Oakwood Hospitals in Dearborn, Wayne receive U.S. News and World Report designation

Two Oakwood Hospitals were ranked among the top 25 health care facilities in the State of Michigan, according to the U.S. News and World Report.

Oakwood Hospital – Dearborn and Oakwood Hospital – Wayne made the annual survey again, while Oakwood Hospital – Southshore and Oakwood Hospital – Taylor did not meet the minimum bed requirements, according to the publication.

“I am so proud of the Oakwood team of clinicians, employees and volunteers,” says Oakwood President & CEO Brian M. Connolly. “Our strong showing is no surprise, given Oakwood’s strength in primary and specialty care and our team’s dedication to providing high quality, compassionate care to each person who comes to us.”  Oakwood Dearborn was ranked 8th in metro Detroit and 11th in Michigan, with distinguished specialties that include: cancer; gastroenterology and GI surgery; geriatrics; nephrology; neurology and neurosurgery; orthopedics, as well as pulmonology and urology.

Oakwood Wayne was ranked at 16th in metro Detroit and 21st in the state, with distinguished specialties that include: nephrology; neurology and neurosurgery, as well as pulmonology and urology. Last year, the hospital was ranked 21st and 29th, respectively.

Also, Oakwood congratulates its colleagues at Beaumont Health System. Their Royal Oak hospital was ranked 1st in Michigan, with 10 nationally ranked specialties and two high performing specialties, while their Troy hospital came in 4th in the state, with three nationally ranked specialties and nine high-performing specialties.

“Beaumont Health System’s reputation for quality and excellence in Michigan and beyond is well earned,” says Connolly. “They exemplify the type of care every patient should receive. Congratulations to all at Beaumont for this national recognition.”