Crawford Memorial Hospital is a 63-bed Government owned medical facility providing cares and services to residents of Robinson and Crawford County, Illinois. The Center is located at:
1000 N. Allen St.
Robinson, IL 62454
The facility offers various medical services that include:
- Laboratory services
- Infusion center
- Rehabilitation and therapy services
- Pain management
- Emergency services
- Diabetes education
- Diagnostic imaging
In a comparison analysis of all hospitals and medical centers throughout the United States, Crawford Memorial Hospital maintains an overall ranking “B” score, in the 50th percentile. According to Analytics MD, the areas of strength at the hospital include medical staff communication with patients.
The smooth flow of patient care through the emergency department ensures that everyone is seen quickly and treated appropriately. While Crawford Memorial Hospital ranks in the 60th percentile or higher for incoming patient flow, discharge patient flow and admitted patient flow, the level of frustrated patients leaving the emergency department ranks much lower in the 50th percentile.Illinois State Designations
Crawford Memorial Hospital maintains threes specific state designations including:
- Perinatal I – The hospital participates in the Illinois regional perinatal system that was created to enhance perinatal outcomes of pregnant women and newborns. The system was created to reduce the incident rate of perinatal complications. The program incorporates sub-specialty medical professionals at facilities throughout Illinois that provide high-risk medical services.
The Level I perinatal hospital provides a superior level of care to women of childbearing age and their newborns at high risk for medical complications. While the facility does not offer neonatal intensive care or special care, they do offer intermediate levels of care and complex care to infants.
- Standby Emergency Department for Pediatrics (SEDP) – For nearly 20 years, hospitals throughout Illinois have been recognized by EMSC (Emergency Medical Services for Children and the IDPH (Illinois Department of Public Health) for providing essential resources to injured and seriously ill children to ensure their critical care and emergency needs are met.
The SEDP level of recognition is given to Crawford Memorial Hospital for participating in the Illinois emergency medical system by providing a high level of emergency care to children. In addition, the facility ensures the transfer mechanisms and agreements are in place when the child requires more definitive care.Bloodstream Infection Rate
The state of Illinois maintains accurate records using the Standardized Infection Ratio (SIR) to monitor bloodstream infections involving Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Clostridium difficile infections (CDI). The statistical measurement is used to determine if the rate of bloodstream infections occurring at the hospital are statistically the same, better or worse than the national average. For the year 2015, Crawford Memorial Hospital’s bloodstream infection rate involve:
- MRSA – one infection out of 3513 patient days
- CDI – five infections out of 34156 patient days which is not significantly worse or better than the national average.
Illinois monitors patient safety measurements of all hospital and medical center settings to determine the number of adverse events and in-hospital complications. Using a Report Card methodology and inpatient quality indicators from data collected by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), specific patient safety concerns at the hospital for the year 2015 include:
- Accidental Laceration and Puncture – 4.6 per 1000 or 3 of 620 patients. The risk-adjusted rate for the hospital is significantly higher (more than three times) than the Illinois state average of 1.45 per 1000 patients.
- Postoperative Hematoma or Hemorrhage – 9.29 per 1000 or 1 of 129 patients. The risk-adjusted rate for the hospital is significantly higher (almost double) than the Illinois state average of 4.46 per 1000 patients.
- Postoperative Respiratory Failure – 9.47 per 1000 or 1 of 93 patients. The risk-adjusted rate for the hospital is only slightly higher than the Illinois state average of 8.04 per 1000 patients.
Receiving substandard care at an Illinois hospital can often result in filing a medical malpractice claim against the facility, medical staff, pharmaceutical distributor or a device manufacturer. However, personal injury cases involving medical errors, mistakes or malpractice are complex, and often require the skills of an experienced attorney. In addition to building the case, taking depositions, and reviewing medical records, the lawyer will file all the necessary paperwork in the appropriate court. In Crawford County, the location of the court is at:
Crawford County Circuit CourtRobinson Illinois Medical Malpractice Lawyers
P.O. Box 655
Robinson, IL 62454
County Clerk Angie Reinhold
If you believe your loved one died prematurely or has suffered serious injuries while a patient at Crawford Memorial Hospital, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers can help stop the neglect now. Our Robinson medical malpractice attorneys have represented clients with cases involving mistreatment or neglect. Our law firm can assist your family in successfully resolving your financial recompense claim against every individual and entity that caused your damages.
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