Three California Hospitals Nab Prime Spots In National Rankings
U.S. News & World Report has released its Best Hospitals survey and UCLA Medical Center, UCSF Health and Stanford Health Care came in 4th, 7th and 14th respectfully. Meanwhile, UCSF has entered a new partnership with Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.
San Francisco Business Times:
UCSF, Stanford Health Care Rank High On Best U.S. Hospitals List
UCSF Health and Stanford Health Care both cracked the top 15 on U.S. News & World Report's annual Best Hospitals survey. But UCSF topped its Peninsula rival once again, ranking 7th to Stanford's 14th. UCLA Medical Center bested both of them, however, finishing 4th nationally and as top dog in the Golden State. The publication evaluated nearly 4,400 hospitals nationwide as part of its annual survey. (Rauber, 8/2)
The Press Democrat:
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, UCSF Team Up For Expanded Pediatric Care
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital says that level of care is now unmatched in the region, thanks to recent facility upgrades and, more importantly, a new partnership with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals, a world-class provider considered a gold standard for neonatal and pediatric care...Under this new partnership, Annadel Medical Group pediatricians will team up with UCSF outpatient pediatric specialty practices to expand the availability of subspecialty care available at a clinic located in one of Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital’s facilities. These expanded services include hematology, endocrinology and diabetes care, gastroenterology, cardiology, neurology, organ transplantation support and kidney care. (Espinoza, 8/2)