These 7 NJ hospitals rank among the world’s best, according to Newsweek
⚫ New Jersey hospitals take 7 out of more than 2,300 spots
⚫ One NJ hospital cracks the top 50 worldwide
⚫ Tens of thousands of facilities were evaluated
Seven hospitals in the Garden State are among the world's best, according to 2023 rankings from Newsweek.
Their latest effort evaluated more than 50,000 facilities. Just over 2,300 made the cut for Newsweek's list.
Newsweek based its rankings off of quality metrics and patient experience data, as well as an online survey of tens of thousands of medical professionals from dozens of countries.
New Jersey's best showing is No. 46. More than 400 U.S. facilities made the list.
NJ appearances on Newsweek's 2023 list of world's best hospitals
#406 Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch
#317 Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
#201 Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
#167 Overlook Medical Center, Summit
#121 Valley Hospital, Ridgewood
#57 Hackensack University Medical Center
#46 Morristown Medical Center
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