U.S. News: UCSF Orthopaedics ranks No. 4 in nation

Osseointegration patient Carol Davis meets with Matthew Garibaldi, MS, CPO, director of the UCSF Orthotic and Prosthetic Centers, at the UCSF Orthopaedic Institute at Mission Bay in San Francisco. Photo by Barbara Ries

UCSF Medical Center has been recognized among the nation’s elite hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019-2020 Best Hospitals survey, marking the 21st year that UCSF Health has been listed among the top 10 hospitals in the prestigious listings and best in Northern California.

In this year’s results, which were released July 30, UCSF ranked seventh on the national Best Hospitals Honor Roll and among the nation’s leading medical centers in all 15 specialties for which it was assessed. The rankings were drawn from evaluations of more than 4,650 hospitals across the country.

UCSF Medical Center ranked among the top 10 centers nationwide in 10 specialty areas; orthopaedics ranked 4th in the nation.

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