A culture of quality
We are committed to providing excellent holistic
care across our services, increasingly caring for people at various
stages of their lives.
St John of God Hospital Bunbury aspires to meet and exceed
industry best practice.
We evaluate our success and inform our continuous improvement
programs by involving patients and clients, peak industry bodies,
and community and government representatives.
We also participate in qualitative and quantitative measures
such as accreditation, quality and clinical risk management,
clinical audits, reviews and benchmarking.
Quality and clinical risk management
Our quality and clinical risk management systems ensure
safety and quality outcomes and enable us to monitor and learn
any adverse events.
Our hospital is accredited by the independent
Australian Council on Healthcare
St John of God Hospital Bunbury's results remain
consistently high as we aim for continuous improvement across
both our hospital and community services.
Under its Evaluation and Quality Improvement Program,
accreditation surveys are conducted on a rolling four year cycle,
with a major survey every four years and a periodic review ever two
During a major survey, our performance is reviewed against 45
criteria, including 14 mandatory criteria in the functional areas
of clinical, corporate and support.
Publications and Reporting
and Gynaecology Quality Annual Report to the Public for the
year 2011-March 2012