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Williamsburg Regional Medical Center ranked among Hampton Roads’ best hospitals

Sentara Williamsburg Medical Center (Courtesy Sentara)
Sentara Williamsburg Medical Center (Courtesy Sentara)

Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center is among the top hospitals in Hampton Roads, according to rankings recently released by U.S. News & World Report.

The hospital is tied for fourth in Hampton Roads with Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News. It also is ranked 14th statewide.

The hospital received the highest rating possible in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart failure and hip replacements.

U.S. News & World Report creates the rankings by analyzing data from almost 5,000 hospitals across more than 25 specialities, procedures and conditions. The rankings also take into consideration factors such as survival and readmission rates, patient safety and quality of nursing care, among others.

Here are the top hospitals in Hampton Roads, according to U.S. News & World Report’s rankings.

  1. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Norfolk

2. Sentara Princess Anne Hospital, Virginia Beach

3. Sentara Leigh Hospital, Virginia Beach

4. Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, Williamsburg

4. Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newport News

6. Sentara CarePlex Hospital, Hampton

In additional to Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, four of the other hospitals on the list were in the top 14 statewide, according to the rankings.

Norfolk General Hospital was ranked No. 3 in the state behind the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville and VCU Medical Center in Richmond.

Princess Anne Hospital was ranked ninth statewide, Leigh Hospital was ranked 13th and Mary Immaculate Hospital was tied with Williamsburg Regional Medical Center at 14th.

You can read more about the rankings on the U.S. News & World Report website.

Bryan DeVasher
Bryan DeVasher
Bryan DeVasher is the managing editor-digital of WYDaily. A resident of Hampton Roads for more than two decades, he has worked for news organizations in Virginia, Illinois, Missouri and Indiana. He most recently was a member of the public relations staff for Virginia State Police.

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