U.S. News & World Report Names Texoma Medical Center a High Performing Hospital for Kidney Failure, Heart Failure, COPD, Diabetes, and Stroke
U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in hospital rankings and consumer advice, has named Texoma Medical Center (TMC) as a 2022-2023 High Performing hospital for Kidney Failure, Heart Failure, COPD, Diabetes, and Stroke. This is the highest award a hospital can earn for U.S. News’ Best Hospitals Procedures & Conditions ratings.
The annual Procedures & Conditions ratings are designed to assist patients and their doctors in making informed decisions about where to receive care for challenging health conditions or elective procedures.
Texoma Medical Center earned a High Performing rating for Kidney Failure, Heart Failure, COPD, Diabetes, and Stroke, in recognition of care that was significantly better than the national average, as measured by factors such as patient outcomes.
Ron Seal, TMC Chief Executive Officer, said, “To be recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a High Performing Hospital is an incredible testament to our staff’s hard work, dedication, and commitment to delivering compassionate as well as high-quality patient care. I am extremely proud of our staff and this tremendous accomplishment.”
For the 2022-2023 Best Hospitals rankings and ratings, U.S. News evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals across 15 specialties and 20 procedures and conditions. Fewer than half of all hospitals received any High Performing rating, and only four earned this rating in all procedures and conditions. State and metro area rankings reflect the highest performing hospitals in the area across multiple areas of care.
“When patients are considering their options for care, the Best Hospitals ratings are designed to help them identify hospitals that excel in the kind of care they may need,” said Ben Harder, chief of health analysis and managing editor at U.S. News. “A hospital that’s earned a High Performing rating in a service may be a good option for patients in need of that service and their medical professionals to consider.”