New York State has always maintained a high rating when it comes to the quality of care and expertise in using the latest, state of the art medical facilities and equipment. New York Hospital. New York Presbyterian Hospital and St. Francis Hospital (the ‘heart hospital’ to name a few.
In continuing coverage of the U.S News & World Report Best Hospitals 2015-16 report, New York Presbyterian Hospital again ranked high, coming in as seventh in the nation and the best in New York City.
New York Presbyterian CEO Dr. Steven Corwin said, “This acknowledgment validates our commitment to delivering world-class, compassionate care to all New Yorkers, by the finest practitioners, in state-of-the-art facilities.” The ranking placed NYU Langone Medical Center second in the area, and twelfth in the nation.
NYE Langone Dean and CEO Robert Grossman said, “We are so proud that the excellent work of our dedicated physicians, researchers and clinical staff at NYU Langone Medical Center has continued to distinguish our hospital as one of New York City’s best.” Other top-rated hospitals in New York were Mount Sinai Hospital, Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco; Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan; and St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn on Long Island.
Crain’s New York Business reported that “New York hospitals once again scored high,” noting particularly the Hospital for Special Surgery’s number one rating for orthopedics, and New York Presbyterian Hospital’s top rating for psychiatry, as well as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s number two ranking for cancer care. It also cited New York-Presbyterian and NYU Langone Medical Center for being on the US News “honor roll” as number seven and number 12 in the US.