U.S. News and World Report’s highly anticipated annual hospital rankings were released recently. Dallas-Fort Worth is well represented in the top 10. Baylor University Medical Center ranked No. 3, UT Southwestern Medical Center came in at No. 4, Medical City Dallas reached No. 7, and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas slid in at No. 10.
Baylor Scott & White’s East Dallas flagship ranked in the top 50 in five specialties, including diabetes and endocrinology, at No. 31; ear, nose, and throat, at No. 26; gastroenterology and GI surgery, at No. 16; and neurology and neurosurgery, at No. 38. UT Southwestern Medical Center charted in three specialties: geriatrics, No. 31; neurology and neurosurgery, No. 42; and urology, No. 36. Medical City Dallas ranked in gynecology, at No. 44.
Below is the list of all North Texas hospitals to make U.S. News and World Report’s specialty rankings:
Cancer: None ranked (M.D. Anderson topped it)
Cardiology & Heart Surgery: (Cleveland Clinic topped it, which sends patients in nearby states to The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano and the Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital)
The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano
Diabetes and Endocrinology:
31. Baylor University Medical Center
Ear Nose and Throat:
26. Baylor University Medical Center
Gastroenterology & GI Surgery:
16. Baylor University Medical Center
31. UT Southwestern Medical Center
44. Medical City Dallas Hospital
Neurology & Neurosurgery:
38. Baylor University Medical Center
42. UT Southwestern Medical Center
Opthalmology: None ranked.
Psychiatry: None ranked.
Rehabilitation: None ranked.
Rheumatology: None ranked.
36. UT Southwestern Medical Center