Newsweek released its list of best hospitals, and UT Southwestern Medical Center is the top hospital in Texas, ranking number 34 in the country. Baylor University Medical Center clocked in just below at number 39, and Medical City Dallas was ranked 106 in the U.S.
The ranking notes the areas in which the hospitals are recognized, including neurology, pain medicine, pediatrics, and more. Newsweek worked with global market research and consumer data Stastica Inc. to rank the hospitals. Based on recommendations from medical professionals, patient surveys, and other indicators, over 1,000 hospitals were ranked worldwide. Doctors, hospital managers, and other healthcare professionals filled out surveys as well. Read about the methodology here.
“We are pleased to be included on this listing, as it reflects patient satisfaction levels, recognition from our medical peers, and the data-driven care we provide our patients,” said Dr. John Warner, Executive Vice President for Health System Affairs, via release.
“Medical City Dallas is honored to be named to Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals 2019 list.” says Medical City Dallas CEO Chris Mowan. “This recognition reinforces our commitment to providing high quality healthcare for all of our patients and why we are the destination of choice for healthcare excellence in North Texas.
“We are honored to have our hospitals recognized for the quality care delivered to our patients,” said Jim Hinton, CEO of Baylor Scott & White Health via release. “This recognition speaks to the dedication of team members throughout our system who work each and every day to provide safe, quality, high-value, affordable care with an exceptional experience.”
See the entire list here.