Healthgrades names Renown Regional Medical Center a top 250 hospital

Renown Regional Medical Center is located off Mill Street just east of downtown Reno.

Renown Regional Medical Center is located off Mill Street just east of downtown Reno. Courtesy Photo

Healthgrades recently announced award recipients of 2021 America's 250 Best Hospitals; Renown Regional Medical Center was among those recognized among top hospitals in the nation.

Healthgrades determines this distinction based on clinical quality outcomes for 32 conditions and procedures, according to a May 10 press release from Renown Health.

“I am honored to lead and support dedicated healthcare heroes who are working tirelessly to make a genuine difference in the health and well-being of every patient and family we serve,” Dr. Tony Slonim, President and CEO of Renown, said in a statement. “We understand our patients place a great deal of trust in our caregivers with every visit they make to Renown medical practices and our hospitals. This recognition from Healthgrades confirms patients are well-served by Renown providers. I am pleased to join our community in honoring Renown Regional Medical Center as one of the best hospitals in the nation.”

According to Renown, patients treated at America’s Best Hospitals “are more likely to experience a successful treatment without major complications.”

Go here for the full 2021 list.

“As the only accredited trauma center between Sacramento and Salt Lake City, we receive and care for patients with varying health needs from over 100,000 square miles. Our communities depend on Renown Regional Medical Center for skilled and compassionate care,” Erik Olson, CEO of Renown Regional Medical Center, said in a statement. We are proud of our talented healthcare teams who are committed to producing the best possible health outcomes for our patients, so they can get back to living their best lives.”

Renown has been recognized in the past several months by various national organizations for quality and excellence, including U.S. News & World Report, American Stroke Association, Joint Commission, American College of Surgeons and the American College of Radiology.


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