Newsweek and Statista Announce 6th Annual Ranking of World’s Best Hospitals

Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Toronto General, and The John Hopkins Hospital Top The 2024 Ranking

NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Newsweek, the modern global digital news organization, in partnership with Statista, announced today the release of its rankings for World’s Best Hospitals, 2024, which is also featured in this week’s edition of Newsweek. This is Newsweek’s sixth World’s Best Hospitals ranking, making it the publication’s longest-running list.

Newsweek’s goal is to establish the World’s Best Hospital ranking as the best and most comprehensive resource for global excellence in the hospital sector. A total of 2,400 hospitals across 30 countries are featured in the 2024 edition, including hospitals in the United States, Germany, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, and many more. The countries were selected based on their standard of living, life expectancy, population size, number of hospitals, and data availability.

In the most extensive and international edition to date, every hospital in each country was rated by a score that is based on four data sources from a survey: recommendations from medical experts (doctors, hospital managers, and healthcare professionals), existing patient satisfaction data, hospital quality metrics, and patient-reported outcome.

“Delivering best-in-class healthcare is a promise most hospitals offer, but only a few achieve true excellence,” said Josh Smith, Newsweek’s Director of Growth and Strategic Partnerships. “Our ‘World’s Best Hospitals’ list is a guide for readers to identify the best healthcare facilities and providers for their specific needs. This list will help empower them with the knowledge to receive the best care.”

The top 10 World’s Best Hospitals on the list include:

  1. Mayo Clinic – Rochester, Minnesota
  2. Cleveland Clinic – Cleveland, Ohio
  3. Toronto General – University Health Network – Toronto, Canada
  4. The John Hopkins Hospital – Baltimore, Maryland
  5. Massachusetts General Hospital – Boston, Massachusetts
  6. Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin – Berlin, Germany
  7. Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset – Stockholm, Sweden
  8. AP-HP – Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière – Paris, France
  9. Sheba Medical Center – Ramat Gan, Israel        
  10. Universitätsspital Zürich – Zurich, ​​Switzerland

See the full ranking report here:

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Broadsheet Communications for Newsweek
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