As leaders in healthcare, we strive to deliver the quality of care patients expect from their health team. As recognition of this commitment to quality, Jefferson Health’s Pennsylvania and New Jersey hospitals are consistently ranked highly by distinguished organizations nationally and locally for patient care, safety and quality of healthcare expertise.
Jefferson continues its record of excellence in healthcare with recognition from U.S. News &World Report’s annual listing of top hospitals and specialties:
Jefferson Health - Abington ranks 7th in the Philadelphia region and 13th in Pennsylvania.
U.S. News & World Report, which compiles and publishes the defining surveys in health care, placed six Jefferson specialty programs among the best, including: Cancer (32nd); Diabetes and Endocrinology (46th); Gastroenterology and GI Surgery (26th); Ophthalmology (2nd); Orthopedics (10th); and Pulmonology (39th).
The more than 475 Jefferson Health doctors named among the region’s best in Philadelphia magazine’s 2021 Top Doctors™ exemplify our mission of improving lives. We thank them and all of our healthcare professionals for always putting our patients first.
Our physicians, nurses, pharmacists, technicians and educators are behind the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit that drives everything we do every day. View the complete listing >
Currently, only 475 U.S. health care organizations out of over 6,300 U.S. hospitals (and 29 in Pennsylvania) have achieved MAGNET recognition. Highly regarded as the "gold standard" of nursing excellence, MAGNET designation assures consumers and patients that they can expect to receive a superior level of care.
For a third time, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals has attained MAGNET® recognition for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). In addition, this year Magnet also recognizes Jefferson Methodist Hospital for nursing excellence.
Abington Hospital received this designation for the fourth consecutive time. In addition, Jefferson Health’s New Jersey-based hospitals (in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township, formerly Kennedy University Hospital) have achieved Magnet® recognition, becoming the first hospitals in Camden and Gloucester counties to receive this honor.
The designation includes the two Jefferson Health Outpatient Dialysis Centers (in Voorhees and Washington Township, NJ); the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township, and its Surgical Center in Washington Township.
Jefferson Health earned a titanium health system designation – the highest status – in the 2018 Donate Life Hospital Challenge for the Gift of Life Donor Program by the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP). Jefferson Health also achieved third place overall within the Gift of Life service area.
Jefferson was among 111 hospitals and 21 health systems who participated in the challenge throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Of those, 56 hospitals and 10 health systems achieved titanium designation, including Jefferson, which recognizes the highest level of clinical and community activities to encourage donor signups.