Adding to its prestigious resume of national recognition, Arkansas Heart Hospital was recently named one of the Top 6 US Hospitals for cardiology in Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals list.
The ranking is based on the recommendation of medical professionals, patient surveys and performance against medical-based criteria. Patient surveys consider factors such as general satisfaction with the hospital, recommendation of hospital, satisfaction with medical care, and satisfaction with service and organization. Newsweek, in conjunction with Statista, compiled a board of medical experts to evaluate hospitals around the world, and Arkansas Heart Hospital was named among the best in the world as well as one of the top six US hospitals for cardiology.
“We are incredibly proud to be on an elite list of only six hospitals nationwide to be recognized by Newsweek for our world-class cardiology services,” said Dr. Bruce Murphy, CEO of Arkansas Heart Hospital. “It is a true testament to the emphasis we continually place on providing leading edge, high-quality cardiac care.”
In addition to this recognition by Newsweek, Arkansas Heart Hospital has been recognized as a Five-Star Overall Hospital by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services – the only hospital in the state to receive it for two consecutive years. Every member of our staff continually strives to bring our patients the best care in the region, and distinctions like these only drive us to provide even better care for our home state. Learn more about our ratings here and get more news and insights for our hospital here.