Cleveland Clinic ranks No. 1 in the nation for heart care for the 20th consecutive year — and we couldn’t have done it without you!
>> Thanks to our supporters — whose gifts help us champion innovation and treat the most complex cases — Cleveland Clinic has ranked No. 1 in the country for cardiology and heart surgery for the 20th year in a row by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals 2014-15.”
Overall, Cleveland Clinic is ranked as the No. 1 hospital in Ohio and No. 4 nationally.
Additional details from the Best Hospitals rankings include:
- Since 1995, no hospital has ranked higher in heart care than Cleveland Clinic.
- In all, 13 Cleveland Clinic specialties placed in the Top 10 nationally, including nine in the top three.
- Cleveland Clinic’s urology program has been ranked among the Top 2 in the country for 15 straight years, claiming the No. 1 spot in 2012 and again in 2014.
- Nine Cleveland Clinic programs placed in the Top 3 nationally.
- Six Cleveland Clinic community hospitals received rankings in the Cleveland Metro area, including Fairview (No. 4), South Pointe (No. 6), Marymount (No. 7), Euclid (No. 9), Lutheran (No. 9) and Medina (No. 9).
We're able to provide superior patient care because of the clinical research, facility, equipment and educational opportunities afforded to us by philanthropy.
- Cleveland Clinic Florida was ranked No. 3 in the Miami Metro Area and No. 13 in Florida, and was recognized as a best hospital in Southern Florida.
- Last month, when U.S. News released rankings for children’s hospitals, Cleveland Clinic Children’s was the only Northeast Ohio children’s hospital to receive rankings in all 10 pediatric specialties.
According to U.S. News, the annual Best Hospitals rankings, now in its 25th year, recognize hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients. For 2014-15, U.S. News evaluated hospitals in 16 adult specialties. In most specialties, the rankings are based largely on objective measures, such as patient survival and safety data, adequacy of nurse staffing levels and other data. Just 3 percent of the nearly 5,000 hospitals that were analyzed earned national ranking in even one specialty.