Thornton, CO – North Suburban Medical Center earned straight A’s from the Lown Institute Hospitals Index for Social Responsibility, making it one of the 20 Most Socially Responsible Hospitals in the U.S.

As the only Level II Trauma Center in Adams County, North Suburban fills a large need for trauma services, while serving a diverse, growing population with a wealth of healthcare services in the north metro Denver area.

“North Suburban has been a pillar in the community for nearly 40 years and receiving this recognition reaffirms our dedication to some of the more vulnerable communities in the Denver area and the state of Colorado,” said Hollie Seeley, President and CEO for North Suburban Medical Center. “Since our founding, we have been committed to the care and improvement of human life, and this ranking is a testament to the impact our dedicated colleagues and providers have on the communities we serve.”

North Suburban was ranked among 3,606 other hospitals nationally, looking at each facility’s health equity, value of care and patient outcomes. In order to be named a “most socially responsible” hospital, recipients must have received straight A’s across all measures with less than two percent of hospitals receiving this designation.

Learn more about the Lown Institute Hospitals Index on for Social Responsibility.