Hartford Hospital No. 1 in Metro Area in U.S. News Rankings

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Hartford Hospital has been ranked No. 1 in the Hartford metro area for the ninth year in a row and among the best in Connecticut for 2019-20 by U.S. News & World Report.

The annual U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, now in its 30th year, recognize hospitals that excel in treating the most complex patients. (To find out how U.S. News ranks hospitals, click here.)

This year, Hartford Hospital has also been ranked as High Performing in nephrology, a specialty area of medicine dedicated to kidney care, as well as High Performing in the following conditions and procedure areas:

“It is an honor to be recognized as the best in the region yet again,” said Bimal Patel, president, Hartford Hospital, and senior vice president, Hartford HealthCare.  “We take great pride in bringing world-class to care to our community and to our region. Our journey to excellence is a team effort. We are thankful to our physicians, our nurses and all team members for their contributions in making us a leading hospital in the region and to our patients and their families who trust us with their care.”

U.S. News & World Report recognizes the best of the best. The rankings, available here, will appear in the U.S. News “Best Hospitals 2019” guidebook (ISBN 978-1-931469-678), available in August from the U.S. News Store.

 


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