Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), the founders of Partners HealthCare, have again ranked among the nation's top hospitals on the U.S. News & World Report annual Honor Roll of America's Best Hospitals. MGH ranked third nationally, while BWH ranked eleventh. This achievement makes Boston the only city in the United States with two hospitals on the Honor Roll. In all, four Partners HealthCare hospitals earned high rankings in the report.
"Our mission is to deliver high quality care, conduct life-saving research, support the health needs of our community and educate the health care professionals of tomorrow," said Partners President and CEO Gary L. Gottlieb, MD, MBA. "Our mission has enabled Partners to attract some of the brightest scientific minds and most compassionate clinicians to the region. Only through their dedication can we deliver this level of excellence to patients in Massachusetts and set Boston apart as the only city in the U.S. with two hospitals to earn this distinction."
Partners hospitals also scored well in the individual specialties rankings, rating among the top ten in 15 of the 16 fields.
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