Providence Mission Hospital Receives 2024 Healthgrades Cardiac Surgery Excellence Award For Third Consecutive Year

Society of Thoracic Surgeons Also Recognizes Hospital with the Highest Rating for Patient Care

The Providence Mission Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute has been awarded the 2024 Healthgrades Cardiac Surgery Excellence Award for the third consecutive year, and it is among the top 10% of hospitals in the nation for cardiac surgery. The hospital is also a Five-Star recipient for Coronary Bypass Surgery for the second year in a row and a Five-Star recipient for the treatment of pulmonary embolisms.

Additionally, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons also recognized Providence Mission Hospital with a Three-Star rating for patient care and outcomes, the highest ranking, for isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) procedures.

The Healthgrades Cardiac Surgery Excellence Award highlights hospitals that deliver superior patient outcomes in heart bypass and heart valve surgery. Healthgrades analyzes over 45 million patient surveys and patient outcomes reports from nearly 4,500 facilities nationwide to determine the top hospitals across the nation.

“The cardiac surgery team at Mission Hospital is comprised of the most extraordinary clinicians – it is truly an honor to serve alongside them to care for our South Orange County neighbors,” said Dr. Sevak Darbinian, chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Providence Mission Hospital since 2008. 

“This distinction really speaks to the talent and dedication of the physicians and caregivers who care for patients in our Heart and Vascular Institute,” said Seth Teigen, chief executive of Providence Mission Hospital. “Many people experience the need for heart bypass or heart valve surgery in their lifetime. We are proud to serve our South Orange County community and honored to provide lifesaving heart care when our community needs us most.”