

To provide the safest, highest-quality care, hospitals must staff their units with appropriate expertise and have effective policies in place to manage and reduce errors. The biggest impact on patient outcomes comes from a deliberate and hospital-wide commitment to these practices. 

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey

Medication errors are the most common mistakes in hospitals, contributing to an estimated 7,000 deaths annually. Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) and bar code medication administration (BCMA) are proven ways of significantly reducing medication errors when a medication is prescribed and given to patients.

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey

Healthcare-associated infections are complications that were not present when a patient was admitted, but develop as a result of errors or accidents in the hospital. These conditions are entirely preventable, and some hospitals have made huge strides in getting to zero infections. 

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
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CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey

Research has consistently demonstrated that patients that have their high-risk surgery at a hospital and by a surgeon that have more experience with the procedure have better outcomes. The better outcomes include fewer deaths, fewer complications, and a shorter stay in the hospital. Lives can be saved and potential harms can be avoided if patients needing one of these high-risk surgeries choose a hospital that meets or exceeds Leapfrog’s minimum volume standards. 

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
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Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
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Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
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Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
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CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
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CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
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Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
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CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey
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Research has consistently demonstrated that patients that have their cancer surgery at a hospital and by a surgeon that have more experience with the procedure have better outcomes. The better outcomes include fewer deaths, fewer complications, and a shorter stay in the hospital. Lives can be saved and potential harms can be avoided if patients needing one of these cancer surgeries choose a hospital that meets or exceeds Leapfrog’s minimum volume standards. 

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
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Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
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Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
Does Not Apply
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
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CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
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CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
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Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
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CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey
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Having a baby is one of life’s most exciting experiences, and with nine months to plan, families can take the time they need to choose the best hospital for delivery. It's important to pay attention to a hospital's rate of C-sections, early elective deliveries, and episiotomy, as well as performance on standard processes of care and delivery outcomes in high-risk situations. 

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
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Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
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Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
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CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
Does Not Apply
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CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
Does Not Apply
Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
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CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey
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When children need care in a hospital, it can be a stressful experience for both the patient and their loved ones. Two indicators of the quality of a hospital’s care for their pediatric patients are the radiation doses used with pediatric patients and survey results about the experience of pediatric patients and their parents.

Select up to 3 hospitals to compare:
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center - City Campus
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Mainland Campus
Pomona, New Jersey
Bayshore Medical Center
Holmdel, New Jersey
Cape Regional Medical Center
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell
Pennington, New Jersey
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Capital Health Regional Medical Center
Trenton, New Jersey
CarePoint Health-Bayonne Medical Center
Bayonne, New Jersey
Does Not Apply
Does Not Apply
CarePoint Health-Christ Hospital
Jersey City, New Jersey
Carepoint Health-Hoboken University Medical Center
Hoboken, New Jersey
CentraState Medical Center
Freehold, New Jersey

Please note: The information on this site is derived from hospitals’ voluntary submissions of The Leapfrog Hospital Survey. All data has gone through Leapfrog's vigorous review processes to verify data accuracy. This data is derived from third parties, and accordingly Leapfrog disclaims any and all warranties with respect to this data and the Survey. Hospitals that implement these quality and safety practices have reported that their internal processes of care include safeguards that may decrease a patient’s probability of receiving poor quality and/or unsafe care. However, no specific representation is made, nor should be implied, nor shall Leapfrog be liable for any and all damages or costs with respect to the use of the data, including but not limited to for any individual patient’s potential or actual outcome by having a procedure performed at these hospitals. This data may not be republished or otherwise used for commercial purposes without the express written consent of The Leapfrog Group. 

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