Clinical Excellence | Prince Court Medical Centre

Patient Safety & Quality Data

Our Commitement to Patient Safety and Quality.

Patient Safety is simply defined by the World Health Organisation as the prevention of errors and adverse effects to patient associated with healthcare.

At Prince Court Medical Centre, patient safety is paramount. We have created a culture where emphasis is given to patient safety, ultimately increasing awareness and trust as healthcare providers via communication and leadership.



Prince Court reported zero cases of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) in our ICU/NICU, through effective implementation of infection control protocols.



Prince Court reported zero cases of Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI), through effective implementation of our protocols.


Risk-Adjusted Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE) in ICU per 1,000 device days

Prince Court reported zero cases of risk-adjusted Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE) in ICU.


Hand Hygiene Compliance Rate

Prince Court consistently exceeds 95% compliance with hand hygiene standards.


Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) Data

In the Prince Court AMS programme, we closely track antimicrobial usage, monitor processes and measure outcome indicators. The effect of stewardship initiatives on antimicrobial usage and resistance patterns are then analysed by our AMS team. This information is then used to provide feedback to our consultants.


  1. Promotion of optimal selection of antibiotic regime
  2. Prevention of antibiotic resistance
  3. Ensure improved patient treatment outcomes
  4. Improvement of antibiotic susceptibilities to target antibiotics
  5. Driving down of patient and hospital costs


Clinical Indicators [ACHS]


Patient Reported Outcome Measures – Oncology Services at Prince Court