Creighton University Medical Center
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|Location||601 N. 30th Street, Omaha, Nebraska, United States|
|Affiliated university||Creighton University|
|Emergency department||Level I trauma center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Nebraska|
Creighton University Medical Center (also known as Creighton University Medical Center-Saint Joseph Hospital) is a hospital located in North Downtown Omaha, Nebraska, United States. On April 24, 2012, CUMC signed an agreement to be part of the Alegent Health System (now CHI Health) during the summer of 2012.
St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital was founded on September 25, 1870 at 12th and Mason Streets by the Sisters of Mercy. This hospital was a plain wood frame building with two wards and ten rooms. In 1880, the Sisters of St. Francis took over management of the hospital and renamed it The Creighton Memorial Hospital. By 1882 an addition was required to keep up with care demands.
In 1892, John A. Creighton established the John A. Creighton Medical College along with a 200-bed hospital. The new hospital was built at 10th and Castelar Streets at a cost of $200,000, and was called the Creighton Memorial St. Joseph Hospital. At this time, the hospital became the primary resource for clinical instruction in the medical school. Several additions to the building were made at this location over the years.
In 1978 the hospital moved to its present facility at 30th and California Streets.
American Medical International acquired St. Joseph Hospital in 1984; Tenet Healthcare acquired American Medical in 1995. In 2012, Tenent and Creighton University sold the hospital to Alegent Health (now CHI Health).
The hospital is the teaching hospital for the College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, College of Dentistry and the College of Health Careers.
The hospital has gone through several name changes, beginning as Creighton Memorial, then Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph Hospital at Creighton University Medical Center, Creighton University Medical Center, and most recently Alegent Creighton Health.
CHI Creighton University Medical Center closed in June 2017. Moving it's trauma services to Bergan Mercy Medical Center and opening it's University Campus on 24th and Cuming.
Hospital rating data
The HealthGrades website contains the latest quality data for Creighton University Medical Center, as of 2015. For this rating section three different types of data from HealthGrades are presented: quality ratings for 24 inpatient conditions and procedures, 9 patient safety indicators, and the percentage of patients giving the hospital a 9 or 10 (the two highest possible ratings).
For inpatient conditions and procedures, there are three possible ratings: worse than expected, as expected, and better than expected. For Creighton University Medical Center, the data for this category is:
- Worse than expected - 4
- As expected - 19
- Better than expected - 1
For patient safety indicators, there are the same three possible ratings. For this hospital, 12 indicators were rated as:
- Worse than expected - 2
- As expected - 7
- Better than expected - 0
Data for patients giving this hospital a 9 or 10 are:
- Patients rating this hospital as a 9 or 10 - 70%
- Patients rating hospitals as a 9 or 10 nationally - 69%
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- Historic images Old St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska - Nebraska Memories
- Creighton University Medical Center