UMCB Quick Facts
Level 1 Trauma CenterFY15
|*Does not include physicians|
|Patient Days: 62,633||Deliveries: 1,013|
|Average Daily Census: 171.60||Neonatal ICU Days: 522|
|Average Length of Stay: 4.96 ||Open Heart Cases: 1|
|ER Visits: 75,514||Employees*: 2,971|
|Outpatient VIsits: 148,464||Licensed Beds: 339|
|Inpatient Surgical Visits: 5,268||BSN or Higher Rate: 66.45%|
|Outpatient Surgical Visits: 4,553||Certification Rate: 24.58%|
Study Explores the Brackenridge ICU RN Perspective
Advanced Practice Supervisor & Clinical Nurse Specialist, Jonathan Hecht, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, and a group of ICU nurses at UMC Brackenridge completed a research study to understand the perceived benefits of a tracheotomy to a patient.
Madison's Story: Bowie High Graduate Defies Odds after Brain Injury
A young woman and her parents share the story of the accident that left her with a serious brain injury and her remarkable recovery.
Nurses Reduce Percentage of Patients Leaving ED Unseen
The new triage system has improved patient satisfaction and has decreased the percentage of patients leaving the ED without being seen by a physician or nurse practitioner from 5.21 percent in July 2014 to 1.50 percent nine months later in March 2015.