MHA Announces Winners of 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award, Best Places to Work and more

(Helena, Mont.) – The Montana Hospital Association is pleased to announce recipients of its top honors for 2022 by highlighting healthcare heroes, innovative hospitals, and a host of individuals and organizations dedicated to excellence in care. The awards include the best places to work and the annual lifetime achievement award. The winners of the Montana Healthcare Awards for 2022 are:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award: Robert W. Olsen, Helena
  • Trustee of the Year Award: Patti Mitchell, Barrett Hospital & HealthCare, Dillon
  • Innovation in Healthcare Award: Benefis Health System, Great Falls
  • Caregiver of the Year Award: Todd Mohr, PA, St. James Healthcare, Intermountain Healthcare, Butte
  • Community Partnership Award: Logan Health, School-Based Health Program, Kalispell
  • Leadership in Quality and Patient Safety: St. Peter’s Health, Helena
  • Excellence in Behavioral Health Service Award: Billings Clinic, Empaths Program
  • Best Place to Work:
    • Large Hospital Category: St. Vincent Healthcare, Intermountain Healthcare, Billings
    • Small Hospital Category: Beartooth Billings Clinic, Red Lodge
    • Non-Hospital Category: Immanuel Lutheran Communities, Kalispell
  • Quality Program of the Year (awarded by the Montana Flex/Performance Improvement Program): Central Montana Medical Center, Lewistown

“Every day, healthcare heroes give their time, talents, and hard work to help heal their neighbors. At the same time, Montana hospitals are working around the clock to keep the lights on for our communities. It’s our honor to take a moment to showcase the individuals and organizations who are leading the way to make Montana stronger and healthier,” said Rich Rasmussen, Montana Hospital Association CEO. “We encourage you to learn more about these well-deserving award recipients and join us in saluting their amazing efforts to go above and beyond in their service to others.”

The Montana Hospital Association (MHA) is the principal advocate for the interests of members in their efforts to improve the health status of the communities they serve. MHA, in partnership with our communities, will make Montana a “Top 10 Healthy State.” Learn more here.


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