Providence St. Joseph Hospital Among Nation’s Best for Vascular Surgery Outcomes

vascular surgeons, Drs. Trieu and Palmer, and the entire surgical and cardiovascular staff

The surgical and cardiovascular staff.

Press release from Providence St. Joseph Hospital:

Providence St. Joseph Hospital is proud to be recognized as one of the top 74 hospitals for vascular surgery by Healthgrades, a trusted resource for consumers seeking high-quality healthcare providers. The hospital was one of just four vascular surgery programs in California to receive the distinction.

The rankings recognize hospitals that deliver superior patient outcomes in abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, carotid surgery and peripheral vascular bypass surgery.

“We are incredibly proud of our vascular surgeons, Drs. Trieu and Palmer, and the entire surgical and cardiovascular staff for their achievement in receiving this recognition from Healthgrades,” said Chief Executive Michael Keleman. “This recognition is a testament to their exceptional skills, compassion and dedication in delivering high-quality care and outcomes to our patients.”

The nationwide recognition was due to Healthgrades awarding St. Joseph Hospital a vascular surgery award for 2024, in addition to rating the hospital as a five-star recipient for carotid procedures two years in a row (2023-224), and Top 10% in the nation for vascular surgery.

Healthgrades evaluates hospitals solely on clinical outcomes: risk-adjusted mortality and complications. By focusing on what matters most, patient outcomes, Healthgrades ratings provide critical feedback for both patients and hospitals.

“This recognition would not have been possible without the outstanding teamwork, collaboration, and respect among our surgeons, nurses, cardiovascular, and surgical staff,” said Cori Cooper, MHA, R.N., director of cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary services at St. Joseph Hospital. “Our focus on fostering a culture of collaboration and respect has allowed us to continuously raise the bar in vascular surgery. We are immensely proud of this recognition and remain dedicated to further advancing our program to better serve our community.”

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JACK PURDY
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JACK PURDY
1 month ago

THANK YOU DR. PALMER YOU SAVED MY LIFE

Pat Bitton
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Pat Bitton
1 month ago
Reply to  JACK PURDY

Same here

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1 month ago

Does this advertisement self-repeat? I hope Providence pays RHBB a fee for promoting this happy and close-looking bunch!

Yes, I happened to be shopping for Vascular Surgery today, but I don’t think Eureka is my “top choice”…

Constant press-releases remind us that medicine, in the USA, is for making money, not for taking care of you…

Kym Kemp
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1 month ago

As you should know, I don’t accept pay for any articles.

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1 month ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Saw this post months back, seems like, and you should collect a fee for purely promotional materials, IMO, but it’s your blog…

Thanks very much for keeping it together, this long…

Antichrist
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Antichrist
1 month ago

Wow in the top 74 , something to really brag about i mean truly i can remember when i first saw a 74th place trophy and that experience set my entire life on a path of new found understanding from that moment on i was determined that in everything from self care to the quality of work i did for my employers to include level of detail i took on anything i undertook i had to get 74th place once i got a 60th place but i realized i had over applied myself and the shame that came with that knowledge sent me into therapy of which i am still needing as while to some finding a therapist might seem easy trying to find one that is ranked 74th is very challenging . It has effected my buying a car , i mean no matter how many letters i write to jd powers they refuse to send me any information about the car that ranked 74th in safety standards let alone milage affordability or value . Yes it brings me great pleasure and relief knowing that if i ever experience a vascular medical problem i now know where the 74th place service center is located

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1 month ago
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Take a deep breath and count backwards from 100…

Steve Koch
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Steve Koch
1 month ago
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“Providence St. Joseph Hospital…was one of just four vascular surgery programs in California to receive the distinction.

The rankings recognize hospitals that deliver superior patient outcomes in abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, carotid surgery and peripheral vascular bypass surgery.

The nationwide recognition was due to Healthgrades awarding St. Joseph Hospital a vascular surgery award for 2024, in addition to rating the hospital as a five-star recipient for carotid procedures two years in a row (2023-224), and Top 10% in the nation for vascular surgery.”

Humboldt is so fortunate to have St. Joe.

Mikey
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Mikey
1 month ago

Dr Trieu saved my life and then did an amazing job explaining exactly what he did. It’s great to see something about healthcare around here not just getting bashed.

Peaseblossom
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Peaseblossom
1 month ago

ANOTHER media release on how great the service is at St. Joes?