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St. Luke receives national recognition

| May 2, 2024 12:00 AM

St. Luke Community Healthcare was recently named a 2024 Top Hospital for Fair Share Spending by the Lown Institute. It’s an honor shared with only the top 20% of hospitals nationwide who meet or exceed their obligations for community investment.

“This award demonstrates St. Luke’s continued commitment to investing in our community and improving the health and well-being of our patients,” says CEO Steve Todd.

Alongside this honor, St. Luke was also recognized as a leading hospital in Montana for Health Equity, Community Benefit and Patient Satisfaction. These accolades showcase the healthcare institution’s ongoing efforts to provide fair and equitable services while ensuring patients feel valued and cared for.

The recognition “speaks volumes about the dedication and passion our staff devote to their community daily,” said Todd.

For more than 70 years, Ronan’s community-owned and operated hospital has served as a vital hub for health and wellness in the Mission Valley. In addition, St. Luke has a network of community clinics in Polson, Ronan and St. Ignatius, and employs more than 400 professionals who offer a wide range of primary care and specialty services.