As the region’s only adult academic health system, UC Medical Center was ranked No. 2 in Cincinnati, No. 10 in the state of Ohio and No. 135 in the U.S. This is the third consecutive year that UC Medical Center has received international rankings from Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals program. UC Medical Center is the region’s only verified adult Level I trauma center and is a referral destination for the most advanced cancer and neuroscience care and treatment.
UC Medical Center was included on the list of the World’s Best Hospitals based upon data sources from Newsweek and Statista—a global provider of market and consumer data—and originate from recommendations made by more than 80,000 medical experts across the globe. To compile the rankings, these experts reviewed survey results focused on clinical specialties, procedures and conditions, as well as medical key performance indicators (KPIs) and patient feedback.
“We appreciate the tireless efforts of our entire team to provide quality, safe, compassionate care every day. It is truly our teams of employees and clinicians who enable us to be ranked among the world’s best hospitals for clinical excellence,” Rob Wiehe, executive vice president and Chief Operating Officer for UC Health and Chief Administrative Officer of UC Medical Center said. “We are extremely proud that our hospital has been included on this prestigious list.”
UC Medical Center has also been ranked among the top hospitals in Greater Cincinnati and the state of Ohio by U.S. News & World Report for 2022-23, and the hospital was also named among Ohio’s 2022 Best Workplaces by Ohio Business Magazine.
Associated with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, UC Health teaches the next generation of clinicians and provides patients with the most advanced medical care. Its multidisciplinary teams of trained professionals and experts deliver nationally recognized care to more than 500,000 patients from all 50 states each year.