PH DuBois Listed On 100 Great Community Hospitals

Penn Highlands DuBois has been listed as one of the 100 Great Community Hospitals by Becker’s Hospital Review for the second year in a row.

Becker’s Hospital Review is a publication of Becker's Healthcare, the leading source of cutting-edge business and legal information for healthcare industry leaders.

Becker's Hospital Review and four other Becker’s Healthcare publications print a number of lists of outstanding facilities and individuals throughout the year. These lists include the 100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare, the 100 Great Hospitals in America and the 30 Most Powerful People in Healthcare, as well as a variety of lists on outstanding physicians, healthcare leaders, hospitals and surgery centers.

For this list, 100 Great Community Hospitals in America, those mentioned are compiled through a lengthy research and review process.

The editorial team starts a master list of facilities based on national rankings or original research. The list is a "lists of lists," which highlight institutions that are consistently lauded by other industry ranking companies.

Each list is vetted through a panel of industry experts. These experts provide feedback on the chosen entries and note any oversights prior to publication. Each list is published on the appropriate publication website, and some lists are also included in the print publication.

This year, Becker’s said of PH DuBois that “Penn Highlands DuBois' seven centers of excellence, including The Heart Center, The Hahne Cancer Center and The Women's Health Center, provide care to west central Pennsylvania residents. DuBois-based Penn Highlands Healthcare is the parent company of the hospital and four others facilities. Penn Highlands DuBois operates a QCare Urgent Care center in addition to emergency care services.”

“We are extremely honored to receive this award for the second time,” John Sutika, president of PH DuBois, said. “Our physicians and staff work tirelessly to care for our patients and provide the best care possible.”