Carolinas Medical Center earns accolade from the National Research Corporation

CHARLOTTE – For the 14th time, the National Research Corporation has named Carolinas Medical Center the region’s “Most Preferred Hospital” by the National Research Corporation.

The award is given to the hospital that health-care consumers have identified as having the most outstanding quality and image within their metropolitan service area and reflects the growing role that consumer choice plays in health-care delivery.

Carolinas Medical Center was one of only 291 facilities chosen as a winner in the top 300 markets across the country. It also has been the only hospital in the Charlotte region to receive this designation for four consecutive years.

“It’s exciting for CMC to be selected as the top hospital in the region year after year, and for its physicians and employees to be recognized for their hard work and dedication to quality and patient care,” said the hospital’s president, Suzanne Freeman in a news release. “This award truly reflects Carolinas HealthCare System’s teamwork approach and philosophy of uncompromising excellence and commitment to care. It is proof of what is possible when we all work together.”

This year’s research used data collected from the largest national consumer survey on health care, TICKER, formerly Healthcare Market Guide. The data included responses from more than 250,000 households nationwide, representing more than 450,000 consumers.

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