U.S. News has published its Best Hospitals Honor Roll, listing the 19 institutions that achieved high scores in at least six specialties.
U.S. News analyzed data on 5,453 medical centers to produce this year’s 16 specialty rankings. Only 170 hospitals were ranked in one or more specialties and, of those, just 19 were of Honor Roll caliber. To be in this elite group, which rewards breadth of excellence, a hospital had to achieve high scores in six or more specialties. The order is based on points—a hospital earned 2 points for ranking at or close to the top in a specialty, 1 point if ranked slightly lower.
1 Johns Hopkins Hospital
2 Mayo Clinic
3 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
4 Cleveland Clinic
5 Massachusetts General Hospital
6 New York-Presbyterian Univ. Hosp.
7 UCSF Medical Center
8 Brigham and Women’s Hospital
8 Duke University Medical Center
10 Hosp. of the Univ. of Pennsylvania
10 Univ. of Washington Medical Center
12 Barnes-Jewish Hospital/ Washington University
13 University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
14 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
15 Vanderbilt University Medical Center
16 Stanford Hospital and Clinics
17 University of Chicago Medical Center
18 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
19 Yale-New Haven Hospital
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