Israeli hospital ranks among top ten in world

Sheba Medical Center ranked in Newsweek annual survey says hospital has 98% rate of survival for battle injuries since the war began; Ichilov and Beilinson among top 250 medical facilities worldwide

The Sheba Medical Center outside Tel Aviv was ranked among the top ten hospitals in the world, by Newsweek magazine, out of 2,400 medical facilities in 30 countries. It was in 9th place. Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota was ranked in first place.
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"Each hospital's score is based on an online survey of more than 85,000 medical experts and public data from post-hospitalization patient surveys on their general satisfaction. The score also considers metrics on things like hygiene and patient/doctor ratio as well as a Statista survey on whether hospitals use Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), which are standardized questionnaires completed by patients to assess their experience and results," the magazine said.
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The Sheba Medical Center
(Photo: Nadav Abas)
Among the 250 best hospitals worldwide, Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv was ranked 64 and the Beilinson medical Center in Petach Tikvah was 158.
Sheba is working diligently to make Israel a better, healthier place and highlights our abilities to be both a center of medical excellence, as well as a beacon of co-existence, where Jewish and Arab medical personnel are working side by side 24/7 to save the lives of civilians and soldiers- Jews, Moslems and Christians alike," Prof. Yitshak Kreiss, Sheba's director general said in a statement.
"The last five months have significantly challenged us and forced us to adapt. However, it has also demonstrated our resilience and unwavering commitment to providing cutting-edge care for all our patients.
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Soldiers wounded in the fighting in Gaza arrive at the Sheba Medical Center
(Photo: Dana Kopel)
The hospital said that since the start of the war, it had achieved an unprecedented 98% survival rate after serious battle injuries and is proud of its excellent rehabilitation program that incorporates physical and emotional recovery.
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