Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Named One of America’s Top 10 Children’s Hospitals

PITTSBURGH  Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC has been named one of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.

Children’s Hospital ranks ninth on the magazine’s 2014-15 Honor Roll of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals. Children’s also ranks in each of the 10 pediatrics specialties ranked by U.S. News. This is the fifth consecutive year Children’s has been named to U.S. News’ Honor Roll.

The Best Children’s Hospitals rankings highlight the top 50 U.S. pediatric hospitals in each of 10 specialties: cancer; cardiology and heart surgery; diabetes and endocrinology; gastroenterology and GI surgery; neonatology; nephrology; neurology and neurosurgery; orthopaedics; pulmonology; and urology.

Children’s ranked in the top 25 of all 10 specialties, including fifth in diabetes and endocrinology; sixth in gastroenterology and GI surgery; sixth in pulmonology; eighth in neonatology; and ninth in neurology and neurosurgery.

“Our inclusion on the honor roll and our rankings in each of the 10 specialties speaks to the breadth and depth of our clinical programs,” said Christopher Gessner, Children’s president. “It speaks to the expertise and commitment of our physicians, nurses and other staff who make Children’s Hospital a global leader in pediatric health care.”

The 2014-15 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings will be released online and also will be published in the U.S. News Best Hospitals 2015 guidebook, available in August.

In addition to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, the other hospitals named to U.S. News’ Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals for 2014-15 are:

  • Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston
  • Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
  • Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
  • Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Baltimore
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