Boston (total score of 99, 64 out of 100) - 2.Los Angeles (89, 8 - 3.New York (89, 3 - 4.For example, Houston has one of the best medical infrastructures in the world, but falls short in terms of the percentage of its citizens who can take advantage of it, says Daniel Kolb, co-founder and CEO of Medbelle. We decided to create a ranking of the best hospital cities, focusing on the overall hospital ecosystem in the area, rather than individual institutions. For cities ranked solely on quality of care, Baltimore ranked sixth in the world and Boston ranked ninth. This data was used to score each city based on its overall hospital infrastructure to determine the top 100 hospital cities in the world, in addition to the top 31 hospital cities in the United States.
It has the largest number of world-class hospital cities and leads the world in medical universities. The 2,000 hospitals included in this list, which covers 25 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Canada, stand out for their consistent excellence, including distinguished physicians, world-class nursing care and cutting-edge technology. The cities on the index are chosen based on the presence of top-notch hospitals according to well-known hospital rankings. A city can boast a world-class hospital, but if its overall medical framework does not offer easy access and high-quality care to all its citizens, there is room for improvement.
The ranking is designed to celebrate cities around the world that successfully deliver high-quality medical care to all their citizens, and all cities in this final ranking should be applauded for their efforts. The best hospitals in the United States have mortality rates nearly 30% lower than other hospitals and are improving their clinical quality at a faster rate. Due to the nature of health-related data in the UK and US, staff, hospital beds and population figures required for per capita factors were collected for broader geographic regions. The results celebrate the cities that offer the best overall medical care, as well as creating a benchmark for the rest of the world to understand how to better develop their medical education, accessibility and infrastructure for a healthier future.