Neurosurgery and neurology at New York Presbyterian Hospital has been ranked #3 in the nation by US News and World Report. That’s right, the Columbia Neurosurgery team has climbed another rung on the latter (from #4 last year).
In their 2013-2014 “Best Hospitals” survey, US News ranked NewYork-Presbyterian #1 in New York and #7 in the Nation overall. This means that, for the 13th year in a row, the hospital has made their esteemed “Honor Roll.”
In a New York Presbyterian Hospital press release, Hospital CEO Dr. Steven J. Corwin said, “We are delighted that U.S. News has once again recognized NewYork-Presbyterian on its Honor Roll. We are especially honored that our expertise in cardiology and heart surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, psychiatry, gastroenterology and GI surgery, and cancer were highlighted. These are among the areas where we continue to work tirelessly to alleviate the devastating impact of disease on patients and families. Together with our affiliated medical schools, Weill Cornell Medical College and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, our physicians, nurses and staff are committed to providing outstanding, compassionate and patient-centered care, training the nation’s best physicians, and conducting cutting-edge clinical research. This recognition by U.S. News & World Report validates our commitment.”
The rankings were released on July 16,2013 on the US News & World Report website and will be in bookstores and on newsstands August 27,2013 in their 2013-2014 “Best Hospitals” issue.
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