In Newsweek Magazine’s comprehensive review of 1,000 hospitals in 11 countries, North York General Hospital was ranked the second best hospital in Canada and scored in the TOP 100 in the world.
“We’re beyond proud to be recognized as the second best hospital in Canada,” says Terry Pursell, President and CEO of North York General Foundation. “This achievement has been supported by over 50 years of philanthropy. We’re profoundly grateful for our donors’ support, which gives our medical staff, health professionals and researchers the resources they need to save lives and provide exceptional care across generations.”
As a leading community academic hospital, North York General provides a full range of health care services, from family medicine to acute care and specialized surgery. Our hospital has delivered exceptional patient- and family-centred care to the community for over half a century, while building a culture of innovation, quality, and learning.
Newsweek Magazine entered into a partnership with a global market research firm to rank the best hospitals in 11 industrialized countries: Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Switzerland, South Korea, Singapore and Australia.
One thousand hospitals were ranked, based on recommendations from medical professionals, patient surveys and medical performance measures, such as data on the quality of treatment, hygiene and patient safety.