U.S. News & World Report has released the 27th edition of the Best Hospitals rankings, which includes the best hospitals for nephrology.

The magazine ranks the best hospitals in nephrology based mostly on death rates for patients who represent especially challenging cases, on patient safety and on other measures of performance that can be assessed using hard data. Results from the three most recent years of an annual repetitional survey of physicians are also factored in. Surveyed physicians are asked to name up to five hospitals they consider the best in their specialty for difficult cases.

The top ranked hospitals for nephrology for 2016 – 2017 include:

1. Mayo Clinic *

2. Cleveland Clinic*

3. UCSF Medical Center*

4. New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell*

5. Johns Hopkins Hospital*

6. Massachusetts General Hospital*

7. UCLA Medical Center*

8. Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University* (tie)

8. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (tie)

10. University of California, Davis Medical Center

∗Included in Honor Roll

Among the 10 best hospitals in nephrology for 2016-2017, eight of them were also recognized on the Honor Roll, which means they received very high scores in at least six specialties.

 


U.S. News & World Report has released the 26th edition of the Best Hospitals rankings, which includes the best hospitals for nephrology.

The top ranked hospitals for nephrology in 2015-2016 include:

  1. Mayo Clinic∗
  2. Cleveland Clinic∗
  3. New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell∗
  4. UCSF Medical Center∗
  5. Brigham and Women’s Hospital∗
  6. Massachusetts General Hospital∗
  7. UCLA Medical Center∗
  8. Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  9. Johns Hopkins Hospital∗
  10. Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University∗
∗Included in Honor Roll

Among the 10 best hospitals in nephrology, nine of them were also recognized on the Honor Roll, which means they received very high scores in at least six specialties.