37 US hospitals, health systems ranked among world's best for orthopedics by Newsweek

Alan Condon -  

Thirty-seven U.S. hospitals and health systems ranked among Newsweek's 125 best in the world for orthopedics, with five U.S. hospitals included in the top 10.

The magazine partnered with consumer research company Statista on the survey, which ranked hospitals in 20 countries.

The ranking, released March 2, is based on input from more than 40,000 medical experts, including physicians, healthcare professionals and hospital managers. Data was collected during an initial survey period from June to August 2021. To read more on the methodology, click here.

The top 10 orthopedic hospitals in the world:

1. Hospital for Special Surgery (New York City)

2. Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.)

3. Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin, Germany)

4. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)

5. The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)

6. Schulthess Klinik (Zürich, Switzerland)

7. Helios ENDO-Klinik Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)

8. Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli (Bologna, Italy)

9. Severance Hospital-Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea)

10. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles)

In addition, the following U.S. hospitals and health systems ranked among the 125 best in the world: 

  •         Brigham And Women's Hospital (Boston) — No. 11
  •         Rothman Orthopaedics at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia) — No. 13
  •         Cleveland Clinic — No. 15
  •         Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) — No. 16
  •         NYU Langone Hospitals (New York City) — No. 17
  •         Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City) — No. 25
  •         Stanford (Calif.) Health Care-Stanford Hospital — No. 31
  •         Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.) — No. 32
  •         Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis) — No. 35
  •         UCLA Health – Santa Monica (Calif.) Medical Center — No. 36
  •         NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and Cornell (New York City) — No. 41
  •         Rush University Medical Center (Chicago) — No. 44
  •         UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco) — No. 47
  •         Lenox Hill Hospital (New York City) — No. 57
  •         UCLA Health-Ronald Reagan Medical Center (Los Angeles) — No. 59
  •         University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor) — No. 61
  •         Abbott Northwestern Hospital (Minneapolis) — No. 62
  •         Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (Baltimore) —No. 64
  •         Mayo Clinic-Phoenix — No. 66
  •         Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian (Philadelphia) — No. 69
  •         Houston Methodist Hospital  — No. 71
  •         Harborview Medical Center (Seattle) — No. 74
  •         Texas Scottish Rite Hospital For Children (Dallas) — No. 78
  •         University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City) — No. 80
  •         Mount Sinai Beth Israel (New York City) — No. 86
  •         University of North Carolina Hospitals (Chapel Hill, N.C.) — No. 92
  •         Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center (Houston) — No. 100
  •         Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas) — No. 102
  •         University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle) — No. 103
  •         Mayo Clinic-Health System in Eau Claire (Wis.) — No. 116
  •         University of Wisconsin Hospitals (Madison) — No. 117
  •         Emory University Hospital (Atlanta) — No. 120

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