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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Arizona’s Hospitals

by Dalton Herring on August 2, 2016

U.S. News & World Report released its 27th annual Best Hospitals rankings in an effort to help patients make more informed health care decisions

Click on the hospital photo below for a countdown of Arizona’s top 10 hospitals.

Nationally, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, made the top spot on the Honor Roll, which has been expanded to highlight 20 hospitals delivering exceptional treatment across multiple areas of care. The Cleveland Clinic is No. 2, followed by Massachusetts General Hospital at No. 3, Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore at No. 4 and UCLA Medical Center at No. 5.

No Arizona hospital made the 2016-17 Honor Roll.

In its specialty rankings, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is No. 1 in cancer, the Cleveland Clinic is No. 1 in cardiology and heart surgery and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York is No. 1 in orthopedics.

Again, no Arizona hospital made these top 5 rankings, either.

Click here for a video comment from the CEO of the top hospital in Arizona.

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