Providence St. Patrick Hospital named "Top Heart Hospital in Montana' by US News

Providence St. Patrick Hospital has received the “Top Heart Center” designation for Montana by US News & World Report.

St. Patrick Hospital received “high performing” status in the following:

  • Aortic Valve Surgery
  • Heart Attack
  • Heart Failure

US News studies various data categories from 779 hospitals in the United States. Data includes survival rates, prolonged hospitalizations, discharging patients to home, 30-day readmissions, infection prevention, stroke prevention, patient experience, volume of patients, public data transparency, and ICU certified intensivists.

Hospitals are scored in all categories, and then the scores are ranked to other hospitals in the nation and state. Providence St. Patrick Hospital scored the highest in Montana.

Providence St. Patrick Hospital’s cardiac team uses state-of-the-art technologies and treatments to address complex conditions for exceptional outcomes. The Providence Heart Institute at St. Pat’s has established itself as a premier facility for excellence in cardiology, serving Montana and beyond. With nine facilities throughout Montana and Idaho, people have convenient access to all our heart services.

Kirk Bodlovic, Interim Chief Executive, Providence Montana, says, "We are proud of our cardiac team and all our caregivers who work diligently to provide the best care for our patients. Recognition like this reflects our commitment to clinical excellence and outstanding patient care.”

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