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With a world-wide reputation for excellence in endocrinology and cardiology, we are pleased to share that Mount Sinai Hospital has been recognized in the first edition of the World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2021 for these specialty areas.

Managed by Newsweek magazine and in partnership with a global market research company, more than 40,000 medical experts participated in surveys that allowed them to recommend and assess various hospitals within their respective specializations. The results of the survey were then validated by a global board of renowned medical experts.

“Treatment for diabetes and other endocrine-related disorders has advanced at an inspiring pace over the past several years, allowing people to truly live healthier, happier and longer lives,” says Dr. Bruce Perkins, Endocrinologist and Director of the Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes. There are eleven million Canadians at risk for or living with diabetes, and more around the world. “We are most proud of our clinical team that works with passion every day to offer our patients an individualized, person-centered approach to live as well as possible using the newest therapies and technologies, some, I am proud to say, that have been developed by our own scientists.”

“In addition to our expertise in cardiac care, we are home to Canada’s only research-dedicated cardiac catheterization lab that is at the international forefront of understanding heart disease,” says Dr. Alan Barolet, site director for Cardiology at Mount Sinai Hospital. “Every day, our clinicians and researchers at the Miles Nadal Heart Centre are propelled to better understand heart function in different populations, and ultimately save lives. We are proud to be recognized alongside our global peers for this work.”

Click here to read the full Newsweek report.