Pneumonia is caused by a viral or bacterial infection that fills the lungs with mucus which can lower the oxygen level in the blood. Community acquired pneumonia is a major contributor to illness and mortality in the United States, causing nearly one million hospital admissions each year. The Mount Carmel data below is a sample for February 2012 – July 2012 unless otherwise noted. Ohio and national data is from the Hospital Compare website and is for April 2011 – March 2012 unless otherwise noted.
Select a report below to see our results for Pneumonia key indicators.
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