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Statistical Information: Best Hospitals in U.S.

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Hi @lsittll, Thanks for starting this new discussion. You will notice we have augmented the discussion title a little so that members will know what the discussion is about. Mayo Clinic has been listed as the number 1 hospital overall for the past couple of years. I feel very lucky that I live in the area of Rochester Mayo Clinic. Here's a couple of links that provide more details.

The #1 hospital in the nation – About Us – Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.org/about-mayo-clinic/quality/top-ranked
U.S. News Releases 2019-2020 Top Hospitals List: https://www.webmd.com/health-insurance/news/20190730/us-news-releases-2019-2020-top-hospitals-list#1

Here's another link that allows you to select the best hospital by specialty rankings.
U.S. News & World Report Hospital Rankings & Ratings: https://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals

Did you read something about John Hopkins Hospital that changed the way you feel?

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@johnbishop Thanks for that article. I wish I lived closer to Mayo but I'm happy to be near the University of Michigan Hospital (#11) and a 3 1/2-hour drive from Cleveland Clinic (#4).

Hello@johnbishop. I've been both an inpatient and an outpatient there. JHH's nursing care is horrible! It's doctors think that just because they are at such a good hospital that they know it all. In addition a neurologist I had there more or less verbally abused me after I saw him for many many years. My feelings about it not being #1 are based on the above