The best children’s hospital: US News and World Report said that CHOP ranks second in the country
For the third consecutive year, the Philadelphia Children’s Hospital ranked second in the top children’s hospitals in the United States by U.S. News and World Report.
The hospital lags behind Boston Children’s Hospital, which has been ranked number one by the publication for the past eight years.
To create a ranking, U.S. News and World Report Collect clinical data from nearly 200 medical centers to measure patient safety, infection protection, and adequacy of nurse staffing. They also surveyed more than 15,000 pediatric specialists and asked them where they would send the most seriously ill children in their profession.
Ranked second, hack Get a place in American news magazines 2021-22 Hall of Fame One of the best children’s hospitals, ranked first in pediatric cancer, pediatric diabetes and endocrinology, and pediatric orthopedics.
The hospital ranks second in pediatric pulmonology and lung surgery, and third in pediatric gastroenterology and gastrointestinal surgery.
“I am very proud that the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is once again recognized as the top pediatric institution in the country,” CHOP CEO Madeleine Bell told Philadelphia Business Journal.
Bell said that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, CHOP clinicians and staff are still able to provide patients with high-quality medical care.
For the first time, U.S. News released the regional and state rankings of top children’s hospitals. BenhardThe head of health analysis and editor-in-chief of U.S. News said that the pandemic restricts travel, so finding a good hospital close to home is crucial.
Harder said: “When choosing a hospital for sick children, many parents want professional knowledge, convenience, and caring medical professionals.” “The’Best Children’s Hospital’ ranking has always emphasized hospitals that perform well in specialty care. Now, this year’s new state and regional rankings can help families identify hospitals that are conveniently located and can meet the needs of their children.”
CHOP tops the list in both Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic region, which spans Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC
The Nemours Children’s Hospital of Delaware in Wilmington is the only hospital in the Philadelphia area to make the list of the top 50 children’s hospitals. It ranks number one in Delaware, but it is the only children’s hospital in the state, ranking 10th out of 21 children’s hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic.
In New Jersey, the Children’s Hospital of St. Peter’s University Hospital and the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital of Hackensack University Medical Center are tied for the top children’s hospitals in the state.