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Tioga Medical Center Named Top 20 Critical Access Hospital


(TIOGA, ND) – The National Rural Health Association has awarded Tioga Medical Center a 2024 Top 20 Best Practices in Quality designation, a distinction that recognizes the healthcare facility for the outstanding quality of care they deliver to their patients.


The top 20 critical access hospitals (CAHs), including Tioga Medical Center, scored best among the more than 1,300 CAHs in the nation, as determined by the Chartis Center for Rural Health Quality INDEX. All hospitals in the INDEX study were evaluated across rural-relevant process of care measures.


“This incredible recognition reinforces what we already know to be true – Tioga Medical Center is an exemplar of best practices in rural healthcare,” says Jamie Eraas, Tioga Medical Center President and CEO. “I cannot adequately express how proud I am of the entire Tioga Medical Center team for their unwavering commitment to our patients and their families. We will use this recognition to further fuel our passion for providing outstanding healthcare to the communities we have the privilege of serving.”


Tioga Medical Center received this award one other time, in 2015.


About Tioga Medical Center


A nonprofit healthcare system, Tioga Medical Center proudly serves the communities of northwest North Dakota with clinics in Tioga, Ray and Powers Lake; a 25-bed critical access hospital; a Long-Term Care center; and Independent Living apartments.


About NRHA


NRHA is a nonprofit organization working to improve the health and well-being of rural Americans and provide leadership on rural health issues through advocacy, communications, education, and research. NRHA’s membership is made up of diverse individuals and organizations from across the country, all of whom share the common bond of an interest in rural health.


About Chartis


Chartis is a comprehensive health care advisory firm dedicated to helping clients build a healthier world. We work across the health care continuum with more than 900 clients annually, including providers, payers, health services organizations, technology and retail companies, and investors. Through times of change, challenge, and opportunity, we advise the industry on how to navigate disruption, pursue growth, achieve financial sustainability, unleash technology, improve care models and operations, enhance clinical quality and safety, and advance health equity. The teams we convene bring deep industry expertise and industry leading innovation, enabling clients to achieve transformational results and create positive societal impact. For more information, visit www.chartis.com.

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