MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Children’s Minnesota and M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital have once again been named among the best hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
The media company listed Children’s Minnesota as one of the nation’s “Best Children’s Hospitals” for 2020, which includes recognition for their leading pulmonology program and COVID-19 research.READ MORE: 13 Minnesotans Among Dozens Infected In Salmonella Outbreak
We are excited to share that @childrensmn has been honored by @usnews as one of the nation's Best Children's Hospitals. It's the seventh time that the pulmonology program has been recognized for its excellence. So proud of the work our teams do every day!https://t.co/xS7COdQEYy pic.twitter.com/yuriSVlXV6
— Children's Minnesota (@childrensmn) June 16, 2020
The “Best Children’s Hospitals” rankings recognize the top 50 pediatric facilities across the U.S. in 10 pediatric specialties.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: Death Toll Tops 8,000; Positivity Rate Notches Down To 6.8%
Children’s Minnesota ranked 44th in pulmonology and lung surgery, and 26th in the joint nephrology program in partnership with the Masonic Children’s Hospital.
The pulmonary program has now been recognized for its seventh time by U.S. News & World Report. The program has received national recognition for its response to major health crises in the field — including the alarming rise of lung injuries due to vaping and the COVID-19 pandemic.
M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital also made the list for the 13th year running, ranking 34th in diabetes and endocrinology, 49th in gastroenterology and GI surgery, tied for 26th in nephrology and tied for 50th in orthopedics.
The rankings are based on clinical data and an annual survey from nearly 200 medical centers that looks at survival rates, patient safety measures, adequacy of nurse staffing, infection prevention, available resources and compliance with best practices.MORE NEWS: 3 Minnesota Teens Beaten With Gun At Sioux Falls Bar