At California Pacific, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care and reporting publicly on our performance. Below you can find out how CPMC stands up to some key measures of quality for certain medical conditions, in comparison to state and national standards.
Regional Neonatal ICU
Our California campus is a Regional Level 3 NICU. Infants needing intensive care are cared for only at our California campus (either by maternal transport before delivery or infant transport after delivery).
The hospital has a designated regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with a full range of services, including surgery, for severely ill newborns and infants.
A Neonatal ICU offers specialized medical and nursing care, delivered 24-hours a day by board-certified neonatalogists and an experienced nursing team. This team, combined with the NICU's state-of-the-art technology, ensures that your infant will receive the highest level of care possible.
The CalQualityCare.org website provides ratings of California hospitals. CalQualityCare.org is managed by the California HealthCare Foundation Opens new window (CHCF), a nonprofit philanthropy.
Medicare.gov | Hospital Compare
Provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this site compares the quality of care provided by hospitals.