Following Sheba’s inclusion in Newsweek’s 2023 list of the world’s best smart hospitals, as well as the best cardiology, neurosurgery, and gastroenterology hospital rankings, we are proud to share that, for the fifth year in a row, Sheba was named by Newsweek and Statista as one among the world’s best hospitals, alongside renowned medical institutions such as Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Toronto General.
“It is a testament to our talented and innovative medical staff, which on an annual basis treat nearly two million people from all walks of life in Israel and around the world, to be nominated for the fifth consecutive year by Newsweek and Statista as a World’s Best Hospital,” remarked Sheba Director General Prof. Yitshak Kreiss shortly following the release of the ranking. “Never resting on our laurels, we endeavor to not only provide ground-breaking medical care to people in our region but also to lead the global healthcare revolution, which has already enabled us to provide hope without boundaries from the UAE and the USA, to Ukraine, Turkey and beyond.”
In an effort to provide the best data-based comparison of hospital reputation and performance, Newsweek and Statista, a leading global market research and consumer data company, have ranked the world’s best hospitals since 2019.
The rankings are calculated using a complex methodology, utilizing four data sources to determine the final placement:
- Recommendations from more than 80,000 doctors, hospital managers, and healthcare professionals
- Patient experience surveys
- Patient-reported outcome measures
- Hospital quality metrics, including patient safety, hygiene measures, waiting times, and quality of care.
At Sheba, our gratitude goes out to the outstanding, dedicated medical teams whose hard work has empowered us to help bring cutting-edge healthcare to patients in need from across the globe.