Best Hospitals in New York

New York has nearly 250 hospitals. Twelve are nationally ranked and 35 others meet standards for strong performance within the state. U.S. News also ranked hospitals in New York metro areas including Buffalo and New York City.

How We Rank Hospitals

Rankings in Metro Areas

Best Hospitals by Metro Area

Albany, Buffalo, New York, Poughkeepsie-Newburgh, Rochester, Syracuse

Best Hospitals by Region

Central New York, Hudson Valley, Northern New York, Western New York

State Rank Hospital No. of Specialties Nationally Ranked No. of Specialties High-Performing
#29

Saratoga Hospital

Saratoga Springs, NY

Recognized in Albany metro area

Recognized in Northern New York

1 High-Performing Specialty
#29

Southside Hospital

Bay Shore, NY

Ranked #40 in New York metro area

1 High-Performing Specialty
#29

St. Charles Hospital

Port Jefferson, NY

Ranked #40 in New York metro area

1 High-Performing Specialty
#29

St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

Syracuse, NY

Recognized in Syracuse metro area

Recognized in Central New York

1 High-Performing Specialty

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#29

St. Luke's-Cornwall Hospital

Newburgh, NY

Recognized in Poughkeepsie-Newburgh metro area

Recognized in Hudson Valley

1 High-Performing Specialty
#29

UHS Hospitals

Binghamton, NY

Recognized in Central New York

1 High-Performing Specialty
#29

Unity Hospital

Rochester, NY

Ranked #4 in Rochester metro area

Recognized in Western New York

1 High-Performing Specialty

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The Methodology & Awards

Gold — Nationally Ranked: hospitals that excel in difficult cases in one or more specialties.

Silver — High-Performing: hospitals in the tier just below nationally ranked Best Hospitals.

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