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Improving Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction

Kindred Hospitals, the nation’s largest provider of long-term acute care, offers patient-centered, quality care treatment and rehabilitation that improves outcomes for medically complex patients.

  • CAUTI: 96% of Kindred Hospitals perform better or no different than expected1
  • CLABSI: 83% of Kindred Hospitals perform better no different than expected1
  • Potentially Preventable 30-Day Readmission: 90% of Kindred Hospitals readmission rates are statistically equivalent to or better than the national rate1
  • New/Worsened Pressure Injury: Kindred Hospitals perform better than the national rate1
  • Ventilator Wean Rate: 66% of patients are successfully liberated from the ventialtor2
  • Discharge Destination: 60% of patients are discharged to a lower level of care or to home2
  • Patient Satisfaction: 85% of patients surveyed “would recommend” Kindred Hospitals2

To Make Recovery Possible...

After being hospitalized for Guillain-Barre syndrome, Adam transferred to a Kindred Hospital with paralysis and respiratory failure. Motivated by a picture of his two young boys, Adam worked hard with his interdisciplinary care team to be liberated from the ventilator and regain his ability to move. Now he is at home again with his family, living every day to the fullest.
When 22-year-old Cayden experienced extensive brain damage, his parents were told that the outlook was bleak. But as a patient at Kindred Hospital, Cayden received specialized care from an interdisciplinary team that helped him start on the road to recovery.
Tim came to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest after an episode of double pneumonia and septic shock. But he had a goal: To recover completely enough to escort his daughter down the aisle at her upcoming wedding. With the help of the hospital's interdisciplinary team of caregivers, Tim achieved his goal.
After a stay at her community hospital, Makala admitted to Kindred Hospital with complex medical problems, including respiratory failure. Through a customized care plan and comprehensive rehabilitation, Makala was able to fully recover and discharge home.


  1. National Data Source:, CMS  LTCH Compare data: CAUTI and CLASBI (1/1/21-12/31/2021); Readmission (07/01/2019 - 12/31/2019; 07/01/2020 - 06/30/2021); Pressure Injury (4/1/2021-3/31/2022)
  2. Kindred Hospitals Internal Data