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Business News March 18, 2021

Sanford Luverne Medical Center has been named a “Top 100 Critical Access Hospital” for 2021, according to a list released by the Chartis Center for Rural Health.
“It’s an honor to be named a top 100 critical access hospital,” said Tammy Loosbrock, senior director of Sanford Luverne. “Our team of physicians, nurses, techs, assistants and many other ancillary staff pride themselves on the hard work and dedication to the communities we serve. At Sanford, our goal has always been to provide quality health care close to home, making access to health care convenient for our patients.”
According to the Chartis Group website, hospitals making the “Top 100 Critical Access Hospital” list serve as a benchmark for other rural systems.
“Amidst uncertainty, transition and strain, these top performers are excelling in increasing patient satisfaction, securing better outcomes for patients, managing risk, achieving higher quality and operating at a lower cost than their peers,” the website stated.
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