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The Advisory Board congratulates members named as top transplant hospitals

95% of organizations recognized this year are Advisory Board members

November 17, 2011

HealthGrades this week named 19 U.S. hospitals to its second annual list of top transplant centers. The organization used data calculated by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients to evaluate the 230 adult acute care hospitals in the United States that offer heart, kidney, lung, or liver transplants.

The Advisory Board congratulates the following member hospitals recognized as top transplant centers in HealthGrades' new annual rankings. Altogether, 18 of the 19 hospitals honored by HealthGrades are Advisory Board members

  • Barnes - Jewish Hospital (Saint Louis) – honored for its kidney transplant program 
  • California Pacific Medical CenterPacific (San Francisco) – kidney, liver
  • Cleveland Clinic liver
  • Jackson Health System (Miami) – heart
  • Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville) – liver
  • New York - Presbyterian/Weill Cornell (New York City) – kidney
  • Ochsner Clinic Foundation (New Orleans) – liver
  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles) kidney
  • Sacred Heart Medical Center (Spokane, Wash.) – heart
  • Saint Joseph Hospital (Orange, Calif.) – kidney
  • St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital (Houston) – liver
  • Shands Hospital at the University of Florida (Gainesville) – lung, liver
  • Temple University Hospital (Philadelphia) – heart
  • UAMS Medical Center (Little Rock, Ark.) – liver
  • UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco) – liver
  • University of Minnesota Medical Center – Riversidelung, liver
  • University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle) – kidney
  • Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (Richmond) – kidney

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