UW Hospital & Clinics Receive Exemplary Score From National Pediatric Readiness Project

The UW Hospital & Clinics have received a score of 98 out of a possible 100 points for the National Pediatric Readiness Project – a gap analysis survey to assess each hospital’s emergency department readiness in caring for pediatric patients according to the National Guidelines that have been published by AAP, ACEP and ENA. This score represents the essential components needed to establish a foundation for pediatric readiness.

The average score of all participating hospitals nationwide was 70 points, and the average score of hospitals with a similar volume of Pediatric ED patients (i.e. >10,000 patients annually) was 85 points.