With additional Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) funding for Strengthening HAI/AR Programs (SHARP) awarded in October 2021, the HAI Program resumed and expanded our statewide and regional HAI and antimicrobial resistance (AR) prevention initiatives in 2022. To ensure the quality and consistency of hospital HAI surveillance practices and publicly reported data used to inform and track HAI prevention progress, the HAI Program resumed routine annual HAI data validation exercises with hospitals. We convened a CLABSI reduction initiative with more than 30 hospitals, and prioritized LTAC engagement for AR response and prevention, including antimicrobial stewardship.
Please also visit the
My Hospital’s Infections map to see how your hospital’s HAI results compare with others. Data tables are available on the
California Health and Human Services Open Data Portal (select
Diseases and Conditions).
CDPH presents detailed three-page HAI profiles for hospitals, counties and hospital types on a statewide level. The profiles contain HAI data for 2022 and track trends over time (2015–2022). Click on a hospital name (sorted alphabetically by county) or county name to view its report. Long term acute care (L), critical access (C) and rehabilitation hospitals (R) are indicated.