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MetroWest Medical Center recognized!

High-Quality Care. National Recognition. 

MetroWest Medical Center is pleased to announce that we have received the America’s 100 Best Hospitals Award from Healthgrades®, a leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals. This distinction places us among the top two percent of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide, based on our consistent, year-over-year clinical performance. For this recognition, we are honored—and we are inspired to keep up the good work. 

MetroWest’s Quality Commitment 

We are committed to providing high quality, comprehensive health care, quickly and effectively, to every patient who comes through our doors. So, whether you’re here for emergency heart treatment or a simple vaccination, you’ll receive the highest level of quality care. 

About the “America’s 100 Best Hospitals” award. 

(from Healthgrades.com) 
America’s Best Hospitals is the highest distinction offered by Healthgrades®. These hospitals exhibit exceptional, comprehensive, and consistent quality year over year. Simply put, patients are more likely to have a successful treatment without major complications—and have a lower chance of dying—at America’s Best Hospitals

From 2014 through 2019, patients treated in hospitals achieving Healthgrades® America’s 100 Best Hospitals Award had, on average, 22.3 percent lower risk of dying than if they were treated in hospitals that did not receive this award, as measured across 19 rated conditions and procedures where mortality is the outcome. 

During this same period, if all other hospitals, as a group, performed at the level of America’s 100 Best HospitalsAward recipients across these 19 procedures and conditions, 162,284 lives could potentially have been saved. 

How are America’s 100 Best Hospitals determined? 

(from Healthgrades.com) 
Healthgrades® America’s 100 Best Hospitals Award recognizes the top 100 hospitals that received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence each year for at least the last five years. The list is made up of those hospitals that were identified as America’s 50 Best Hospitals as described above with the addition of the next 50 top hospitals, identified by consecutive years of achieving the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence and volume-weighted average z-score. These hospitals are recognized as the top 2% in the nation for overall clinical excellence by Healthgrades® in 2019.

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