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Roundtable members named among 70 great cardiology programs

Brian Maher October 12, 2011  

Members of the Cardiovascular Roundtable represent the majority of hospitals identified by Becker’s Hospital Review in their latest selection of the “70 Hospitals with Great Cardiology Programs.” Roundtable staff recognize the accomplishments of these – and many other – members in pursuing clinical excellence and delivering a strong community impact.

This past week, Becker’s Hospital Review’s editorial staff named “70 Hospitals with Great Cardiology Programs.”  According to the announcement, the staff selected 70 hospitals based on “clinical accolades, quality care, and contributions to the field of cardiology.” Apart from their inclusion in Becker’s listing, these organizations have also been recognized nationally by other reputable rating sources, including HealthGrades, U.S. News & World Report, and several professional associations.

The Cardiovascular Roundtable would like to recognize 37 members who were listed among Becker’s Hospital Review’s great cardiology programs for their clinical achievements, medical innovations, and overall contributions to heart and vascular services.  Additionally, the Roundtable would also like to acknowledge the hundreds of other member organizations who deliver high quality care and have a lasting impact on the communities they serve.

In alphabetical order:

  • Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital (IL)
  • Allegheny General Hospital (PA)
  • Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center (WI)
  • Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center (AZ)
  • Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University (MO)
  • Beaumont Hospital (MI)
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital (MA)
  • Carolinas Medical Center (NC)
  • Christ Hospital (OH)
  • Cleveland Clinic Health System (OH)
  • NorthShore University Health System (IL)
  • Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center (WI)
  • Hackensack University Medical Center (NJ)
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (PA)
  • Lake Health (OH)
  • Lancaster General Hospital (PA)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital (MA)
  • Mayo Clinic (MN)
  • Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (TX)
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NY)
  • Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (NJ)
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital (IL)
  • Ochsner Medical Center (LA)
  • Ohio State University Hospital (OH)
  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (CA)
  • Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (CA)
  • Sentara Norfolk General Hospital (VA)
  • St. Francis Hospital (NY)
  • St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital (TX)
  • Stanford Hospital and Clinics (CA)
  • Union Memorial Hospital (MD)
  • UCSF Medical Center (CA)
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (PA)
  • University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (TX)
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center (TN)
  • Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center (NC)
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital (CT)

For the complete listing of the “70 Hospitals with Great Cardiology Programs” and brief descriptions of their accolades, visit Becker’s Hospital Review.

Posted in: Cardiovascular, Service Lines, Quality, Performance Improvement, Business Development, Strategy, Market Trends

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