New York Presbyterian Hospital Top Ranked UES New York Presbyterian Hospital Tops in Nationwide µBest Hospitals¶

Report US News and World Report µBest Hospitals¶ report ranks New York Presbyterian tops in New York, sixth in the nation. By Kareem Johnson DNAinfo Reporter/Producer MANHATTAN ² New York Presbyterian Hospital has ranked number one in the New York metro area for the eleventh year, according to a new survey of 5,000 hospitals nationwide. "We are pleased to once again be ranked among the nation's best hospitals," said Dr. Herbert Pardes, President and CEO of New York±Presbyterian Hospital in a press release. "Patients at our Hospital are cared for by some of the world's leading physicians and surgeons who are dedicated to offering the most advanced treatment options in a compassionate and caring environment.´ The Lenox Hill-based hospital also ranked sixth nationwide, placing it among 17 hospitals on U.S. News and World Report¶s Best Hospitals Honor Roll. The US News and World Report Best Hospitals annual survey compares the nation¶s hospital in several treatment areas. "This special recognition from U.S. News reflects the steadfast commitment of our physicians, nurses and our entire staff to support patients as they face their biggest medical challenges," Dr. Steven J. Corwin, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the hospital, said in a statement. New York University¶s Langone Medical Center in Kips Bay ranked second in the area, and Mount Sinai Hospital, in Carnegie Hill, ranked third in New York and 16th nationally. A complete list of the top hospitals in the New York Metro Area are available here.