Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital Awards
Nationally Recognized Hospital
Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital is award-winning! Our dedication to quality,
outstanding patient outcomes, and financial stability have contributed
to the achievement of multiple healthcare industry awards.
Awarding Winning Hospital
2020 Stroke Hero Award - MDMH’s stroke program works to provide a fast response and has
built a team with the
2018, 2017, 2016 and 2013
Top 100 Critical Access Hospital
- iVantage Health Analytics named Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital one of its
Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in 2013 and again in 2016. The Top 100
Critical Access Hospitals are the nation's best rural safety-net institutions.
There are a total of 2078 rural hospitals in America, of which are 1284
are Critical Access Hospitals. Based on the number of hospitals involved
nationally, this award is especially meaningful to Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital.
2016 MDMH received
Baby-Friendly Designated birth facility
recognition from Baby-Friendly USA. This award is valid for 5 years and
joins more than 20,000 other facilities with this prestigious award. Read
about our birthing center
2016 MDMH EMS earned State of Montana EMS Provider of the Year: Consistently exhibiting
dedication to improving patient care through education, injury prevention,
community awareness, medical director involvement and cooperation with
other emergency service organizations in their community.
2015 MDMH EMS earned a Silver Award for Mission: Lifeline Recognition Overall quality of care for the STEMI patient.
2015 National iVantage Health Analytics Award Overall excellence in quality
2015 Business of the Year - Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce
- 2015, 2014, 2011 Bitterroot Best Employer
- 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2011 Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Commitment
to Quality Award
2015 - 2009, 2008 Performance Improvement Network (PIN) Quality Awards
- Heart Failure Care
- Pneumonia Care
- Pressure Ulcer Prevention
Mountain Pacific Quality Achievement Award
This award focuses on excellence in health care through collaboration
with health care professionals and advocates to ensure the right care
is provided to every person, every time. The Quality Achievement Award
recognizes MDMH's commitment to quality care.
Quality Improvement Award for Heart Failure Care
This Montana Rural Healthcare Performance Improvement Network (PIN) Quality
Improvement Award focuses on providing exceptional care to patients after
a diagnosis of heart failure, giving the proper care to avoid re-admission
to the hospital. It is a multi-disciplinary effort, involving nursing,
physicians, and infection control. The PIN also awarded Marcus Daly Memorial
Hospital the PIN Quality Pressure Ulcer Prevention Award and the PIN Quality
Pneumonia Care Award.
HIMSS Stage 6 Award
MDMH adopted the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in 2011, and has achieved
Stage 6 designation.
Healthcare's Most Wired
Hospitals & Health Networks sponsors the annual Most Wired Survey,
which is an industry-standard benchmark study. The survey is designed
to measure the level of IT (Internet Technology) adoption in U.S. hospitals
and health systems. Most Wired hospitals lead the way in technological
integration at all levels, from Infrastructure and Business and Administration
applications to Clinical Quality and Safety and Care Continuum.