With a nearly century-long history of providing care, we are proud to share that Mount Sinai Hospital has once again been recognized as one of the World’s Best Specialized Hospitals for 2023 by Newsweek.
The list is based on a yearly global survey, to which over 40,000 medical professionals in over 20 countries are invited to participate. The results of the survey are then validated by a global board of renowned medical experts.
In addition to being featured on the list for Cardiology, Neurology, Paediatrics and Pulmonology, Mount Sinai Hospital is recognized for the following specialized programs:
The Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes is referral centre for complex cases in Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and diabetes in pregnancy. The centre plays a leadership role in advancing diabetes research and care locally, provincially, nationally and internationally, ranking among the top in the world in diabetes research.
The Christopher Sharp Cancer Centre is home to one of the largest specialized cancer programs in Ontario. It offers a personalized approach and the highest quality, compassionate care for patients.
From dedicated interprofessional teams to cancer researchers, the centre is committed to providing innovative drug treatments, highly specialized surgeries and person-centered care.
Mount Sinai Hospital’s Centre for Inflammatory Bowel Disease serves over 10,000 patients annually, many from outside of Toronto and Ontario. Additionally, the Zane Cohen Centre for Digestive Diseases is internationally acclaimed as a clinical research facility and leader in the understanding and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.
Mount Sinai Hospital is renowned for specialized expertise in hip and knee surgical procedures to restore the function of the hip or knee joint, as well as a national center for the treatment of Orthopaedic oncology.
Read the full list here.