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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) Surgery Mortality Rates

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The Mortality rates are the number of deaths per 100 surgeries. Example: On average, 1.57 out of 100 patients who had CABG surgery died while in the hospital or within 30 days after being discharged from the hospital. Lower mortality rate is better and means fewer deaths. Data is from 2013.

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Rate and Number of Cases are for CABG surgery only.


Significantly above state average = Risk-adjusted mortality rate significantly higher than the New Jersey statewide mortality rate based on 95 percent confidence interval.
Hospital Name County Number of Cases Mortality Rate* 95% Confidence Interval
New Jersey Statewide 3,881 1.57
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Atlantic 148 0.67 (0.01, 3.74)
Cooper Hospital University Medical Center Camden 172 2.51 (0.81, 5.86)
Deborah Heart and Lung Center Burlington 119 1.26 (0.14, 4.56)
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Bergen 157 0.00 (0.00, 2.21)
Hackensack University Medical Center Bergen 278 0.34 (0.00, 1.88)
Jersey City Medical Center Hudson 147 2.39 (0.48, 6.97)
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Monmouth 394 2.00 (0.86, 3.95)
Morristown Medical Center Morris 643 0.93 (0.34, 2.02)
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Essex 168 1.73 (0.35, 5.06)
Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center Camden 389 1.27 (0.51, 2.62)
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Middlesex 420 2.66 (1.15, 5.24)
Saint Barnabas Medical Center Essex 182 0.69 (0.01, 3.81)
St. Francis Medical Center Mercer 75 14.08 (5.64, 29.02)
St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center Passaic 234 1.26 (0.25, 3.69)
St. Mary's Hospital (Passaic) Passaic 64 1.91 (0.02, 10.63)
St. Michael's Medical Center Essex 79 2.76 (0.04, 15.36)
University Hospital Essex 29 0.00 (0.00, 23.61)
Valley Hospital Bergen 183 2.23 (0.60, 5.70)
* Operative Mortality includes: (1) all deaths occurring during the hospitalization in which the operation was performed, even after 30 days; and (2) those deaths occurring after discharge from the hospital, but within 30 days of the procedures.