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Facility-Level Indicators

Perinatal Services BC publishes data for six facility-level maternal and neonatal indicators. The selected indicators are based on widespread relevance and validity of data from facilities and are measurable, clinically meaningful, and evidence-based. These indicators are:

  1. Vaginal Delivery for Eligible First-Time Mothers
    Vaginal delivery rate for eligible nulliparous women aged 20 to 39 years with a singleton vertex pregnancy at term
  2. Early Repeat Cesarean Delivery
    Early term repeat cesarean delivery without medical indication  

  3. Post-Date Inductions Done Early
    Post-date induction before 41+0 weeks gestation for women under 40 years of age at time of delivery  

  4. Only Intermittent Auscultation in Low-Risk Deliveries
    Exclusive use of intermittent auscultation in labouring women without risk factors who delivered vaginally
  5. Healthy Babies Fed Only Breast Milk
    Healthy term singletons receiving exclusive breast milk from birth to discharge  

  6. Attempted VBAC for Eligible Women
    Attempted vaginal birth rate for eligible parous women under 40 years of age with a history of cesarean and a singleton vertex pregnancy at term

Data Notes and FAQs
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About the Data

Accessing the Data

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Summary Graphs – 2013/14 data for all hospitals for each indicator

By Facility

To view data for each facility, please use the tool below. Please note that there may be a timeout period due to inactivity; if so, you will need to re-select the facility and indicator(s).

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