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CJW Medical Center

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Administrator:
Greg Lowe
(CEO)

Address:
7101 Jahnke Road
Richmond, 23225
(804) 483-0000

Medicare Provider Number: 490112

Virginia Trauma System:
Level III Virginia Designated Trauma Center
Level III trauma centers, through an organized trauma response, can provide prompt assessment, resuscitation, stabilization, emergency operations and also arrange for the transfer of the patient to a facility that can provide definitive trauma care. Level III centers should also take on responsibility for education and system leadership within their region.
Read more at: Virginia Department of Health

Virginia Trauma System:
Level II Virginia Designated Trauma Center
Level II trauma centers have an organized trauma response and are also expected to provide initial definitive care regardless of the severity of injury. The specialty requirements may be fulfilled by on-call staff, that are promptly available to the patient. Due to limited resources, Level II centers may have to transfer more complex injuries to a Level I center. Level II centers should also take on responsibility for education and system leadership within their region.
Read more at: Virginia Department of Health



Website: www.chippenhammed.com

Financial Assistance: www.chippenhammed.com/patient-financial/index.dot?page_name=uninsured_discount

For Quotes on Elective Procedures per Virginia law §32.1-137.05, contact Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals Customer Service: www.chippenhammed.com/patient-financial/?page_name=insurance_decision

Tax Status: Proprietary

Teaching StatusTeaching Status
The hospital facility reported membership or accreditation in the Council of Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems (COTH) and/or the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or they reported no teaching status (NONE.)
:
None

For Fiscal Year 1/1/2016 - 12/31/2016
Licensed bedsLicensed beds
The number of beds reported by the hospital to be licensed by the Virginia Department of Health. This does not include normal newborn bassinets. Staffed beds greater than licensed beds may be due to unlicensed normal newborn bassinets.
Licensed beds
The number of beds reported by the hospital to be licensed by the Virginia Department of Health. This does not include normal newborn bassinets. Staffed beds greater than licensed beds may be due to unlicensed normal newborn bassinets.
758
Staffed bedsStaffed beds
Number of beds deemed to be operational to receive patients during the reporting period. Staffed beds greater than licensed beds may be due to unlicensed normal newborn bassinets.
702
Staffed NICU bassinetsStaffed NICU bassinets
Number of NICU bassinets deemed to be operational to receive patients during the reporting period. Newborn service of general, intermediate, intensive or high-risk as specified by the service's medical protocol. Does not include normal newborn bassinets.
35
CON approved levelCON Approved Level
5.1j. General care infant stations - Infant stations, not otherwise designated on a hospital's approved licensure application, and capable of caring for newborns who weigh at least 2000 grams at birth or who have completed 34 weeks gestation.

5.1k Intermediate infant stations - Infant stations, so designated on a hospital's approved licensure application, and capable of caring for moderately ill neonates or stable-growing low birthweight neonates requiring only a weight increase to be ready for discharge.


5.1l. Specialty infant stations -
Infant stations, so designated on a hospital's approved licensure application, and capable of caring for high-risk neonates with specified neonatal illnesses.

5.1m. Subspecialty infant stations -
Infant stations, so designated on a hospital's approved licensure application, and capable of providing intensive care for critically ill, high-risk neonates with complex neonatal illnesses.
Subspecialty
Patient daysPatient days
Patient days of care provided during the report period, excluding days in a nursing facility unit of the hospital, and excluding days in a regular (i.e., not intensive care) newborn nursery while the mother is still in the hospital.
187,353
AdmissionsAdmissions
The number of patients accepted for inpatient service, excluding admissions in a nursing facility unit of the hospital. Also excluded are newborns born in the hospital, except those remaining in the hospital after the mother has been discharged. Patient transfers between patient care units within the hospital are not counted as admissions.
35,209
Full-time equivalents - PayrollFull time equivalents – Payroll
Paid FTEs are the total number of hours paid (including worked hours and benefit hours), divided by 2080 and rounded to one decimal place. If there are staff positions shared between the hospital and a non-hospital activity (e.g., a nursing-home unit of the hospital), this reports only that portion of the shared FTEs that are properly allocated to the hospital.
2,605
Full-time equivalents - ContractFull-time equivalents – Contract
The number of contracted hours for agency personnel and paid hours for contracted services provided within the facility divided by 2080 and rounded to one decimal place.
211
In addition to other services offered, this facility reported the following services available during fiscal year ending in 2016 in their Utilization Spread Sheets.
Cardiac Catheterization
Chemotherapy
Chronic Renal Dialysis
Cobalt and Linear Accelerator Radiology
Gamma Knife Radiology
Hyperbaric Therapy
Lithotripsy
Organized Hospice Program
Pain Managment Program
Wound Clinic

Facility Comment: CJW Medical Center is comprised of the Chippenham campus on Jahnke Rd and the Johnston-Willis campus at 1401 Johnston-Willis Drive. See www.healthgrades.com for list of America's 50 Best Hospitals. Working Mother magazine-named one of the Top 100 Companies for Working Mothers. Ranked Best (#1) in Virginia for Heart Surgery – 2007-Healthgrades. Ranked Best (#1) in Virginia for Cardiology Services – 2007-Healthgrades. Only Hospital in the Richmond Area to Receive the HealthGrades 2006/2007 Maternity Care Excellence Award™. Ranked Among the Top 10% in the Nation for Overall Pulmonary Services for 2 years in a row – 2006-2007-Healthgrades. Recipient of HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™ four years in a row (2003-2006)


Updated on: 1/19/2018

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2015* Cardiac Care Information


About Cardiac Care InformationAbout Cardiac Care Information
VHI'S CARDIAC CARE INFORMATION will help you learn about heart disease and compare the quality of heart care at Virginia hospitals. (.. Click About Cardiac Care Information to read more ..)





KEY
Cases Category
(Based on Adjusted Volume)

Size Medical Invasive Open Heart
High  1500+   1000+   1000+
Mid-High   800 - 1499   250 - 999   500 - 999
Mid-Low   250 - 799   100 - 249   100 - 499
Low   1 - 249   1 - 99   1 - 99
N/A   0 Cases   0 Cases   0 Cases
 Rating (More hearts are better)
  - More than Expected
  - As Expected
  - Less than Expected
  - Too Few to Calculate (Adjusted Volume < 30)
  - Letter from Facility


  
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Service Line Total
Cases
Mortality
Rating
Readmission
Rating
Cardiology Medical Cardiology - Medical
Includes diagnosing and therapy for heart disease. Angina, congestive heart failure and acute myocardial infarction (AMI) are all examples of heart conditions. When treatment for these conditions does not include surgery, VHI has grouped them into this service line.
1771      
  -  Heart Failure Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
or heart failure, is a condition in which the heart can not pump enough blood to the body's other organs.

For more information on signs and symptoms, tests, and treatment, visit: www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4585
637      
Invasive Cardiology Cardiology - Invasive
Includes patients with medical conditions generally described in the medical cardiology service line that also had surgery. Surgeries include cardiac catheterization, cardiac pacemaker insertion, balloon angioplasty and placement of cardiac stents.
829      
  -  Cardiac Cath Cardiac Catheterization
or angiogram is a procedure that identifies possible problems with your heart or its arteries. During a cath, a thin plastic tube, called a catheter, is inserted into a blood vessel in your groin or arm. The catheter is guided up toward your heart. A special dye is injected into the catheter so X-rays can show if you have any artery blockage or other heart problems. www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4491
233      
  -  Percutaneous Cardiovascular Proc. Percutaneous Cardiovascular Procedures
These procedures primarily include various types of Coronary Angioplasty. Coronary angioplasty is a medical procedure used to open arteries that have narrowed to the point that they impede blood flow to the heart. This procedure can improve some of the symptoms associated with blocked arteries, such as chest pain and shortness of breath.
440      
Open Heart Surgery Cardiology - Open Heart Surgery
Includes procedures such as coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) and cardiac valve procedures.
235      
  -  CABG Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
also called coronary artery bypass surgery, heart bypass or bypass surgery is a surgical procedure performed to relieve angina and reduce the risk of death from coronary artery disease. Arteries and/or veins from elsewhere in the patient's body are grafted from the aorta to the coronary arteries to bypass atherosclerotic narrowings and improve the blood supply to the coronary circulation supplying the myocardium (heart muscle).
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronary_artery _bypass_surgery
161      


  
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  Mortality Readmission
Service Line Total
Cases
Hospice
Cases
Adj
Vol
Act Exp Ratio Rating Adj
Vol
Act Exp Ratio Rating
Cardiology Medical Cardiology - Medical
Includes diagnosing and therapy for heart disease. Angina, congestive heart failure and acute myocardial infarction (AMI) are all examples of heart conditions. When treatment for these conditions does not include surgery, VHI has grouped them into this service line.
1771 80 1679 1.37% 1.62% 0.84    1716 11.19% 11.52% 0.97   
  -  Heart Failure Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
or heart failure, is a condition in which the heart can not pump enough blood to the body's other organs.

For more information on signs and symptoms, tests, and treatment, visit: www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4585
637 56 577 1.21% 1.61% 0.75    614 15.96% 15.86% 1.01   
Invasive Cardiology Cardiology - Invasive
Includes patients with medical conditions generally described in the medical cardiology service line that also had surgery. Surgeries include cardiac catheterization, cardiac pacemaker insertion, balloon angioplasty and placement of cardiac stents.
829 7 817 1.22% 0.89% 1.38    812 8.74% 8.52% 1.03   
  -  Cardiac Cath Cardiac Catheterization
or angiogram is a procedure that identifies possible problems with your heart or its arteries. During a cath, a thin plastic tube, called a catheter, is inserted into a blood vessel in your groin or arm. The catheter is guided up toward your heart. A special dye is injected into the catheter so X-rays can show if you have any artery blockage or other heart problems. www.americanheart.org/ presenter.jhtml?identifier=4491
233 3 227 0.88% 0.77% 1.14    228 10.53% 10.55% 1.00   
  -  Percutaneous Cardiovascular Proc. Percutaneous Cardiovascular Procedures
These procedures primarily include various types of Coronary Angioplasty. Coronary angioplasty is a medical procedure used to open arteries that have narrowed to the point that they impede blood flow to the heart. This procedure can improve some of the symptoms associated with blocked arteries, such as chest pain and shortness of breath.
440 4 435 1.38% 1.12% 1.23    431 8.35% 7.62% 1.10   
Open Heart Surgery Cardiology - Open Heart Surgery
Includes procedures such as coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) and cardiac valve procedures.
235 0 233 2.15% 1.42% 1.51    228 6.58% 6.23% 1.06   
  -  CABG Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
also called coronary artery bypass surgery, heart bypass or bypass surgery is a surgical procedure performed to relieve angina and reduce the risk of death from coronary artery disease. Arteries and/or veins from elsewhere in the patient's body are grafted from the aorta to the coronary arteries to bypass atherosclerotic narrowings and improve the blood supply to the coronary circulation supplying the myocardium (heart muscle).
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronary_artery _bypass_surgery
161 0 159 1.89% 0.95% 1.98    156 5.77% 6.15% 0.94   



* Please note that the 2015 Cardiac report includes only nine months of discharges. This shortened timeframe, from Jan 1 through Sept 30, 2015, is related to the replacement of the ICD-9 with the ICD-10 coding system effective with discharges on and after Oct 1, 2015. Because of the increased detail of the ICD-10 system, a number of APR-DRGs had significant differences in volume. While these differences are not errors, for comparability, VHI chose to include only the nine months of 2015 discharges before ICD-10 went into effect.


  Updated on: 02/14/2017


 



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