Date Published: 2021-09-26
Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Jupiter Medical Center, Delray Medical Center and Wellington Regional Medical Center received an A in the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Level of Leapfrog Group in the spring of 2019. The title recognizes the hospital's efforts to protect patients from harm and provide safer medical care. Related: Palm Beach County 2030: More patients than ever, more provider options Leah Binder, President and CEO of Leapfrog Group, said in a statement: “It is recognized as an A-rated hospital nationwide and an achievement that the entire community should be proud of.” “Hospitals that have received A-rated ratings will be protected. Protecting patients from preventable medical injuries and errors is a priority. We congratulate hospital leaders, board members, employees, volunteers, and clinicians for their hard work to obtain this A."
Leapfrog Group is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality and safety of healthcare for consumers and buyers. The safety level is based on the hospital’s performance in preventing medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections, and other injuries to the patients under care, assigning A, B, C, D, or F levels to hospitals across the country. The grade is assigned to more than 2,600 American acute care hospitals twice a year.
Port St. Lucie is often seen by residents of South Florida as a potential relocation area for those seeking a lower cost of living and a quieter lifestyle
Los residentes del sur de Florida a menudo ven a Port St. Lucie como un área de reubicación potencial para aquellos que buscan un costo de vida más bajo y un estilo de vida más tranquilo