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The Spring Hill Specialist Day Hospital is committed to patient safety and the ongoing improvement of patient care.
To help patients make an informed decision about their care we are committed to sharing information about our quality and safety outcomes. These measures were selected because they form part of a set of key clinical indicators outlined in the National Safety and Quality Healthcare Standards developed by the Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Healthcare.
|Jan 15||July 15||Jan 16||July 16||Jan 17||July 17|
|Healthcare associated infection*||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Hand Hygiene Audits||National Data||SHSDH Data|
|NNHI Audit 1 2015||82.20%||97.70%|
|NNHI Audit 2 2015||83.00%||96.00%|
|NNHI Audit 3 2015||83.50%||96.60%|
|NNHI Audit 1 2016||84.40%||87.80%|
|NNHI Audit 2 2016||83.90%||93.40%|
|NNHI Audit 3 2016||84.10%||92.30%|
|NNHI Audit 1 2017||84.60%||94.60%|
|NNHI Audit 2 2017||84.30%||90.10%|
|NNHI Audit 3 2017||not completed||not completed|
*As reported to SHSDH by attending medical officers