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Page4A Wednesday, June 5, 2013 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas t: Community Breakfast C|latl p|( s LORACHENEY The Burnet Chamber of Commerce held their annual Breakfast of Champions for the 2012- 2013 Burnet High school Students on May 29. The Breakfast of Champions was held at the Highlander Restaurant and honored the students who received all "A's" each six weeks for the school year. Attending Honorees were: Freshman Class: Halley M. Letterman, Nicholas A. Nenchaca, Trent C. Rockafellow, and Jill L. Rosow; Sophmore Class: Jason W. Edmondson, Danielle N. Lindley, Jared A. McHazlett, and Drew L. Salinas; Junior Class: Caleb J. Cardozo, Haley N. Frank, Seth H. Timmons, and Ryan B. Winkler; Senior Class: Roman A. Castillo', Kathryn B. Drake, and S. Tess Greenlees. Seton Highland Lakes only 'Top 1 O0 Critical Access Hospital' in Texas FROM STAFF REPORTS designation. Seton Highland Lakes Hospital, a member of the Seton Healthcare Fam- ily, is the only Texas hospital named to the list of iVantage HealthStrong Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs} in the U.S. This is the second year in a row for Seton Highland Lakes to receive this national designation. "We are committed to providing our patients in the Highland Lakes area the same, high-quality health care and services found in urban hospitals and clinics," said Arie Dejong, vice president and chief operating officer of Seton Highland Lakes Hospital and its affiliated clinics in Bertram, Bur- net, Kingsland, Lampasas and Marble Fails. "We are proud our state-of-the- art services and outstanding care has been recognized on a national ldvel for the second year in a row." iVantage HealthStrong Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals score best among critical access hospitals on the iVantage Health Analytics' Hospi- tal Strength Index. The 2013 Top 100 CAH announce- ment is the second release of this The Hospital Strength Index is the first-ever comprehensive rating of CAHs and the results recognize the top rural hospitals that provide safety net health care to communities across America. Hospitals are measured across 56 different performance metrics, in- cluding quality, patient outcomes, patient perspective, affordability and efficiency. More information can be found at www.iVantageHealth.com/HSI. "Rural hospitals play a criti- cal role in providing needed care to communities across America, yet the challenges are completely differ- ent while being as complex as urban hospitals," said John Morrow, execu- tive vice president of iVantage Health Analytics. "The need for enhanced performance and a framework for success are equally important as hos- pitals prepare for the impact of health reform." iVantage Health Analytics is a privately held health care business intelligence and technology compa- ny serving more than 500 hospitals across the United States. ",, PRESENTS ",f BUIINET I 11 i