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Avera Queen of Peace Hospital named among 2016 top 100 rural and Community Hospitals by iVantage Health Analytics

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, in Mitchell, has been named among the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals by iVantage Health Analytics. This is the first year that iVantage has named the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals, in addition to its ...

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, in Mitchell, has been named among the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals by iVantage Health Analytics.

This is the first year that iVantage has named the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals, in addition to its annual recognition of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals. iVantage is a leading national provider of health care analytic and decision support tools.

Avera Queen of Peace’s performance as a hospital was assessed through the lens of the Hospital Strength INDEX that compares hospitals across a continuum of financial, value-based and market-driven indicators, aggregating data from more than 70 individual metrics into three major categories and nine pillars for each facility.

“Rural and community hospitals comprise a large portion of our nation’s health care. We are honored to be listed among the Top 100. Community hospitals provide the quality health services that are needed in the vast majority of cases, so people can access this vital care close to home,” said Tom Clark, CEO and regional president of Avera Queen of Peace Hospital.

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