Both hospitals were ranked in the 101-200 category.
Five New Jersey medical centers made the list of the top hospitals in the U.S.:
- No. 34: Morristown;
- No. 43: Hackensack;
- No. 132: Valley Hospital (Ridgewood);
- No. 164: Overlook Medical Center (Summit);
- No. 233: Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
Newsweek partnered with Statista Inc. to prepare the list.
Newark Beth made the list for the third consecutive year. Its CEO, Darrell K. Terry Sr., said he was again thrilled by the honor.
“This is a testament to our employees, physicians, nurses and leadership teams who remain steadfast in their commitment to delivering world-class, high-quality, safe care to all of our patients, even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.
The top three hospitals in the U.S. were also judged to be the Top 3 hospitals in the world:
- Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota;
- Cleveland Clinic;
- Mass General, Boston.