VH Hospitals reach the top 100 in a nationwide survey

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Valley Health (VH) reports that 5 of their hospitals have placed well in a nationwide survey.

The Chartis Center for Rural Health completes a nationwide report on the performance of rural hospitals annually.

In the 2024 report 5 of Valley Health’s hospitals were placed in the top 100 nationally.

Among VH’s Critical Access Hospitals Shenandoah, Page, War, and Hampshire Memorial Hospitals all placed in the top 100.

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital is the only Virginia hospital to be placed in the top 100 for three years straight.

Both Hampshire and War Memorial were the only West Virginia hospitals to reach the top 100.

The larger Warren Memorial Hospital reached the top 100 on the list of Rural and Community Hospitals.

Warren Memorial is not federally designated as a Critical Access Hospital having less than 25 acute care inpatient beds.

Conditionally a Non-Critical Access hospital also has to be located more than 35 miles from another hospital along with other criteria.

Warren Memorial was one of only four Virginia hospitals to make the Rural and Community list.

These lists are compiled from publicly reported data along with 36 measures of quality, outcomes, patient satisfaction and cost among that criteria.

VH President and CEO Mark Nantz calls the rankings a testament to the high level of care provided by hospital caregivers every day.

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