Published on September 21, 2022



Milford, Mass.— The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its 2022 overall hospital quality star ratings, and once again, Milford Regional Medical Center has received a five-star rating; the highest rating given by the national agency.

Milford Regional was one of only 11 hospitals in Massachusetts and 429 hospitals nationally to receive the five-star rating, which is based on data compiled from 2021. MRMC received the same five-star rating last year.

“Receiving this highest possible rating from CMS is significant and only comes with a full team effort,” said Milford Regional Medical Center’s President & CEO Edward Kelly. “The rating speaks volumes to the caliber and collaboration of our clinical, support and administrative teams in ensuring such excellence.”

CMS’ ratings are calculated by taking the weighted average of the hospital’s score from each of the five measured categories which include mortality, safety of care, readmission, patient experience and timely and effective care.

CMS developed the star-rating program to help consumers choose highly-rated hospitals based on comparing data on the CMS hospital compare website. 



Milford Regional Medical Center is a full-service, community and regional teaching hospital located in Milford, Mass. and serves patients from more than 20 towns in Central Massachusetts. The 149-bed medical center is a nonprofit, acute-care facility, where more than 300 primary care and specialty physicians are committed to providing exceptional healthcare services to our community with dignity, compassion and respect.

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