World Tops Academy – Top 5 best children hospitals in the world


( According to U.S. News & World Report, this is top 5 best children hospitals in the world. The report gathered clinical survey data from nearly 200 medical centers. Patient safety, infection prevention and nurse staffing are among the measures U.S. News evaluates. The publication also develops a hospital's score by surveying more than 15,000 pediatric specialists who are asked where they would send the sickest children in their specialty.


1.Boston Children's Hospital



Affiliated with Harvard Medical Center and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Children's Hospital Boston is one of the most prestigious pediatric hospitals in the country. In addition to operating its own critical care transport team (Boston MedFlight), Children's lays claims to the largest research campaign in pediatrics, with over a thousand scientists working with $225 million in funding annually. Children's even runs a dedicated Technology and Innovation Development Office.

2. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia



The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was not only the first hospital in the United States dedicated to pediatric healthcare, but it is also the largest – with well over a million ER and outpatient visits annually. This top children's hospital has maintained a staggering record of innovation since its inception, playing an integral role in demoting pediatric lymphoblastic leukemia from a death sentence to a disease with a 90% remission rate – in less than a hundred years.

3. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center



With nearly 600 active beds, the busiest pediatric ER in the country, and southwest Ohio's only level-I pediatric trauma center, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is quite a big deal. And with so many patients to treat in a limited amount of time and space, the physicians and researchers have turned to automated treatment methods to reduce recovery time and increase patient turnaround. CCHMC also offers minimally invasive robotic surgery via the Da Vinci Surgical System, but they also take it a step further with the Lokomat. This robotic "exoskeleton" controls patients' legs at the hips and knees to help them recover from muscular deterioration and nervous system damage.

4. Texas Children's Hospital (Houston)



The Texas Children's Hospital may be the largest pediatric care center in the United States—it does have over 900 beds - but most people have probably heard of it because of David Vetter (aka "Bubble Boy"). Diagnosed with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) at birth, Vetter was confined to a bespoke sterilized bubble - an unprecedented treatment that extended his lifespan from just minutes to over twelve healthy years. This level of dedication and willingness to adopt bold treatments methods is alive and well at TCH today, where an adolescent patient successfully underwent one of the world's only triple-transplants (heart, lung, and liver) just a few years ago.

5. Children's Hospital Los Angeles



Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is a nationally ranked, freestanding acute care children's hospital in the East Hollywood district of Los Angeles, on Sunset Boulevard at the corner of Vermont Avenue. The hospital has been academically affiliated with the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California since 1932 and the hospital features 401 pediatric beds. The hospital provides comprehensive pediatric specialties and subspecialties to infants, children, teens, and young adults generally aged 0–21throughout California and the west coast.

According to U.S. News & World Report; and en.wikipedia


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