The hospitals of The Valley Health System have been nationally ranked as high performing facilities for six different medical conditions by U.S. News and World Report in their 2023-2024 “Best Hospitals” report. These include:
Centennial Hills Hospital for Heart Failure and Stroke
Henderson Hospital for Heart Failure
Spring Valley Hospital for Heart Failure, COPD, Heart Attack, Kidney Failure and Stroke
Summerlin Hospital for Heart Failure, Heart Attack, Kidney Failure and Stroke
Valley Hospital for Heart Failure, Diabetes, Heart Attack, Kidney Failure and Stroke
“Our healthcare teams, including leaders, clinical and non-clinical staff and our physicians, work very hard every day to provide the best level of care for our patients. This means we are constantly reporting key data points, measuring our outcomes, identifying opportunities for improvement and incorporating new practices throughout our health system for the benefit of our patients,” said Karla Perez, Regional Vice President, Acute Care Division, Universal Health Services, which is the parent company of The Valley Health System.
A high performer rating indicates a hospital was significantly better than the national average in a given procedure or condition. The methodology uses objective measures such as survival rates, patient experience and other factors using data provided by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, American Hospital Association®, professional organizations and medical specialists. The Procedures and Conditions ratings are based entirely on objective patient care measures, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Now in its 34th year, Best Hospitals evaluates hospitals in more than 30 medical and surgical services, with the objective of providing patients with data-driven decision tools. To keep pace with consumers' needs and the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, several refinements are reflected in the 2023-2024 Best Hospitals rankings and ratings. These include the introduction of outpatient outcomes in key specialty rankings and surgical ratings, the expanded inclusion of other outpatient data, an increased weight on objective quality measures, a reduced weight on expert opinion and more.