Tomah Memorial Hospital has been named one of the top 100 critical access hospitals in the nation. iVantage Health Analytics – a national advisory and business analytic services company from Portland Maine compiled the list. It looked at  a variety of performance metrics, including quality, outcomes, patient perspective, affordability, population risk and efficiency. Hospital CEO Phil Stuart said the recognition is the result of work by many people. “It’s quite an honor and it validates the work the hospital staff, the medical staff, board of directors all put behind our efforts towards improving quality, maintaining costs, and to have an outside agency validate that on their own speaks volumes for our organization,” said Stuart. It is the second consecutive year the hospital scored in the top 100 of the nation’s 13-hundred critical access hospitals. Tomah Memorial was one of 15 Wisconsin hospitals named to the top 100.