Newark Beth Israel Hospital Ranked One of the World’s Top Hospitals by Newsweek
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center has been named one of the World’s Best Hospitals by Newsweek magazine.
Officials say Newark Beth Israel ranked among the top 225 U.S. hospitals and is one of only five New Jersey hospitals on this prestigious list, which also includes The Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins and Massachusetts General.
“Newark Beth Israel has long been a center of excellence and a destination center for the most advanced cardiac care, heart and lung transplant comprehensive cancer care and pediatrics at our Children’s Hospital of New Jersey.
Today, as we continue to expand our top-ranked specialty services and recruit world- renowned physicians, it is an honor to be named among the World’s Best,” said Darrell K. Terry, Sr., President and Chief Executive Officer, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of New Jersey.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center was recognized as a top hospital in the United States for anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine, cardiology, diabetes and endocrinology, general and visceral surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, neurology and neurosurgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, palliative care, pediatrics, pediatric surgery and neonatology, plastic surgery, pulmonology, radiation oncology, radiology, traumatology, orthopedics and spine surgery, and urology.
Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals 2019 ranking lists more than 1,000 best hospitals in 11 countries including the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Newsweek partnered with Statista Inc., a global market research and consumer data company, to develop the ranking. Hospitals were evaluated based on three data sources.
The first included hospital recommendations from peers through an online survey of doctors, health care professionals and hospital managers from 11 countries. About 40,000 medical experts were invited to the survey.
The rankings also looked at patient experience based on surveys of patient satisfaction with hospitalization and also incorporated medical key performance indicators (KPIs) for hospitals, which included data on quality of treatment, hygiene measures, and patient safety measures.