Best U.S. Hospitals, 2014-2015 — Physician’s First Watch

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July 16, 2014

Best U.S. Hospitals, 2014-2015

By the Editors

U.S. News and World Report has released its 2014-2015 lists of the top hospitals across the U.S., ranked according to 16 medical specialties. Mayo Clinic earned the overall top spot for the first time, and 17 (of roughly 5000) hospitals made it onto the Honor Roll by excelling in at least six specialties.

Follow the link below to see how your institution measures up!

Reader Comments (10)

JOEL WOLKOWICZ Physician, Cardiology

I believe part of the rankings is based on reputation. What value does that serve? US News and World Report is kind of like the Academy Awards of medicine (and colleges) and should be ignored by serious observers.

AHMET SONEL Physician, Cardiology, University Hosp.

Mayo worthed this honor

CHRISTOPHER HODGMAN Physician, Psychiatry, wayne behavioral health network

I look forward to seeing the list

Daniel Fischer MD Physician, Family Medicine/General Practice, retired

How we measure up at Boca Raton Regional Hospital

Jeanne Cella MS

Just curious.

Lori decesaris


arthur klass m.d. Physician, Gastroenterology, retired

Very interesting.

James A McCoy Physician, Surgery, General, morrhouse school of medicnr

Where is the hospital reports?

Gayle Lass

Interest for future consideration

Joel L Colker, MD Physician, Gastroenterology


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