Compare hospital infection ratings in Tennessee. TN Reports on Healthcare Associated Infections for Healthcare Consumers to compare TN hospitals in how well they avoided healthcare infections in 2019 and 2020. Each hospital identified as to whether the same, or significantly better (lower) or worse (higher, shown in red) infection rates. Scroll to “Tennessee’s HAI Reports”. Central Line-Associated blood stream infections (CLABSI), Catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI), surgical site infections for colon surgery or abdominal hysterectomy, C.Diff and MRSA infections all shown.Acute care hospital infection rates, LTACs (long-term acute care hospitals), and inpatient rehab hospitals or specialty hospitals are included in the reports. Facility- Specific Summaries start on page 307 of a 600+ page report. Healthcare worker vaccination rates for influenza (2020-2021 flu season) are also covered in the report. Published by Tenn Dept of Health, October 2021.