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Creating a Legacy: Ranked No. 1 in New York Once Again

NY-Presbyterian Medical Center
NYWC: East River View

This year, Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has reason to be particularly pleased: U.S. News and World Report has released its 2017–2018 rankings, once again naming NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital the No. 1 hospital in New York State.

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, one of the largest academic medical centers in the United States, is made up of six campuses, one being Columbia University Medical Center.

The good news doesn’t stop there. This is the 17th year in a row NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has been named No. 1 in the region. Being named best in the state is always an achievement worth noting, but earning that coveted spot year after year—well, that’s something special.

But more than just a way for hospitals to celebrate their standing, the list is a resource for patients. Before setting foot inside a hospital, patients are faced with a difficult choice: which hospital to go to. U.S. News and World Report aims to ease this decision by providing patients with a trusted list of hospitals, ordered by rank.

Maintaining our top status for so many consecutive years has required dedication from every member of Columbia, our nationally recognized neurosurgeons have contributed to this legacy by providing the best care possible to every patient and staying abreast of new surgical techniques and treatments.

Congratulations to all the doctors, nurses and other clinicians at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

Learn more about the Columbia neurosurgeons on their bio pages below:

Dr. Robert A. Solomon
Dr. Richard C.E. Anderson
Dr. Peter D. Angevine
Dr. Jeffrey N. Bruce
Dr. E. Sander Connolly Jr.
Dr. Neil A. Feldstein
Dr. Michael G. Kaiser
Dr. Sean D. Lavine
Dr. Christopher E. Mandigo
Dr. Grace K. Mandigo
Dr. Paul C. McCormick
Dr. Guy M. McKhann II
Dr. Philip M. Meyers
Dr. Alfred T. Ogden
Dr. Marc L. Otten
Dr. Donald O. Quest
Dr. Sameer A. Sheth
Dr. Michael B. Sisti
Dr. Christopher J. Winfree

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