AHA Dec. 20 announced the leadership team from Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital, a 35-bed rural acute care hospital in Waimea, Hawaii, as the recipient of the association's 2023 Rural Hospital Leadership Team Award. The award recognizes small or rural hospital leaders who guide their hospital and community through change and innovation. Also recognized in the announcement were finalists Providence Alaska in Seward, Valdez and Kodiak, Alaska; Cass Health in Atlantic, Iowa; and Hannibal Regional Healthcare System in Hannibal, Mo. The award will be presented at the 37th annual AHA Rural Health Care Leadership Conference Feb. 11-14 in Orlando, Fla.  

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