Cayuga Medical Center (CMC) has been rated high performing on three procedures and conditions by U.S. News and World Report.
The national publication rated CMC as high performing in stroke and hip replacement, as well as maternity care for uncomplicated pregnancy.
According to U.S. News, hospitals that place in the top 10% for a medical specialty earn a “High Performing” rating for that specialty. U.S. News bases their specialty area evaluations on in-depth, data-driven tools reflecting numerous quality measures.
“We take immense pride in our recognition as ‘high performing’ in stroke, hip replacement, and maternity care by U.S. News and World Report, affirming our commitment to delivering excellence across the entire spectrum of patient care, from birth through their whole of life,” said Dr. Andreia de Lima, Chief Medical Officer, Cayuga Medical Center.
“Our teams at Cayuga Health work very hard to provide the highest quality of care and the best results for our patients,” said Dr. Martin Stallone, President and CEO, Cayuga Health. “The ‘high performing’ recognition for multiple specialties is an honor for our whole team. It reflects our commitment to clinical excellence across the breadth of services we provide to our communities every day.”
To help patients decide where to receive care, U.S. News has evaluated hospitals for over 30 years. Their current rankings reflect assessments of nearly 5,000 hospitals. To see the full list, go to https://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals.