St. John’s Health named as a top US hospital in 2020 by Newsweek

JACKSON, Wyo. — St. John’s Health has been recognized as one of Newsweek’s top hospitals in the nation in 2020, including a first-place ranking in Wyoming. Out of the 4,500 qualified hospitals in the United States, fewer than 300 earned this distinction. The leading hospitals for 21 countries were named to Newsweek’s 2020 list of the world’s best hospitals.

“We are honored to receive this award,” said St. John’s Health CEO Paul Beaupré, MD. “Every day, I witness an outstanding level of care from every level of our staff who are always striving to improve.”

Newsweek and Statista developed a complex methodology to ensure the quality and validity of the ranking. Three data sources were used for the evaluation: hospital recommendations from peers, patient experience, and various medical key performance indicators.

Go online for details on the criteria that were used, and a list of the hospitals included in the awards.

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