UCSF Medical Center And Three Other Calif. Facilities Make Top Ten On Respected National Hospital List
The U.S. News & World Report analyzed 4,500 hospitals based on several factors, including performance in 16 specialty areas and reputation. This year, the report put a greater emphasis on patient outcomes. Joining USCF in the top ten of the Honor Roll were: UCLA Medical Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital.
Mercy San Juan, Sutter Roseville Grab Spots On U.S. News List Of Top Local Hospitals
Carmichael’s Mercy San Juan Medical Center and Sutter Roseville Medical Center claimed spots this year on U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best regional hospitals, knocking Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center off the list. The magazine on Tuesday released its highly respected rankings of national, state and regional hospitals. On the local list, Sacramento’s UC Davis Medical Center again came in at No. 1 and Sacramento’s Sutter Medical Center was ranked No. 2. Mercy San Juan tied with Sacramento’s Mercy General Hospital for the No. 3 spot, and Sutter Roseville Medical Center came in at No. 5. (Anderson, 8/14)
In other hospital news —
Rady Children's Hospital Opens Pediatric Outpatient Campus In Murrieta
Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego celebrated the opening on Saturday of a new outpatient pediatric campus in Murrieta, built to serve the region’s growing population. ...Rady Children’s has offered some services in various medical buildings in Riverside County for two decades, Kearns said. But the new three-story, 62,000-square-foot facility off Interstate 215 provides primary care services and 15 specialty clinics under one roof. (Murphy, 8/13)