Brennan, William P.
Angioplasty or Pacemaker Surgery
Death Rates —Percentages of cases with the bad outcome death (after risk-adjustment in our analysis of the sample of cases we evaluated)
for all surgeons
Rates of Deaths, Prolonged Lengths of Stay, or Readmissions—Percentages of cases with such bad outcomes (after risk-adjustment in our analysis of the sample of cases we evaluated)
such bad outcomes
for all surgeons
|Address|| 500 Lilly Rd NE #100 |
Olympia, WA 98506
| 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.
| No |
|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)
| Doctor's hospitals— |
Some hospitals where doctor has recently done these types of surgeries and how the hospital performed compared to other hospitals
(✓= Hospital high-rated for relatively few bad outcomes in these types of surgery)
| Board certifications— |
as reported by the American Board of Medical Specialties
|Medical school and year of graduation|| University of Texas-Galveston, |
|Where doctor did internship and residency training|| |
La State U-Confederate Meml,
Atlanta VA Hosp
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