Three Greater Cincinnati medical centers are among the best in the country this year.
In its “World’s Best Hospitals” rankings for 2021, Newsweek magazine counts The Christ Hospital Health Network, University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health in the top 200 for general hospitals within the United States.
Based in Mt. Auburn, The Christ Hospital comes in at No. 76 on Newsweek’s list of 350 U.S. hospitals.
“This distinction recognizes the commitment of our team members to provide the highest quality of care for our community. I am proud to say that this award is among many recognitions our Network has received this year despite the innumerable obstacles we have faced with the pandemic,” Debbie Hayes, interim president and CEO of The Christ Hospital Health Network, says in a statement. “Awards like this are tangible evidence that we are pressing forth, despite the odds, delivering on our mission to provide value to the community by ensuring patients receive excellent clinical care and the finest experiences.”
University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health land at No. 134 and No. 190, respectively. The Jewish Hospital also earns an “above average” rating for its infection prevention measures as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.
Newsweek partnered with data firm Statista Inc. to evaluate hospitals in 25 countries based on patient surveys, key performance indicators and expert recommendations. The global list does not include specialized hospitals such as cancer or heart hospitals.
See the full list on Newsweek’s website.