2 Towson Hospitals Ranked Among Best In MD: U.S. News
TOWSON, MD — Two Towson area hospitals are among the best in the state, according to U.S. News & World Report.
GBMC and University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center made the list of the top 10 hospitals in Maryland, which the magazine released with its annual rankings.
Here are the top hospitals in Maryland for 2022, according to U.S. News & World Report:
- No. 1: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore
- No. 2: University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore
- No. 3: Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis
- No. 3: University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, Towson
- No. 5: MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore
- No. 5: TidalHealth Peninsula, Salisbury
- No. 7: Suburban Hospital, Bethesda
- No. 7: University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, Glen Burnie
- No. 9: Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), Towson
- No. 10: Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Baltimore
One institution in the Baltimore area — Johns Hopkins Hospital — made the national list.
Here are the top hospitals in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report:
- No. 1. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.
- No. 2. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles
- No, 3. NYU Langone Hospitals, New York
- No. 4. Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland
- No. 5. (tie) Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore
- No. 5. (tie) UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles
- No. 7. New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and Cornell, New York
- No. 8. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
- No. 9. Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago
- No. 10. Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital, Stanford, Calif.
The list rates the 20 best hospitals in the country and also includes top regional hospitals and hospital rankings based on specialty care.
U.S. News evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals in 15 specialties and 19 procedures and conditions, looking for the best patient outcomes. The 2022-23 rankings also took into account several health equity measures for the first time, noting hospitals that provide more care to low-income patients and those which have racial disparities in medical and surgical outcomes.
The rankings are meant to help patients and doctors make health care decisions, according to Ben Harder, chief of health analysis and managing editor of U.S. News.