Ministry Saint Clare’s Named Great Community Hospital by Becker’s Hospital Review
For the second consecutive year, Ministry Saint Clare’s Hospital in Weston is one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s "100 Great Community Hospitals," a list based on hospitals' quality of care and service to community.
According to Becker’s, the 100 Great Community Hospitals have fewer than 550 beds and minimal teaching programs. The listing includes facilities that are independent or part of larger health systems.
Ministry Saint Clare’s is joined on the list by Calumet Medical Center, Chilton which is also part of the Ministry Health Care system. In total, 12 Wisconsin Hospitals were named Great Community Hospitals by Becker’s.
“This is another example of our associates and physicians commitment to provide the quality of care and the experience patients expect,” said Ministry Saint Clare’s President Mary Krueger.
The Becker's Hospital Review editorial team selected community hospitals based on rankings and awards from iVantage Health Analytics, Truven Health Analytics, CareChex, and the American Hospital Association. iVantage awards considered include Healthstrong Hospitals — which are hospitals in the top tier of iVantage's Hospital Strength Index rankings — and the Top 100 Critical Access Hospital list, which indicates the hospital performs as well or better at the median overall than the full census of all U.S. general acute-care hospitals in clinical and operational performance and financial and qualitative outcomes. Inclusion on Truven Health Analytics' 100 Top Hospitals list also factored in.
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