Bremer, Malcolm H.

Carotid Endarterectomy or Angioplasty What is this?


Rates of prolonged lengths of stay, readmissions, or deaths—Percentages of cases with such bad outcomes (after risk-adjustment in our analysis of the sample of cases we evaluated)



Bremer, Malcolm H. (94 cases)
19.2%
0%
(Best Possible)
100%
(Worst Possible)
Average rate of
such bad outcomes
for all surgeons
19.2%





AddressWhat is this? 18955 N Memorial Dr #550
Humble, TX 77338
Phone numberWhat is this? 281-446-6464
DistanceWhat is this? 0 mile
Gender Male
Whether Recommended Most by Surveyed Doctors "for care of a loved one"
In CHECKBOOK's surveys of doctors in the same region, got what CHECKBOOK considered a meaningful number of recommendations.What is this?
No
Not enough
mentions
Ratings for Surgeon's Having Fewer Prolonged Lengths of Stay, Readmissions, or Deaths See ratings explanation
High-volume
Whether doctor did a relatively large number of these surgeries (compared to other doctors listed here) in a recent period for which data are available (counts for 2013-2014 Medicare fee-for-service patients only)
Higher volume
Doctor's hospitals
Some hospitals where doctor has recently done these types of surgeries and how the hospital performed compared to other hospitalsWhat is this?
(= Hospital high-rated for relatively few bad outcomes in these types of surgery)
  •    Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital
Board certifications
  • Surgery
  • Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
Medical school and year of graduationWhat is this? Hahnemann University,
1967
Where doctor did internship and residency trainingWhat is this?
Hlth Ctr Hosp-U Pitt,
Baylor College of Medicine
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