At LVHN, our quest to build brighter tomorrows includes an unwavering commitment to deliver the highest quality care.

Here are recognitions achieved in 2021

  • LVHN is a nationally certified Great Place to Work for the second consecutive year and a Fortune Best Workplace in Health Care and Biopharma. Certification is based on a survey in which employees state they feel good about the ways LVHN contributes to the community and a sense of pride when they look at what LVHN accomplishes.
  • For the eighth straight year, U.S. News & World Report ranks Lehigh Valley Hospital (LVH) as the region’s No. 1 hospital and a top five hospital in Pennsylvania.
  • In recognition of the safe care we provide, the Leapfrog Group gives our hospitals an “A” on its Hospital Safety Grade report.
  • LVH–Muhlenberg received accreditation as a Level II Trauma Center, providing in-house trauma surgeon coverage, neurosurgical coverage, orthopedic trauma coverage and more.
  • We received an “A” grade from the Lown Institute, which rates hospitals on patient outcomes and safety, cost efficiency, social responsibility and other criteria.
  • For the second year in a row, LVHN received Level 10 designation from the College of Healthcare Information Management. Nationwide, only 15 organizations received this designation. It means LVHN is among the best at implementing the latest technologies to provide state-of-the-art care to you.
  • Healthgrades ranks Coordinated Health among the best hospitals for safety and orthopedic specialties.
  • Newsweek lists Lehigh Valley Hospital’s inpatient rehabilitation centers on its list of America's Best for the second straight year.
  • Four LVHN hospitals received the American Heart Association “Get With The Guidelines Stroke Quality Achievement Award.”
  • LVH–Hazleton is recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as a Keystone 10 designated facility that supports breastfeeding and skin-to-skin contact for newborns.
  • LVHN’s nurse residency program is the first in Pennsylvania to be reaccredited for a second consecutive cycle. Since the program’s first accreditation, 87% of graduates remain with LVHN.