UF Health Jacksonville has been recognized as a high-performing hospital in nine specialties, procedures and conditions in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals rankings for 2021-22, including a Top 50 national ranking.
UF Health Jacksonville was ranked 39th in the country in the ear, nose and throat specialty – an amalgam of services provided by UF Health’s Otolaryngology and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery departments – an improvement of 11 spots from last year’s ranking. In addition, the organization was recognized for high performance in the specialty of urology, and the patient care procedures/conditions of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD; diabetes; heart attack; heart failure; kidney failure; pneumonia and stroke.
UF Health Jacksonville ranked third in the Jacksonville area and 16th in the state.
“What these rankings show is our dedication to quality of care, which has become even more crucial with our fight against the current pandemic,” said Kelly Gray-Eurom, MD, chief quality officer for UF Health Jacksonville. “Our leadership and staff are dedicated to serving our patients in the most compassionate and safest way possible, and we are incredibly proud of our performance.”