Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been ranked one of the top 20 highest critical access hospitals in the country, according to the National Rural Health Association.

iVantage Health Analytics used national databases to rank 1,300 critical access hospitals across the country, according to a press release from the hospital. Rankings were based on three factors, and Martha’s Vineyard Hospital overall scored 93.8 per cent in risk, 99.7 per cent in value, and 94 per cent in the financial stability category.

“I am truly honored to have the opportunity to work with all the doctors and nurses, administrative and support staff. They ensure that Martha’s Vineyard Hospital meets our mission to provide quality care each and every day,” hospital president and CEO Timothy J. Walsh said in the press release.

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital opened in 1922, and was designated as a critical access hospital in 2001. It is a member of Partners Healthcare.