Hoosier Hospitals Make Top 100 Lists

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Schneck Medical Center in Seymour is included in the Top Rural & Community Hospitals list. (photo courtesy of Schneck Medical Center) Schneck Medical Center in Seymour is included in the Top Rural & Community Hospitals list. (photo courtesy of Schneck Medical Center)

Several Indiana hospitals are included in two lists from The Chartis Center for Rural Health that feature the top 100 critical access hospitals and rural and community hospitals. The healthcare advisory services and analytics company says the lists are based on the results of the Hospital Strength Index from iVantage Health Analytics, which provides a "comprehensive and objective assessment of rural provider performance."

The Chartis Center says the hospitals that make the lists serve as benchmarks for other rural facilities. "(They) are excelling in managing risk, achieving higher quality, securing better outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction, and operating at a lower cost than their peers."

The Indiana honorees on the lists include:

Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals

  • Cameron Memorial Community Hospital - Angola (Steuben County)
  • Margaret Mary Health - Batesville (Ripley County)
  • Putnam County Hospital - Greencastle

Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals

  • Henry County Memorial Hospital - New Castle
  • King's Daughters' Health - Madison (Jefferson County)
  • Major Hospital - Shelbyville (Shelby County)
  • Marion General Hospital - Marion (Grant County)
  • Memorial Hospital - South Bend (St. Joseph County)
  • Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center - Jasper (Dubois County) 
  • Parkview Huntington Hospital - Huntington (Huntington County)
  • Parkview Noble Hospital - Kendallville (Noble County)
  • Schneck Medical Center - Seymour (Jackson County)

You can connect to the full lists by clicking here.

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