Eric Lewis

Eric Lewis

Olympic Medical Center CEO earns recognition from Seattle Business Magazine

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center CEO Eric Lewis was recently named as a winner in Seattle Business Magazine’s Leaders in Health Care Awards.

Silver award

Lewis, earning silver in the “Outstanding Medical Center/Hospital Executive” category, was one of 21 people and organizations recognized by the magazine.

“In this time of great turmoil in the health care industry, it’s more important than ever to recognize the institutions and individuals who are doing so much to make Washington state among the best places in the nation to receive health care,” Leslie Helm, executive editor of Seattle Business Magazine, said in a news release.

Health care leaders

The magazine recognized health care leaders during a gala March 1 in Seattle.

Judges selected gold and silver award honorees in 11 categories.

In partnership with the Washington Health Alliance (WHA), the magazine also honored four health care organizations ranked highest in the WHA’s patient experience survey of consumers using 114 primary care medical groups and 351 clinics across the state.

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