Cincinnati has about 16 hospitals, many of which are recognized on both the state and national level for excellent care.
Ranked as Cincinnati’s best hospital by U.S. News & World Report, Christ Hospital is high-performing in nine specialities and nationally ranked in two. The hospital is in the top 50 institutions for orthopedics as well as diabetes and endocrinology. With more than 500 beds, Christ Hospital is a large surgical and general medical facility.
Teaching hospital University Hospital was noted as high-performing in about a dozen adult specialities including cancer and also cardiology and heart surgery. About 450 beds are housed in this general medical and surgical facility that is one of the best hospitals in the metro area.
Good Samaritan has more than 500 beds and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. This teaching hospital is another one of the city’s best and was ranked as high-performing in nine adult specialities.
Jewish Hospital, located in Cincinnati's northeast suburbs, has been ranked in eight adult specialities as high-performing. With more than 200 beds, the medical facility was the first Jewish hospital established in the United States and has been serving the community since 1850.