Quality & public reporting at Huntington Hospital.

We strive to provide compassionate community care with the very best clinical practices and a personal touch. We are proud to report our results via our Annual Reports, industry and watchdog group ratings, and to provide information about our community impact in our Community Benefits Report.

Quality reporting.

We are committed to providing our patients with the best quality of care and outcomes. We follow a comprehensive program that ensures quality in every part of our hospital, we are dedicated to transparency, and we are constantly working to refine and improve our process. We understand there are many resources that rate hospitals and healthcare, so we have provided access to the leading rating organizations so you can research and make the best decisions for yourself and your family.

  • Leapfrog

    Leapfrog Top Hospitals have the best quality standards and efficient resources use. Leapfrog's Safety Grade recognizes hospitals that excel in safety practices and complications of care.

  • US News & World Report

    The U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll identifies hospitals on a national and regional level for their treatment of the most complicated conditions.

    US News & World Report
  • Healthgrades

    Healthgrades Top 50 Hospitals are recognized for outstanding clinical outcomes, fewest complications of care, and highest patient satisfaction.

  • Hospital Compare

    Hospital Compare, a service of Medicare, rates hospitals against 64 measures of quality, recognizing them for exceptional treatment of heart attacks, heart failure, pneumonia and surgery.

    Hospital Compare

Accreditations and awards.

Accreditations and awards are an important reflection of our work and impact on patients and our communities, and we are proud to share the following designations.

We encourage you to read about our 16 additional service line accreditations and patient experience awards on our Awards page.

Magnet designation.

Magnet Recognized

As the first hospital in the San Gabriel Valley to achieve this highest honor in American nursing, we joined just 6 percent of the national’s hospitals. We have subsequently been Magnet re-designated.

Joint Commission National Quality Approval.

Joint Commission National Quality Approval

The nation’s standards setting and accrediting body has awarded us hospital-wide accreditation.

Annual reporting.

Our annual reports allow us to highlight our successes, provide updates on new initiatives, recognize community partners, and share our financials with the community.

Annual Report 2016. cover of 2016 annual report Annual report archive. cover of 2015 annual report

Community Benefits report.

Building on our legacy as a vital institution that has served the community for over 125 years, each year we proudly report our community benefit to the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. The economic value of community benefits we provide in the form of vital health screenings, services and education averages $101 million annually. We publish a Community Benefits Plan annually.

Community Benefits Plan 2015.

This annual plan provides an overview of our Community Benefit mission and objectives, the community we serve and our programs and services available to the community.

Community Health Needs Assessment 2013.

This report is undertaken every three years, and gives us the opportunity to evaluate the needs of the community we serve and inform our Community Benefits Plan.

Our Accolades