Perham Health ranked in Top 10 Minnesota Hospitals

Perham Health was also ranked as number 283 in the United States

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Perham Health was recently ranked as one of the top 10 hospitals in Minnesota by Newsweek magazine.
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PERHAM — Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals report for 2022 is out, and Perham Health is listed in the Top 10 Hospitals in Minnesota and ranked 283rd in the top 500 hospitals in the U.S.

Top 10 Hospitals in Minnesota for 2022

  1. Mayo Clinic – Rochester, MN (#1 in the U.S.)
  2. St. Cloud Hospital – St. Cloud, MN (#54 in the U.S.)
  3. University of Minnesota Medical Center – Minneapolis, MN (#63 in the U.S.)
  4. Abbott Northwestern Hospital – Minneapolis, MN (#109 in the U.S.)
  5. Regions Hospital – St. Paul, MN (#123 in the U.S.)
  6. Fairview Southdale Hospital – Edina, MN (#167 in the U.S.)
  7. Fairview Ridges Hospital – Burnsville, MN (#196 in the U.S.)
  8. Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital – St. Louis Park, MN (#199 in the U.S.) 
  9. Mayo Clinic Health System – Albert Lea, MN (#206 in the U.S.)
  10. Perham Health – Perham, MN (#283 in the U.S.)

Newsweek collaborated with Statista, a data storage and analysis company, to review three data sources: results from patient experience surveys, data on quality measures, and recommendations from medical experts.
“I am extremely proud of everyone at Perham Health for this well-deserved recognition,” said Perham Health CEO Chuck Hofius. “The criteria for this award favors large, urban hospitals that tend to be top-of-mind, such as Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins. For Perham Health to receive this award — the only small, rural community hospital listed in the state’s top 10 — is a testament to the exceptional team of professionals across our organization working together to deliver great care and great service.”

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