Pregnancy and Delivery Care - Bronson Battle Creek Hospital

Published on August 05, 2014

Pregnancy and Delivery Care - Bronson Battle Creek Hospital

By providing care to pregnant women that follows best practices, hospitals and doctors can improve chances for a safe delivery and a healthy baby.

This measure shows the percentage of pregnant women who had elective deliveries 1-3 weeks early (either vaginally or by C-section) whose early deliveries weren’t medically necessary. Higher numbers may indicate that hospitals aren’t doing enough to discourage this unsafe practice.

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1/1/2019 - 12/31/2019


Percentage of mothers whose deliveries were scheduled too early (1-2 weeks early), when a scheduled delivery wasn't medically necessary.

Lower percentages are better

0%2 2%26

2 Data submitted were based on a sample of cases/patients

26 State and national average include Department of Defense (DoD) hospital data.

Reviewed by Bronson Patient Safety & Quality on July 12, 2021