September 21, 2023

20 Wisconsin hospitals included in Newsweek’s listing of the very best within the nation

Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Middle in Milwaukee.

Newsweek journal not too long ago unveiled its annual listing of the World’s Greatest Hospitals, which incorporates its listing of the 420 greatest hospitals within the Unites States.

Newsweek and world knowledge agency Statista create the rankings. This yr they ranked greater than 2,300 hospitals in 28 international locations.

Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota was ranked as the very best hospital on the earth on the Newsweek listing.

Of the highest 250 hospitals on the earth, just one in Wisconsin made the listing: College of Wisconsin Hospitals in Madison, which ranked 110th.

The Newsweek listing of the very best hospitals in the US contains 20 in Wisconsin. Right here, they’re with their nationwide rating:

  • 25. College of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison
  • 70. Mayo Clinic – Well being System in Eau Claire
  • 71. UnityPoint Well being – Meriter, Madison
  • 74. Froedtert Hospital and the Medical Faculty of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa
  • 96. Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Middle, Milwaukee
  • 197. Mayo Clinic Well being System – Franciscan Healthcare, La Crosse
  • 209. Aurora Baycare Medical Middle, Inexperienced Bay
  • 210. Neighborhood Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls
  • 238. Aurora Medical Middle Grafton
  • 272. Bellin Memorial Hospital, Inexperienced Bay
  • 275. Southwest Well being Middle – Platteville
  • 282. SSM Well being St. Mary’s Hospital, Madison
  • 286. Aurora Medical Middle – Sheboygan County, Kohler
  • 302. HSHS St. Vincent’s Hospital, Inexperienced Bay
  • 312. Gundersen Lutheran Medical Middle, La Crosse
  • 325. ProHealth – Waukesha Memorial Hospital
  • 371. Aspirus Wausau Hospital
  • 402. HSHS Sacred Coronary heart Hospital – Eau Claire
  • 409. Thedacare Regional Medical Middle – Appleton
  • 411. HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital, Chippewa Falls

Andrew is the editor of BizTimes Milwaukee. He joined BizTimes in 2003, serving as managing editor and actual property reporter for 11 years. A College of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, he’s a lifelong resident of the state. He lives in Muskego together with his spouse, Seng, their son, Zach, and their canine, Hokey. He’s an avid sports activities fan and is a member of the Muskego Athletic Affiliation board of administrators.