McLean Hospital, a member of Mass General Brigham and the largest psychiatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is America’s #1 hospital for psychiatric care, according to the U.S. News & World Report annual “best hospitals” survey results released today.
A complete list of the 2022 rankings is available online at usnews.com/besthospitals.
This is the fourth time in the past 10 years that McLean has been ranked the #1 hospital for psychiatry among all hospitals nationwide. This also marks McLean’s 20th consecutive year as the highest ranked among freestanding psychiatric hospitals in the survey.
McLean has more than 2,700 staff—each dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families who are affected by mental illness.
“We are honored to be ranked the top hospital for psychiatric care in the country; while it is gratifying to earn this accolade, our greatest accomplishments happen each day across our campuses as we partner with our patients, their families, and fellow providers, to help people achieve mental health and recovery” said McLean President and Psychiatrist in Chief Scott L. Rauch, MD.
“Nothing gives us greater satisfaction than knowing that the work we do directly contributes to helping those we serve.”
Rauch also noted that throughout Mass General Brigham, the delivery of high-quality mental health care is a long-standing tradition. Psychiatric services at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital were also highly ranked.
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