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CareLuminate Quality and Safety Report

Scott County Hospital

201 ALBERT AVENUE
SCOTT CITY, KS
(620) 872-5811

Patient 
Recommendation

Above Average: Top 50%

Patient Feedback

Nurse Feedback

Registered Nurse Feedback

72%
Above Average: Top 50%

Based on 72% of 60 interviewed patients who would definitely recommend this hospital. Interviews completed as part of HCAHPS patient feedback surveys. Public data not collected by CareLuminate.

Estimated Nurse Recommendation
73%

of Nurses Recommend to Their Loved Ones

CareLuminate does not have nurse interviews for this hospital currently, but is estimating the Nurse Recommendation Score based on the strong relationship between patient feedback and nurse feedback.

How Does CareLuminate Estimate The Nurse Recommendation Score?

With over 1,000 nurses having participated with CareLuminate to date, we have found that the relationship between hospital patient recommendation ratings and nurse recommendation ratings is very strong (p<.001, R-squared = .42). 

While the two ratings are often similar, the comments from nurses are extremely important because they show an important 'inside view' into strengths or concerns in a hospital. CareLuminate is working towards offering nurse insights into every hospital in the US. 

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Nurses Say it Straight

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Nurses Say it Straight

These comments are not from nurses at Scott County Hospital but are instead nurse comments from hospitals with a similar size and quality ratings for illustration of what feedback from nurses at a hospital of this size and quality might be.

Excellent handling of stroke patients in the Emergency Department, but delays and lower quality care in med-surg floors.

Very comfortable for family in ER, but strongly urge going somewhere else for higher level of care.

Limited services. Room for improvement. Not recommended. Great for Strokes and ICU, but not ER.

Better care in ICU/critical care, new grads in med/surg, low staffing ratios affect quality of care.

Great nurses, poor management, staffing issues, recommend other hospitals, lack of specialty doctors.

Highly recommend hospital, especially cardiology department. Shortage of staff, but not as dire as it seems.

Hospitals aren't what you think they are, the reality is quite complex.

Definitely recommend hospital, good quality care with competent nurses and doctors implementing evidence-based practices.

Good hospital, not recommended for ED due to lack of support staff. Other hospitals have more resources for safe patient care.

Nurses Say it Straight

These comments are not from nurses at Scott County Hospital but are instead nurse comments from hospitals with a similar size and quality ratings for illustration of what feedback from nurses at a hospital of this size and quality might be.

Excellent handling of stroke patients in the Emergency Department, but delays and lower quality care in med-surg floors.

Very comfortable for family in ER, but strongly urge going somewhere else for higher level of care.

Limited services. Room for improvement. Not recommended. Great for Strokes and ICU, but not ER.

Better care in ICU/critical care, new grads in med/surg, low staffing ratios affect quality of care.

Great nurses, poor management, staffing issues, recommend other hospitals, lack of specialty doctors.

Highly recommend hospital, especially cardiology department. Shortage of staff, but not as dire as it seems.

Hospitals aren't what you think they are, the reality is quite complex.

Definitely recommend hospital, good quality care with competent nurses and doctors implementing evidence-based practices.

Good hospital, not recommended for ED due to lack of support staff. Other hospitals have more resources for safe patient care.

Excellent care, challenges with staffing, transfer to OHSU for surgery.

Summary of Hospital-Reported Data

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services requires hospitals to collect and report on hospital quality and patient satisfaction data. While the data can be dated (collected 1 to 4 years ago) the insights are an important view into hospital safety and quality. We looked through all of this data, and here is our summary of what we found:

Scott County Hospital offers a standard level of care based on the CMS HCAHPS ratings and quality data. The hospital demonstrates average mortality rates across all measured conditions. It notably excels in providing prompt emergency care, with an ER wait and treatment time of less than two hours. However, the hospital faces challenges in effectively treating conditions such as heart failure, resulting in comparatively higher readmission rates.

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