At Dayton Children’s, we strive to provide the best possible care to our patients. One way we do this is through the use of proven pediatric treatment protocols developed from research and evidence-based studies.
Validating that the care delivered results in good clinical outcomes for our patients is important in supporting our mission. We have identified many indicators that help us measure quality. In this section, we offer you a look at our results.
You may be wondering the following:
How many patients have you treated?
What are the reasons for treatment?
What do you do to keep my child safe while in the hospital?
What kind of care can my child expect?
What do others say about you?
- Number of Patients Treated
- Reasons for Admissions
- Keeping My Child Safe
- Bloodstream Infections
- Asthma Relievers
- Patient Satisfaction
- Sickle Cell Pain and Fever
- Staff Flu Immunization Rate
- Readmissions and Transfers
- Emergency Codes Outside PICU
- PICU Survival Rates
- Pain Management
- Serious safety events
- Pressure injuries
- Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections
- Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections
- Venous Thromboembolism
- Surgical Site Infection
Learn more about our strategic roadmap to the future.