RUTLAND — For the second year in a row, Rutland Regional Medical Center has been named a “Best Regional Hospital” by U.S. News & World Report for 2018-2019. According to a new release, RRMC is the only hospital in Vermont to receive this designation. Out of 4,500 hospitals evaluated nationwide, only 520 received “Best Regional Hospital” status. “Kudos to everyone for this terrific achievement,” said Claudio Fort, president and CEO of RRMC. “A lot of hard work, dedication, attention to detail, and focus on the patient must all align in order for recognition of this caliber to come to Rutland Regional. This is truly something that everyone should be proud of.”  

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