Newsweek’s World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2022 ranking includes four Quirónsalud hospitals
There are four hospitals in the Quirónsalud group included by Newsweek magazine in its latest World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2022 ranking. This ranking includes the best centers in the world in 10 medical specialties. These are the International Ruber Hospital, the Quirónsalud Madrid University Hospital, the Teknon Medical Center and the Dexeus University Hospital.
Ruber International appears among the best hospitals in the world in the specialties of Neurology and Oncology, in positions 101 and 162 respectively. In addition, the Teknon Medical Center also appears in the ranking of the best centers in the fight against cancer, in position 124.
Newsweek’s World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2022 ranking includes Hospital Ruber Internacional, Hospital Universitario Quirónsalud Madrid, Centro Médico Teknon and Hospital Universitari Dexeus
Likewise, in the Traumatology and Orthopedics category, Newsweek magazine has recognized the prestige of the Quirónsalud Madrid University Hospital and Dexeus University Hospital. Both are in positions 76 and 118 respectively of this ranking.
The ranking is done in collaboration with Statista. Its preparation has been carried out from a survey of more than 40,000 professionals from more than 20 countries. Doctors, managers and directors of hospitals and other health professionals have participated.
The latest World’s Best Hospitals 2021 ranking included Fundación Jiménez Díaz University Hospital as one of the 200 best hospitals in the world. In that year it was one of the few Spanish centers to appear in this classification. In addition, the specific ranking of the 100 best hospitals in Spain, both for public and private health, included a total of 12 Quirónsalud centers, 10 of them among the top 50.
Newsweek magazine, founded in 1933, has since reported on advances in medicine, science and health promotion. Each year it produces different reports to identify and recognize the best health institutions.