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University of Virginia Medical Center

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Administrator:
Pamela Sutton-Wallace
(CEO)

Address:
J1215 Lee Street
Charlottesville, 22908
(434) 924-0000

Medicare Provider Number: 490009

Virginia Trauma System:
Level I Virginia Designated Trauma Center
Level I trauma centers have an organized trauma response and are required to provide total care for every aspect of injury from prevention through rehabilitation. These facilities must have adequate depth of resources and personnel with the capability of providing leadership, education, research and system planning.
Read more at: Virginia Department of Health

NOTE: 2011-2017 Annual Licensure Survey Data may include procedures performed at UVA Imaging @ Transitional Care Hospital, UVA Imaging Center Fontaine MOB1 and Virginia Urological Foundation.



Website: www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/

Financial Assistance: www.uvahealth.com/patients-visitors/insurance-and-bills/financial-aid

For Quotes on Elective Procedures per Virginia law §32.1-137.05: www.uvahealth.com/patients-visitors/insurance-and-bills/request-price-estimate

Tax Status: Not-for-profit

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.)
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Council of Teaching Hospitals

For Fiscal Year 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016
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.
612
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.
549
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.
45
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.
169,213
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.
27,800
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.
7,621
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.
198
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
Bone Marrow Transplant
Chemotherapy
Chronic Renal Dialysis
Gamma Knife Radiology
Heart Transplant
Hyperbaric Therapy
Kidney Transplant
Lithotripsy
Liver Transplant
Lung Transplant
Organized Hospice Program
Pain Managment Program
Pancreas Transplant
Wound Clinic

Facility Comment: Facility has not provided a comment.


Updated on: 1/19/2018

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Patient Satisfaction Survey

 · University of Virginia Medical Center's Overall

9 or 10 (high) 7 or 8 (medium) 6 or lower (low)
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7 How do patients rate the hospital overall?
Hospital  
72%Patients who gave a rating of "9" or "10" (high)21%Patients who gave a rating of "7" or "8" (medium)7%Patients who gave a rating of "6" or lower (low)
VA  
71%21%8%
USA  
73%20%7%


Yes, Definitely Yes, Probably No
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3 Would patients recommend the hospital to friends and family?
Hospital  
79%"YES", patients would definitely recommend the hospital18%"YES", patients would probably recommend the hospital3%"NO", patients would not recommend the hospital (they probably would not or definitely would not recommend it)
VA  
70%25%5%
USA  
72%23%5%


 ·  University of Virginia Medical Center's Comfort

Always Usually Sometimes/Never
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8 How often were the patients rooms and bathrooms kept clean?
Hospital  
69%Room was "always" clean23%Room was "usually" clean8%Room was "sometimes" or "never" clean
VA  
73%18%9%
USA  
75%17%8%
11 How often did patients receive help quickly from hospital staff?
Hospital  
59%Patients "always" received help as soon as they wanted30%Patients "usually" received help as soon as they wanted11%Patients "sometimes" or "never" received help as soon as they wanted
VA  
65%25%10%
USA  
69%23%8%
9 How often was patients pain well controlled?
Hospital  
66%Pain was "always" well controlled25%Pain was "usually" well controlled9%Pain was "sometimes" or "never" well controlled
VA  
70%23%7%
USA  
71%22%7%
17 How often was the area around patients rooms kept quiet at night?
Hospital  
47%"Always" quiet at night36%"Usually" quiet at night17%"Sometimes" or "never" quiet at night
VA  
61%30%9%
USA  
63%28%9%


 ·  University of Virginia Medical Center's Communication

Always Usually Sometimes/Never
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3 How often did nurses communicate well with patients?
Hospital  
79%Nurses "always" communicated well18%Nurses "usually" communicated well3%Nurses "sometimes" or "never" communicated well
VA  
80%16%4%
USA  
80%16%4%
4 How often did doctors communicate well with patients?
Hospital  
81%Doctors "always" communicated well15%Doctors "usually" communicated well4%Doctors "sometimes" or "never" communicated well
VA  
82%14%4%
USA  
82%14%4%
18 How often did staff explain about medicines before giving them to patients?
Hospital  
61%Staff "always" explained21%Staff "usually" explained18%Staff "sometimes" or "never" explained
VA  
64%18%18%
USA  
65%18%17%


Yes No
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10 Were patients given information about what to do during their recovery at home?
Hospital  
90%Yes, staff "did" give patients this information10%No, staff "did not" give patients this information
VA  
88%12%
USA  
87%13%


Strongly Agree Agree Disagree/Strongly Disagree
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4 How did patient understood their care when they left the hospital?
Hospital  
56%Patients who “Strongly Agree” they understood their care when they left the hospital40%Patients who “Agree” they understood their care when they left the hospital4%Patients who “Disagree” or “Strongly Disagree” they understood their care when they left the hospital
VA  
51%44%5%
USA  
52%43%5%




VA State Average & US Average: this number is included so you have
  • a better idea of what is typical for Virginia or the US
  • a basis for comparing individual hospital's performance

Survey ResponseSurvey Response
The percentage of patients who completed the survey.
: 28%    |    Completed SurveyCompleted Survey
Total number of patients who completed a survey.
: 974

Patient Survey Collection Dates: April 2016 - March 2017 , Released in December 2017

HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) survey information obtained
from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

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