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In the Newsweek rankings of the world’s best hospitals (conducted in conjunction with consumer data company Statista), Charité came fifth out of a total of 1,000.
In addition to moving up one position in the global rankings, this result confirmed Charité’s status as the best hospital in Europe. The Newsweek rankings placed a particular focus on the continued ability to deliver the highest-quality patient care and to conduct critical medical research under extremely challenging conditions.
Two other European hospitals made the top ten: France’s Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière came seventh, and Sweden's Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset came eighth. Leading the rankings at number 1 is the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, USA. Performance indicators taken into account included recommendations from medical professionals and hospital staff as well as patient survey results.
For further information, please refer to the Newsweek website.