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Nine rural hospitals in Utah have been recognized for excellence in a survey performed by iVantage Health Analytics, which rates facilities on hospital market, operational, clinical, and financial outcomes. Based on the survey, Central Valley Medical Center in Nephi was singled out as one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the nation.
“In these challenging economic times and the ever-changing face of healthcare as a result of the Affordable Care Act, it’s reassuring to know that Utah’s rural residents have access to high quality healthcare,” said Don Wood, director of the Office of Primary Care and Rural Health in the Utah Department of Health.
Eight other Utah hospitals were listed as top quartile performers in the same study. These are the others:
The following hospitals were recognized for excellence in patient satisfaction:
The following hospitals were recognized for excellence in efficiency:
The following were recognized for excellence in quality: