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St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, New York
In January 2002, St. Luke’s Hospital and The Cornwall Hospital merged and in January 2016 St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital partnered with the Montefiore Health System. Now the hospital is considered to be one of the largest employers in Orange County. Every year they care for over 270,000 patients from around the Hudson Valley and boast a staff of 1,500 employees.
St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital is located at 70 Dubois St. in Newburgh New York. The Sobo & Sobo office is located at 1 Dolson Ave. in Middletown, New York. You can contact Sobo & Sobo by phone, at 845.343.7626 or by visiting their website.
St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital’s Clinical Quality Safety Record with records provided by heathgrades.com:
- St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital received the Patient Safety Excellence Award (2017, 2018) and the General Surgery Excellence Award (2018).
- Hip replacement: Hip replacement is surgery removing and replacing a diseased hip joint with an artificial one. The complication rate, based on a total of hospital and the national average combined of 378 cases is 8.46 percent. The predicted complication rate is 4.66 percent. The hospital rated one star out of five in this area, which is worse than expected.
- Carotid procedures: Procedures to treat diseases/injuries in one or both carotid arteries in the neck. The complication rate for this type of is zero percent, with the predicted complication rate being 6.77 percent. The percentages were based on 48 hospital cases and a national average of 140 cases. The hospital received a five star out of five star rating.
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): COPD is a serious lung disease that includes chronic bronchitis, emphysema and chronic obstructive asthma. St. Luke’s received a three out of five star rating in this area, with an actual death rate of 1.96 percent, a bit lower than the predicated average rate of 2.51 percent.
- Pacemaker procedures: Pacemaker procedures include surgery to implant or replace a pacemaker. The complications rating for this surgical procedure is three stars out of five for St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital. The hospital’s complication rate ranks at 10.17 percent and a predicted complication rate of 11.52 percent. The percentages are based on 59 hospital cases and a national average of 156 cases.
- Pulmonary embolism: Pulmonary embolism is a blockage in an artery in the lungs. The hospital mortality rating is 4 percent, compared to a predicted complication rating of 3.51 percent. The percentages were based on 50 hospital cases.
St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, New York Rating
Yelp: Users give St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, New York 2.4 out of 5 stars.
Google: Users give St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh, New York 2.5 out of 5 stars.