Earlier in the week, for the first time ever, in collaboration with Statista Inc., a global marketing research and consumer data company, Newsweek went on to compile a list of top 1,000 hospitals in the world.
As per the compilation, nearly Twenty Southern California hospitals made the list of the top 1,000 hospitals amongst which three hospitals in that area namely UCLA Medical Center, Sinai Medical Center and Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center are ranked among the top 100 worldwide.
As per revealed by Statista and Newsweek, both companies evaluated hospitals using 25 commonly used measures including patient wait time, quality of treatment, care time communication, and employee pay along with data charting hospital recommendations from peers, patient experience surveys measuring hospital satisfaction. Additionally, in the report, rankings were also divided nation-wise.
According to Erik G. Wexler, the chief executive of Providence St. Joseph Health of Southern California, “We feel extremely pleased to be included in this first-ever list that measures not only the quality care we provide for our patients, but also the dedication we have towards our caregivers who provide quality care in a healing environment that treats the whole person – body, mind, and spirit.”
As per reports, Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, Mission Hospital and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian are included in Providence St. Joseph Health of Southern California.
Furthermore, the ranking was topped by Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Also, Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Massachusetts General in Boston and Cleveland Clinic made up for the top 10 hospitals in the world.