Released annually, the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospital rankings looks at death rates, patient safety, and hospital reputation, among a number of other factors to determine a hospital’s standing. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) ranked third in the country and Brigham and Women’s Hospital ranked 13th, both of which are a part of Partners Healthcare. MGH and McLean Hospital, also part of Partners Healthcare, ranked first and second in psychiatric care.
Boston Children’s Hospital ranked as the number one children’s hospital, in addition to being ranked first in eight out of the ten pediatric specialties. Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary ranked first in ear, nose and throat hospitals.
The rankings demonstrate Boston’s continued success as a world renowned healthcare leader.
The New England Council congratulates Mass Eye and Ear, Boston Children’s Hospital, MGH, Mclean Hospital, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital on their rankings.