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U.S. News places Parkview on Indiana top 10 list

Parkview Hospital’s two main campuses have landed in 10th place on a list of the best Indiana hospitals, as evaluated by U.S. News & World Report.

The Fort Wayne-based non-profit was recognized for performance at Parkview Randallia and Parkview Regional Medical Center. Some of the data used to determine the rankings was gathered at each site.

Parkview received high-performing designations in kidney- and lung-related treatment.

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