AMH Earns Top 100 Critical Access Hospital Award

 

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Recognition • Antelope Memorial Hospital was recently recognized as a 2024 Top 100 critical-access hospital among the nation's 1,353 rural hospitals by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. Pictured are AMH department directors (l-r): Megan Becklun, Merry Sprout, Gayle Carlson, Dan Payne, Marvi Pruden, Sarah Dunn, Diane Brugger, Ryan Gallagher, Mary Tomjack, Molly Navratil, Meggie Anderson, Kristen Kester and Randee Wright. Last fall, AMH was also the winner of Chartis' Performance Leadership Award and Rural Provider Excellence in Quality Award, reflecting AMH's status in the Top 10%in overall quality performance among Nebraska's 63 critical-access hospitals.

In February, Antelope Memorial Hospital was recognized as a 2024 Top 100 critical-access hospital by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. Chartis' annual Top 100 award program recognizes outstanding performance among the nation's 1,353 rural hospitals. Last fall, AMH was also the winner of Chartis' Performance Leadership Award for excellence and Rural Provider Excellence in Quality Award, reflecting AMH's status in the Top 10% in overall quality performance among Nebraska's 63 critical-access hospitals.

"We are truly honored to receive the 2024 Top 100 critical-access hospital award," said...



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