Topping the list of the Global Top 100 hospitals was Mayo Clinic, in Minnesota, US. This was followed by US hospitals Cleveland Clinic, in Ohio, and Massachusetts General Hospital, which came second and third respectively.
Coming fourth, fifth and sixth, were Toronto General (University Health Network) in Canada, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin in Germany and The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Marlyand, US – in that order. Interestingly, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin was found to have the most hospital beds (3,011) out of all 100 hospitals in the list.
Universitätsspital Zürich in Switzerland came seventh, Singapore General Hospital (SGH) in Singapore came eighth and Sheba Medical Center in Israel came ninth in Newsweek’s list. Sheba Medical Center also came ninth in terms of the number of hospital beds (it has 1,990). Meanwhile, Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset in Sweden ranked 10th out of the list of the 100 top hospitals in the world.
Read the ranking of all Global Top 100 hospitals here.