Newsweek Again Names Saratoga Hospital One of the ‘World’s Best’

Only Capital Region hospital to make the list

For the second year in a row, Saratoga Hospital has been named one of “The World’s Best Hospitals” by Newsweek—a distinction earned by just 11 hospitals in the state.

Newsweek announced the list in a press release last month. Saratoga Hospital, a member of the Albany Med Health System, is the only Capital Region facility counted among the World’s Best. With 171 beds, the hospital also is by far the smallest New York facility to earn the designation.

“The World’s Best distinction is yet another reason to choose Saratoga Hospital—whether you’re a patient or a health care provider,” Saratoga Hospital President and CEO Angelo Calbone said. “Our team has earned a reputation far and wide for their commitment to high-quality care and each other. It’s because of them, and the resources we share through the Albany Med Health System, that our community has access to world-class care close to home.”

The rankings are compiled by Newsweek and partner Statista, a research and analysis service. Their 2022 World’s Best list recognizes 2,200 hospitals in 27 countries based on three data sources: recommendations from medical experts, results from patient surveys and medical key performance indicators for hospitals.

For the full Newsweek rankings, visit The World’s Best Hospitals 2022. Read more about other Saratoga Hospital accolades.