Providence Medical Center receives Top 100 honor
Providence Medical Center CEO Jim Frank announced Tuesday that he has received notification that Providence Medical Center has been named a 2016 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital by IVantage Health Analytics.
"This is a very prestigious award and places PMC in the top 10 percent of all critical-access hospitals in the country based on analysis of 71 individual performance metrics monitored by Ivantage," Frank said. "I want to congratulate and thank all of my employees for the important work they do each and every day. Their efforts to provide high quality, patient centered care are being recognized."
As a top performer, Providence Medical Center is now a member of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospital Leadership Group, a networking group that gathers periodically to exchange best practices and discuss industry trends and challenges. Providence Medical Center will be recognized at the National Rural Health Association CAH Conference scheduled for Sept. 21 in Kansas City.