UC hospitals rank among best in nation
UC has two of the nation’s top 10 hospitals and all five of its medical centers rank among the nation’s best hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey.
UCLA and UCSF medical centers ranked fifth and seventh in the nation, respectively, making U.S. News’ Honor Roll for the country’s top 20 hospitals that excel across multiple areas of care.
In California, U.S. News ranked all five UC medical centers in the top 10, including the top two: UCLA (1), UCSF (2), UC Davis (5), UC San Diego (6) and UC Irvine (10).
U.S. News also ranked UC medical centers No. 1 in their metropolitan areas – UC Davis in Sacramento, UCLA in Los Angeles, UC San Diego in San Diego and UCSF in San Francisco. UC Irvine Medical Center ranked best in Orange County and fifth in the Los Angeles metro area.
“The U.S. News rankings reflect the dedication of the people throughout UC Health to deliver the highest quality and service,” said Dr. John Stobo, UC Health executive vice president. “We are pleased with the rankings, which confirm our commitment to making patient care better.”