Premier Health’s Miami Valley Hospital was named the ninth best hospital in Ohio and ranked first in the Dayton region in new rankings released by US News and World Report.
Other Dayton-area hospitals were ranked as high performers in various procedures and conditions, including in the Kettering Health and Mercy Health hospital systems. Cleveland Clinic was ranked as the best hospital in Ohio, and also made the national list of US News 2023-2024 Best Hospitals Roll of honor.
“Premier Health is committed to quality patient care and improving the health of the communities we serve,” said Michael Riordan, president and CEO of Premier Health. “This recognition from US News and World Report shows that our team of physicians, providers, nurses, clinical and support staff excels in providing patient care in our hospitals every day. They inspire us all.”
Miami Valley Hospital locations include Miami Valley Hospital North in Englewood and Miami Valley Hospital South in Centerville. The hospital was ranked high performing in 10 areas of care: heart failure; heart attack; colon cancer surgery; hip replacement; knee replacement; diabetes; prostate cancer surgery; leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma; maternity care (uncomplicated pregnancy); and stroke.
In addition, Premier Health’s Atrium Medical Center received a high-performing designation for heart attack and stroke, while Upper Valley Medical Center received a high-performing designation for maternity care (uncomplicated pregnancy).
Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati was also ranked among the top 10 hospitals in Ohio, and it was named a high performer in one specialty and 10 procedures and/or conditions. Christ Hospital in Cincinnati was named the third best hospital in Ohio, was ranked nationally in a specialty and was named a high performer in four specialties and 12 procedures and/or conditions.
Kettering Health had four hospitals designated as high-performing hospitals, with Kettering Health Main Campus receiving the most ratings.
Kettering Health Main Campus achieved high performance ratings for the following procedures and conditions: aortic valve surgery, colon cancer surgery, heart bypass surgery, hip replacement, knee replacement and stroke.
Three other Kettering Health medical centers were also named high performers for the following conditions or procedures:
“Receiving this recognition affirms our employees’ commitment to the best health of our patients,” said Brenda Kuhn, chief clinical officer at Kettering Health. “We remain dedicated to raising our standards of care and achieving patient-focused outcomes, resulting in superior healthcare.”
Mercy Health-Springfield Regional Medical Center in Springfield was rated a high-performing hospital in three conditions, including heart attack, heart failure and stroke.
Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health in Cincinnati was rated high performing in four adult procedures and conditions, including heart failure; leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma; blow; and knee replacement.
Mercy Health-Anderson Hospital in Cincinnati was rated high performing in four adult procedures and conditions, including heart attack, heart failure, diabetes and stroke.
Mercy Health-Clermont Hospital in Batavia was rated high performing in heart failure.
US News evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals across 15 specialties and 21 procedures and conditions.
“For 34 years, US News has provided data-informed rankings to help patients and their doctors find the best hospital to treat their disease or condition,” said Ben Harder, chief of health analytics and managing editor at US News. “Fewer than half of the hospitals evaluated achieved high performance. High-performing hospitals have excelled in providing high-quality care in specific procedures and/or conditions.”
To meet the diverse needs of patients, US News offers rankings and ratings in three dozen different health care services, including cancer care, orthopedics, heart bypass surgery and more.