March 30, 2023

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7 hospitals in New Jersey are included in Newsweek’s list of the best hospitals in the world

Seven New Jersey medical centers have made it Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals 2023 list.

This is the fifth year the news magazine has compiled the list, ranking more than 2,300 facilities in 28 countries and polling more than 80,000 medical experts. (Taiwan was a new addition this year.)

Newsweek said it looks not only at hospitals that offer elite care, research, and innovation, but also facilities that deliver that on a consistent basis.

“Of all the hospitals in the world, there are relatively few that can do all of these things year after year. The best belong to a very exclusive club,” Newsweek’s global editor-in-chief, Nancy Cooper, said in her announcement. arrangement.

The outlet introduced a new outcome measure this year known as PROM (Patient Reported Outcome Measures), which includes “standardized and validated questionnaires patients complete to measure their perception of their functional well-being and quality of life.”

Here are the seven New Jersey hospitals that made the list and their ranking in the United States:

46. ​​Morristown Medical Center – Overall score: 70.66%

57. Hackensack University Medical Center – Overall Score: 69.52%

121- Valley Hospital Ridgewood – Overall score: 65.30%

167. Overlook Medical Center in Summit – Overall score: 64.42%

201. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center – Overall score: 64.05%

317- Englewood Hospital and Medical Center – Overall score: 62.88%

406. Monmouth Medical Center Long Branch – Overall score: 61.82%

Morristown Medical Center also ranked first in New Jersey in last year’s rankings by US News and World Report. Hackensack University Medical Center and Valley Hospital are ranked second and third, respectively.

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Morristown also ranked #1 in the Newsweek 2022 rankings.

The top five hospitals in the United States in 2023 according to Newsweek are:

1. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota – Overall score: 97.50%

2. Cleveland Clinic – Overall score: 92.59%

3. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston – Overall score: 92.27%

4. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore – Overall score: 89.95%

5. UCLA Health – Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Los Angeles – Overall score: 87.78%

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