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.
U.S. News & World Report has recognized St. John Broken Arrow as a Best Hospital for 2017-18 in Knee Replacement. The annual Best Hospitals rankings, now in their 28th year, are part of U.S. News’ patient portal, designed to help patients make informed decisions about where to receive care for life-threatening conditions or for common elective procedures.
For the 2017-18 rankings, U.S. News evaluated more than 4,500 medical centers nationwide in 25 specialties, procedures and conditions. In the 16 specialty areas, 152 hospitals were ranked in at least one specialty. In rankings by state and metro area, U.S. News recognized hospitals as high performing across multiple areas of care. For more information on our recognition from U.S. News & World Report, click here.
The Joint Commission, the nation's oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care, granted St. John Broken Arrow its Gold Seal of Approval® in 2016. The seal is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. For more information on our accreditation from The Joint Commission, click here.
Professional Research Consultants, a leader in healthcare marketing and research for over 35 years, recently presented St. John Broken Arrow with following Excellence in Healthcare Awards:
- Top Performer - Communication with Doctors for Inpatient Care
- 5 Star/top 10 percent for Care Transition
- 5 Star/top 10 percent for Inpatient Discharge Information
- 4 Star/top 25 percent Overall Quality of Care
- 4 Star/top 25 percent Overall Quality of Care for the Emergency Department
The SafeCare Group®, a nationally recognized, third party organization committed to helping hospitals excel in patient safety, quality and efficiency, named St. John Broken Arrow as the number one hospital with fewer than 100 beds for 2014-2015.