20 California Hospitals that did not report their Hospital Acquired Infection incidents

The following California Hospitals did not report to the state on their Hospital Acquired Infection incidents, January 2009-March 2010:

1.    SUTTER LAKESIDE HOSP, LAKEPORT

2.    SOUTHERN INYO HOSP, LONE PINE

3.    PROMISE HOSP OF SAN DIEGO

4.    PROMISE HOSP OF EAST LA-SUBURBAN CAMPUS, PARAMOUNT

5.    PROMISE HOSP OF EAST LA-EAST L.A CAMPUS, LOS ANGELES

6.    NEWPORT SPECIALTY HOSP, TUSTIN

7.    MADERA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

8.    KINGSBURG MED CTR

9.    KERN MED CTR, BAKERSFIELD

10.   JOHN C. FREMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT, MARIPOSA

11.   HEALDSBURG DISTRICT HOSPITAL

12.   GOOD SAMARITAN HOSP, BAKERSFIELD

13.   EAST LOS ANGELES DOCTORS HOSP, LOS ANGELES

14.   DELANO REGIONAL MED CTR

15.   CORCORAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL

16.   COLORADO RIVER MED CTR, NEEDLES

17.   CATALINA ISLAND MED CTR, AVALON

18.   CASA COLINA HOSP FOR REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE, POMONA

19.   CALIFORNIA MENS COLONY, SAN LUIS OBISPO

20.   CALIFORNIA MED FACILITY, VACAVILLE

Sources: California Department of Public Health, Consumers Union Safe Patient Project.

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