Penn Medicine hospitals are ranked among the top hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

US News Best Hospitals Honor Roll Badge

The Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian (HUP/PPMC) are ranked among the nation's top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report in 2016. HUP/PPMC is ranked #9 in the nation, in the publication's prestigious annual "Honor Roll" recognition for excellence in multiple specialties.

Penn Medicine's hospitals are all recognized as among the best regionally. In the Philadelphia metro area, HUP/PPMC is ranked #1, while Pennsylvania Hospital is ranked #4 and Chester County Hospital (CCH) is ranked #6.

Across the state of Pennsylvania, HUP/PPMC is ranked #1 with Lancaster General Hospital (LGH) at #5, Pennsylvania Hospital at #7 and Chester County Hospital #12.

2016-2017 Rankings:

Specialty Award
Cancer HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Cardiology & Heart Surgery HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Diabetes & Endocrinology HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Ear, Nose & Throat HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Gastroenterology & GI Surgery HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Lancaster General Hospital: Among the nation's leaders
Geriatrics HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Nephrology HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Neurology & Neurosurgery HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Orthopedics HUP/PPMC: Among the nation's leaders
PAH: Among the nation's leaders
Pulmonology HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
Lancaster General Hospital: Among the nation's leaders
Urology HUP/PPMC: Highest in the Philadelphia region
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