Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital Ranked One of World’s Top Hospitals for Specialized Care by Newsweek 

Hospital also recognized as one of the world’s best smart hospitals 

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WESTON, Fla. — Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital is among the top hospitals in the world for specialized care, according to Newsweek’s World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2023.  

In addition, the hospital was recognized worldwide as a smart hospital according to Newsweek’s World’s Best Smart Hospitals 2023, which Newsweek describes as hospitals that use state-of-the art technology to fundamentally rethink how care is delivered.  

For specialized care, Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital was recognized in Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and Urology.    

“It is an honor to be recognized for providing patients with the highest quality care, which is reflected in the outcomes we achieve on their behalf,” said Rodolfo J. Blandon, MD, MBA, President of Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital. “This is a tremendous accomplishment and speaks to the dedication of our caregivers who embrace our “Patients First” philosophy and give 100 percent every day.”  

In March, Newsweek also ranked Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital as the highest ranked hospital in South Florida and 45th best in the nation, as part of its World Best Hospitals analysis published on March 2, 2022.  

 

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