Around 30 hospitals, located in the Hudson Valley and across New York State, just received a "D" grade for patient safety.

Last week, the Leapfrog Group released its 2024 Hospital Safety Grades.

Grades are based on "how well" hospitals "prevent medical errors, accidents and infections."

The nonprofit assigns letter grades, “A,” “B,” “C,” “D” or “F,” to nearly 3,000 general hospitals across the country.


Three hospitals in New York State received a failing grade. Hudson Valley Post highlighted those hospitals last week. CLICK HERE to see those hospitals, or you can find out the information below.

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Nearly 30 Hospitals Across New York State Earn "D" Grade For Patient Safety


Leapfrog assigned a "D" grade to nearly 30 hospitals across the Empire State. A number of hospitals from the Hudson Valley made this list. Note: the list below is in alphabetical order.

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Leapfrog continues to update grades for hospitals. These New York hospitals received a "D" grade from Leapfrog in the Fall:

28 New York Hospitals Earn 'D' Grade For Patient Safety

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