National Recognition

OUR COMMITMENT TO IMPROVING CARE NEVER ENDS.

Providing the best care possible for you and your family is our highest priority. St. John Broken Arrow is proud to be nationally recognized by several organizations for top-quality patient care.

Five-Star Quality Rating from CMS

St. John Broken Arrow was recently awarded a five-star rating, the highest achievement level possible, from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Of the more than 4,500 hospitals evaluated nationwide by CMS, only 293 received a five-star rating.

The hospital rating summarizes a variety of measures across seven areas of quality – including safety of care, effectiveness of care, and patient experience – into a single star rating for each hospital.

TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Silver Award

St. John Broken Arrow has received the TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Silver Award from TMF® Health Quality Institute.

TMF is the Texas Medical Foundation, a CMS Quality Improvement Organization. The TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Award program is sponsored by TMF, the Arkansas Hospital Association, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma State Office of Rural Health, Texas Hospital Association and Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals. It recognizes hospitals in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas that have undertaken quality initiatives to improve outcomes in patient care and improve their performance on specific national quality measures. This program was established in 2004 as a non-competitive recognition program designed to identify exemplary outcomes achieved by hospitals.

The 2018 TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Award program is based on achievements in 2016 and 2017. It honors hospitals that are performing quality initiatives aimed at improving outcomes in patient care by recognizing those hospitals that have improved their performance on specific national quality measures.

Out of 557 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS or Acute Care) Hospitals and 188 Critical Access Hospitals (CAH), 51 earned the TMF Hospital Quality Improvement Gold Award. The Silver Award went to 50 hospitals, and 51 hospitals earned the Bronze Award.

St. John Broken Arrow Recognized As High Performing Hospital by U.S. News & World Report

St. John Broken Arrow has been recognized as a High Performing Hospital for 2019-20 by U.S. News & World Report.

St. John Broken Arrow earned a “High Performing” rating in Hip and Knee Replacements, in recognition of care that was significantly better than the national average, as measured by factors such as patient outcomes. “High Performing” is the highest rating U.S. News awards for hip and knee replacement care.

The annual Procedures & Conditions ratings, now in their 5th year, are designed to assist patients and their doctors in making informed decisions about where to receive care for common conditions and elective procedures. These ratings extend the U.S. News mission of providing consumers with patient decision support beyond the Best Hospitals rankings, which are geared toward complex specialty care.

For the 2019-20 ratings, U.S. News evaluated more than 4,500 medical centers nationwide in nine procedures and conditions. Fewer than a third of all hospitals received any high-performing rating, and only 57 earned this rating in all nine Procedures & Conditions. The state and metro area rankings recognize hospitals that received high performing ratings across multiple areas of care.

St. John Broken Arrow Earns PRC Excellence in Healthcare Awards

Professional Research Consultants, a leader in healthcare marketing and research for over 35 years,  presented St. John Broken Arrow with the following 2019 Excellence in Healthcare Awards:

  • 5-Star Award (Top 10% Nationally) HCAHPS Overall Hospital Rating for its Inpatient Services
  • 5-Star Award (Top 10% Nationally) HCAHPS Overall Hospital Rating for its Medical/Surgical Unit
  • 5-Star Award (Top 10% Nationally) HCAHPS Overall Hospital Rating for Joint Replacement
  • 4-Star Award (Top 25% Nationally) HCAHPS Overall Quality of Care for its Emergency Department