Hospital Profiles

0510_Medical

Dallas Medical Center

7 Medical Parkway
Dallas, TX 75234
972-247-8023
www.mhatx.org

Methodist Hospital for Surgery

South of Trinity Mills Road & north of Sojourn Drive between Dallas Parkway and Addison Road.
214-947-4602 (Kathleen Beathard, VP Marketing & PR)
www.methodisthealthsystem.org

Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton

4343 N. Josey Ln.
Carrollton, TX 75010
972-492-1010
www.baylorhealth.com

Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano

4700 Alliance Blvd.
Plano, TX 75093
469-814-2000
www.baylorhealth.com

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

6200 West Parker Rd.
Plano, TX 75093
972-981-8000
www.texashealth.org

Medical City Dallas

MEDICAL CITY DALLAS HOSPITAL
7777 FOREST LANE
DALLAS, TX 75230

 

SHORT TERM SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES

Services provided by MEDICAL CITY DALLAS HOSPITAL:

  • Activities services are provided onsite to residents
  • Clinical laboratory services are provided onsite to residents
  • Dental services are provided offsite to residents
  • Dental services are provided onsite to residents
  • Dietary services are provided onsite to residents
  • Housekeeping services are provided onsite to residents
  • Mental health services are provided offsite to residents
  • Mental health services are provided onsite to residents
  • Nursing services are provided offsite to residents
  • Nursing services are provided onsite to residents
  • Occupational therapy services are provided onsite to residents
  • Field 1 – Indicates other activity services provided by staff onsite to residents
  • Field 3 – Indicates services provided by other social services staff offsite to residents
  • Pharmacy services are provided onsite to residents
  • Physician extender services are provided offsite to residents
  • Physical therapy services are provided onsite to residents
  • Physician services are provided offsite to residents
  • Physician services are provided onsite to residents
  • Podiatry services are provided onsite to residents
  • Social work services are provided onsite to residents
  • Speech/language pathology services are provided onsite to residents
  • Vocational services are provided offsite to residents
  • Diagnostic xray services are provided offsite to residents

 

Beds – Total (Total number of beds in a facility, including those in non-Participating or non-licensed areas): 17

Beds – Total certified (Number of beds in Medicare and/or Medicaid certified areas within a facility): 17

Lpn/lvn – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent licensed practical/ vocational nurses employed by a facility on a full time basis): 4.11

Registered nurse – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent registered nurses employed by a facility on a full time basis): 6.81

Change of ownership counter (The number of times a change of ownership (chow) has taken place for a particular provider): 4

Prior change of ownership (The date of a prior change of ownership): Jun 1997

Program participation (Indicates if the provider participates in Medicare, Medicaid, or both programs): MEDICARE ONLY

Related provider number (This field is used when a provider’s facility contains more than one distinct provider,such as a hospital with distinct part long term care. the number in this field will be the provider nmbr of the highest level of care): 450647

Administrator – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent administrative staff employed on a full time basis by a facility): 1.14

Beds – Medicare snf (Number of Medicare certified snf beds in a facility): 17

Cert nurse aides – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent certified nurse aides employed by a facility on a full time basis): 2.93

Dietitians – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent dietitians employed by a facility on a part time basis): 0.71

Food service – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent food service personnel employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.14

Housekeeping – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent housekeeping personnel employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.14

Medical director – Contract (The number of full-time equivalent medical directors under contrcat to a facility): 0.11

Multi-Facility organization name (The name of the multi-Facility organization that owns the facility): HCA THE HEALTH CARE COMPANY

Multi-Facility organization owned (Indicates if a facility is owned by an organization that owns (or leases) two or more nursing facilities): Yes

Nurses with admin duties-Full time (The number of full-time equivalent nurses with administrative duties employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.71

Occupational therapist – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent occupational therapists employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.14

Organized family group (Indicates if the facility has an organized group of family members of residents): Yes

Organized resident group (Indicates if the facility has an organized residents group): Yes

Pharmacists – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent pharmacists employed by a facility on a part time basis): 0.43

Physical therapists – Full time (The number of full time equivalent physical therapists employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.14

Physical therapy aide – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent physical therapy aide employed by a facility on a part time basis): 0.29

Registered nurse – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent registered nurses employed by a facility on a part time basis): 2.14

Rn director of nursing – Full time (The number of full-time equivalent rn director of nursing employed by a facility on a full time basis): 1.14

Social worker – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent social workers employed by a facility on a part time basis): 0.57

Speech pathologist – Part time (The number of full-time equivalent speech pathologists employed by a facility on a part time basis): 0.57

Ther rec spec – Part time (Number of part-time staff hours provided by therapeutic recreation specialist): 0.43

Compliance: status (Indicates if a provider or supplier is in compliance with program requirements): NOT IN COMPLIANCE

Current survey date (The date of the health or life safety code survey, whichever is later. the “official” survey date for the provider): Apr 2002

Eligibility code (Indicates if a facility is eligible to participate in the Medicare and/or Medicaid programs): ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE

Participation date (The date a facility is first approved to provide Medicare and/or Medicaid services): Jun 1994
Quality Measure Score

  HereState AverageNation Average
Heart Attack Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB for Left Ventricular Systolic
Dysfunction (LVSD)
   89% 88% 85%
Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Arrival   98% 92% 93%
Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Discharge   98% 88% 90%
Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Arrival   91% 86% 88%
Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Discharge   97% 89% 91%
Heart Attack Patients Given PCI Within 90 Minutes Of Arrival   52% 56% 60%
Heart Attack Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice/Counseling   96% 92% 91%

 

  HereState AverageNation Average
Heart Failure Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB for Left Ventricular
Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)
   96% 85% 84%
Heart Failure Patients Given Discharge Instructions   67% 66% 66%
Heart Failure Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice/Counseling   92% 86% 86%
Heart Failure Patients Given an Evaluation of Left Ventricular Systolic
(LVS) Function
   96% 84% 85%

 

  HereState AverageNation Average
Pneumonia Patients Assessed and Given Influenza Vaccination   68% 78% 75%
Pneumonia Patients Assessed and Given Pneumococcal Vaccination   68% 77% 75%
Pneumonia Patients Given Initial Antibiotic(s) within 6 Hours After Arrival   98% 93% 93%
Pneumonia Patients Given Oxygenation Assessment   99% 100% 99%
Pneumonia Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice/Counseling   83% 86% 84%
Pneumonia Patients Given the Most Appropriate Initial Antibiotic(s)   90% 84% 86%
Pneumonia Patients Whose Initial Emergency Room Blood Culture Was Performed
Prior To The Administration Of The First Hospital Dose Of Antibiotics
   92% 90% 90%

 

  HereState AverageNation Average
Surgery Patients Who Received Preventative Antibiotic(s) One Hour Before
Incision
   83% 74% 82%
Surgery Patients Who Received Treatment To Prevent Blood Clots Within 24
Hours Before or After Selected Surgeries to Prevent Blood Clots
   66% 69% 75%
Surgery Patients Who Received the Appropriate Preventative Antibiotic(s)
for Their Surgery
   85% 86% 90%
Surgery Patients Whose Doctors Ordered Treatments to Prevent Blood Clots
(Venous Thromboembolism) For Certain Types of Surgeries
   90% 74% 79%
Surgery Patients Whose Preventative Antibiotic(s) are Stopped Within 24
hours After Surgery
   73% 74% 78%

Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers & Systems Survey

How do patients rate the hospital overall?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Patients who gave a rating of 9 or 10 (high)   71% 62% 63%
Patients who gave a rating of 7 or 8 (medium)   20% 25% 26%
Patients who gave a rating of 6 or lower (low)   9% 13% 11%

How often did doctors communicate well with patients?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Doctors always communicated well   80% 80% 79%
Doctors usually communicated well   15% 15% 16%
Doctors sometimes or never communicated well   5% 5% 5%

How often did nurses communicate well with patients?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Nurses always communicated well   69% 71% 73%
Nurses usually communicated well   23% 21% 21%
Nurses sometimes or never communicated well   8% 8% 6%

How often did patients receive help quickly from hospital staff?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Patients always received help as soon as they wanted   57% 59% 60%
Patients usually received help as soon as they wanted   27% 26% 28%
Patients sometimes or never received help as soon as they wanted   16% 15% 12%

How often did staff explain about medicines before giving them to patients?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Staff always explained   56% 57% 58%
Staff usually explained   18% 18% 18%
Staff sometimes or never explained   26% 25% 24%

How often was patients’ pain well controlled?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Pain was always well controlled   65% 67% 67%
Pain was usually well controlled   27% 24% 25%
Pain was sometimes or never well controlled   8% 9% 8%

How often was the area around patients’ rooms kept quiet at night?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Always quiet at night   63% 60% 54%
Usually quiet at night   28% 28% 32%
Sometimes or never quiet at night   9% 12% 14%

How often were the patients’ rooms and bathrooms kept clean?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Room was always clean   68% 66% 68%
Room was usually clean   24% 22% 21%
Room was sometimes or never clean   8% 12% 11%

Were patients given information about what to do during their recovery at home?

  HereState AverageNation Average
Yes, staff did give patients this information   80% 78% 79%
No, staff did not give patients this information   20% 22% 21%

Would patients recommend the hospital to friends and family?

  HereState AverageNation Average
YES, patients would definitely recommend the hospital   78% 67% 67%
YES, patients would probably recommend the hospital   17% 26% 27%
NO, patients would not recommend the hospital (they probably would not
or definitely would not recommend it)
   5% 7% 6%
Average Medicare PaymentAngioplasty Procedures and Insertion of Drug Coated Stent into Heart Artery: $12690
Back & Neck Operations Except Back or Neck Fusion: $5103
Back & Neck Operations Except Back or Neck Fusion with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $7997
Back Fusion to Join Spine Bones, not Neck: $15720
Back Fusion to Join Spine Bones, not Neck, with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $44765
Chest Pain: $3283
Chronic Lung Disease: $5621
Diabetes in Adults: $4298
Female Reproductive System Reconstructive Operations: $4189
Gallbladder Removal By Laparoscope: $8059
Gallbladder Removal Except By (non) Laparoscope with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $26159
Gallbladder Removal by Laparoscope with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $10014
Head and Neck Blood Vessel Operations: $5885
Heart Attack with Major Complications: $8824
Heart Attack without Complications: $5561
Heart Bypass Surgery: $21902
Heart Bypass Surgery with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $31997
Heart Failure: $6483
Heart Valve Operations: $40192
Hernia Operations in Adults: $6305
Hernia Operations in Adults with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $7841
Insertion of Heart Defibrillator: $35874
Insertion of Heart Defibrillator with Examination of Heart through a Catheter: $45909
Kidney and Bladder Operations for Cancer: $13718
Kidney and Bladder Operations with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $17043
Major Arm & Shoulder Operations with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $6306
Major Heart and Blood Vessel Procedures with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $31760
Major Small & Large Intestine Operations: $8970
Minor Small and Large Bowel Procedures With Complications: $27172
Neck Fusion to Join Bones with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $77058
Other Bladder Operations Via the Urethra with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $9298
Other Bone, Joint & Organ Operations with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $11159
Other Kidney & Urinary Tract Operations: $13756
Pacemaker Implant: $13312
Pneumonia and Pleurisy in Adults With Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $5919
Removal of Prostate Via Urethra: $3296
Removal of Prostate Via Urethra with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $5612
Repair of Previous Hip or Knee Replacement: $16531
Replacement of Hip, Knee or Ankle or Reattachment of Thigh, Foot or Ankle: $11662
Sample of Bone Removed for Evaluation of Cancer, Infections or Other Bone Disorders: $11024
Stomach & Esophagus Operations in Adults with Complications or Preexisting Conditions: $33132
Two or More Hip, Knee or Ankle Operations: $18310
Uterus & Ovary Operations: $4686

Sample profile

Identification and Characteristics
Last updated 06/01/2007. Definitions

Name and Address:

SAMPLE HOSPITAL
SOMEWHERE
ST LOUIS, MO  63140

Telephone number:

(606) 555-1212

Hospital Website:

www.samplehospital.org

Provider Number:

123456

Type of Facility:

Short Term Acute Care

Type of Control:

Voluntary Nonprofit, Other

Health Care System:

Sample HealthCare
Santa Fe, NM
www.samplehospital.org

General Med/Surg Beds:

1,019

Special Care Beds:

113

Total Employees:

7,575

Total Discharges:

49,117

Total Patient Days:

272,903

Total Patient Revenue:

$2,207,350,643

County (FIPS code):

MO510 – Santa Fe, NM

CBSA (formerly MSA):

41180 – Santa Fe, NM

Longitude / Latitude:

87° E / 40° N

Fiscal Intermediary:

Mutual of Omaha

Urban / Rural Designation:

Urban

Medicare Certified Beds:

1,737

N O T E S

Map data ©2010 Google – Terms of Use

Map

Satellite

Hybrid

Key Contacts
Contact information is copyright SK&A and is not included in downloads of this page.
(SK&A contact information last updated 02/02/2010.)

CEO / President / Administrator:

Sherman T. PotterThe Most Comprehensive Lists &
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CFO / Financial Manager:

Franklin D. Burns

CIO / IT Manager:

John Francis Xavier McIntyre

CNO / Director Nursing:

H.L. Houlihan

CMO / Chief of Staff:

Dr. Benjamin F. Pierce

Purchasing / Materials Manager:

Walter Eugene O’Reilly


Components (Medicare Certified)

NPI information last updated 01/11/2010 / Definitions

Type of ComponentProvider
Number
Medicare
Payment System
Medicaid
Payment System
CertifiedNPI
Hospital260032PPSOther1234567890
Subprovider26S032TEFRAOther0987654321
Hospital-Based SNF265439PPSOther0102030405
Hospital-Based NF265439Other9080706050


Associated NPIs

NPI information last updated 01/11/2010 / Definitions

NPINameAddressTelephone
1234567890Sample Hospital Home Health Agency123 Fake St.(123) 555-1234


Group Purchasing Organizations
Last updated 02/10/2010 / Definitions

Group Purchasing Organization (primary):Novation
125 E John Carpenter Freeway, Irving 75062
http://www.novationco.com
Group Purchasing Organization (secondary):VHA Inc
220 E Las Colinas Blvd, Irving 75039
http://www.vha.com


Acute Utilization Statistics by Payor

Definitions

Beds

Revenue

Inpatient Days

Medicare

Medicaid

Other

Total

Routine Services

1,019

$195,622,128

94,490

24,485

109,001

227,976

Intensive Care Unit

29

$15,553,575

3,945

1,359

4,045

9,349

Coronary Intensive Care

15

$7,405,746

2,138

375

1,967

4,480

Burn Intensive Care

0

$0

0

0

0

0

Surgical Intensive Care

24

$12,325,238

2,375

944

3,788

7,107

Psychiatric Intensive Care

0

$0

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Pediatric Intensive Care

0

$0

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Neonatal Intensive Care

45

$21,179,759

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Trauma Intensive Care

0

$0

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Detox Intensive Care

0

$0

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Premature Intensive Care

0

$0

4,923

1,161

6,389

12,473

Nursery

0

$5,181,811

N/A

1,706

9,812

11,518

Total Acute

1,132

$257,268,257

107,871

30,030

135,002

272,903

 

Discharges / ALOS / ADC

Medicare

Medicaid

Other

Total

Discharges

18,226

5,441

25,450

49,117

Average Length of Stay

5.9

5.5

5.3

5.6

Average Daily Census

295.5

82.3

369.9

747.7

 


Other Utilization Statistics by Payor

Beds

Revenue

Inpatient Days

Medicare

Medicaid

Other

Total

Psychiatric Subprovider

61

$11,515,391

10,542

2,742

5,341

18,625

Rehabilitation Subprovider

0

$0

0

0

0

0

Other Special Care Sub

0

$0

0

0

0

0

Skilled Nursing (SNF) Unit

60

$0

14,451

0

3,255

17,706

Nursing (NF)

10

$529,739

N/A

1,978

1,608

3,586

Swing Beds – SNF

N/A

N/A

0

0

0

0

Swing Beds – NF

N/A

N/A

N/A

0

0

0

Total Other

131

$12,045,130

N/A

0

0

0

Total Complex

1,263

$269,313,387

N/A

0

0

0

 

Gross Patient Revenue

Medicare

Medicaid

Other

Total

Total Hospital Patient Revenue

519,640,172

294,941,000

1,000,491,966

1,520,132,138


Estimated Patient Volumes

Definitions

Inpatient Surgeries:

17,800

Outpatient Surgeries:

42,400

Births:

3,400

Outpatient Visits:

881,900

Emergency Room (Not Admitted):

20,000

Emergency Room (Admitted):

20,400


Clinical Services

Definitions

Cardiovascular Services
Cardiac Cath Lab
Coronary Interventions
Cardiac Surgery
Vascular Surgery
Vascular Intervention Emergency Services
Emergency Department
ACS/COT Approved TraumaNeurosciences
Electroencephalography (EEG)
Sleep Studies Oncology Services
Radiation Therapy
Chemotherapy
ACS/CoC Approved Cancer Program

Organ Transplant (Medicare certified)
Heart (3/21/95)
Intestinal (11/2/98)
Kidney (8/10/87)
Liver (3/21/95)
Lung (4/2/98)
Pancreas (7/1/99)

Orthopedic Services
Arthroscopy
Joint Replacement
Spine Surgery

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging
Computed Tomography (CT)
Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA)
Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography (SPECT)Rehabilitation Therapies
Speech Therapy
Physical TherapyWound Care
Hyperbaric Oxygen
Wound CareOther Services
Hemodialysis
Home Health
Hospice
Inpatient Surgery
Lithrotripsy (ESWL)
Obstetrics

Subprovider Units
Psychiatric
Skilled Nursing (SNF)
Nursing Facility (NF)

Special Care
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Burn Intensive Care (BICU)
Coronary Intensive Care (CCU)
Detoxification Intensive Care
Neonatal Intensive Care
Pediatric Intensive Care
Premature Baby Intensive Care
Psychiatric Intensive Care
Surgical Intensive Care (SICU)
Trauma Intensive Care


DNV Hospital Accreditation

DNV Hospital Accreditation from DNV Healthcare Inc.
Last updated 03/30/2010 / Definitions and Terms of Use

  • Accredited for the period: 05/20/2009 – 05/20/2012


Joint Commission Accreditation

Accreditation status licensed from The Joint Commission
Last updated 08/16/2009 / Definitions and Terms of Use

  • Current Status: 02/14/2004 – Accredited

Approved Cancer Program

Approval status provided by The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Commission on Cancer (CoC) Approvals Program.
See ACS/CoC website for more / Last updated 08/17/2009 / Definitions

  • Type: NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Program

Verified Trauma Program

Verification status provided by The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) Verification Program.
See ACS/COT website for more / Last updated 08/17/2009 / Definitions

  • Type: Level I Adult

Teaching Status

Data are from multiple sources / Definitions

ACGME data are from the Graduate Medical Education Database, Copyright 2010, American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois.
See FREIDA OnLine for more / Last Updated 02/10/2010

COTH data are from the Association of American Medical Colleges / Division of Health Care Affairs / Council of Teaching Hospitals
See COTH website for more / Last Updated 08/14/2009

  • Teaching status = Yes / Number of interns and Residents = 627 FTEs (per most recent cost report)
  • Actively involved as major participant in ACGME-accredited specialty and subspecialty programs
  • Major teaching hospital; member of the Council of Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems (COTH)

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