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JRMC named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital

Top 100 hospitals are top performers, excelling in financial efficiency, achieving higher quality, securing better outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction and operating at a lower cost than their peers.

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GRAND FORKS – Jamestown Regional Medical Center, a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) in Jamestown, has been named one of the Top 100 CAHs in the country for 2022, according to the Chartis Center for Rural Health. North Dakota has eight CAHs named to this year’s Top 100.

Top 100 hospitals are top performers, excelling in financial efficiency, achieving higher quality, securing better outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction and operating at a lower cost than their peers.

“We are proud to see so many North Dakota CAHs represented this year,” said Jody Ward, program director of the North Dakota CAH Quality Network . “Throughout the state, our hospitals have continually kept up with an influx of patients while maintaining the high-quality patient care we are known for. To see eight of our hospitals being recognized in the Top 100 means we are doing things correctly.”

Other North Dakota hospitals receiving Top 100 recognition include Towner County Medical Center, Cando; Pembina County Memorial Hospital, Cavalier; CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson, Dickinson; Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center, Elgin; Sakakawea Medical Center, Hazen; West River Health Services, Hettinger, and Linton Hospital, Linton.

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The Chartis Group provides comprehensive advisory services and analytics to the health care industry. Chartis helps leading academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks, children's hospitals and health care service organizations achieve transformative results.

The  Center for Rural Health  offers programs to assist researchers, educators, policymakers, health care providers, and most important, rural residents to address changing rural environments. For more information, visit  RuralHealth.und.edu .

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