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​America's Hospitals

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By Kelsey Kessler                


A​ ​

is for Aspen Valley Hospital

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Aspen Valley Hospital was the first hospital ever built in Aspen. The Hospital had 20 nice organized rooms for patients to go into.


B​ is for Billings Clinic ​

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Billings Clinic is located through the region of Bozeman, Colistrip, Columbus, Miles City, Red Lodge, Montana, Wyoming​.


C​ ​is for Children’s National Health System  

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Children’s National Health System is in the top 10 for children's hospitals. In 2016 there were over 218,958 patients that came in that year.


D ​is for Duke University HospitalÂ

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The 2017-18 U.S. News and World Report rankings again placed Duke University Hospital on the national Honor Roll, naming it the #17 medical center in the country.


E​ is for Emory University HospitalÂ

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It has over 17,000 employees as of September 1st 2017. It is also the largest and most comprehensive health system in Georgia.


F​ is for Florida Hospital Orlando   ​

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Florida Hospital has 1,393 bed-acute-care medical center that serves as Florida's Hospital is a member of Adventist Health System.


G​ is for Good Samaritan Hospital ​

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Good Samaritan Hospital was founded in 1932 and it is now on it’s 75 years of caring for the Dayton, Ohio.


H​ ​is for Houston Methodist Hospital

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It is a nonprofit health care organization based in Houston, Texas.


I​ ​is for Indiana University Health University Hospital

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IU Health is designated as a Magnet hospital system by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, recognizing excellence in nursing care at IU Health.


J​ ​is for​ ​Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Johns Hopkins Hospital was opened in 1889, has been ranked number 1 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 22 years, most recently in 2013.


K​

is for ​Kingwood Medical Center

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Kingwood Medical Center has 373-bed acute care hospital, with more than 450 physicians, 1500-plus healthcare professionals.


L ​is for Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest

 

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Lehigh Valley Hospital has over 17,000 colleagues which contributes to the mission and to make Lehigh Valley healthier and better place to be in.


M ​is for​ ​Massachusetts General Hospital

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Massachusetts General Hospital is the third oldest general hospital in the United States.


N ​ ​is for Northern Hospital

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In 2015-2016 there were 3,268 babies born. There was also 14 long term care facilities.


O​ is for​ ​Oakwood Hospital   ​

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It has 168 health centers, nearly 5,000 physicians and 35,000 employees, Beaumont Health contributes to the health and wellbeing of residents throughout southeast Michigan and beyond.


P​ is for Providence Hospital ​

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There is 50 Providence Hospitals and 829 clinics and hundreds of programs and services in Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.


Q ​Is for Queens Hospital Center

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It has more than 3,000 employees which makes it one of the most employed areas.


R​

is for Ronald Reagan UCLA medical center

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The hospital has 520 private patient rooms.


S​

​is for Surgery Specialty Hospital  

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Surgery Specialty Hospitals of America in Pasadena, Texas is a general medical and surgical facility.


T​

​is

for Texas Children Hospital

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More than 1,600 infants are cared for each year in the Texas Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Units, making it one of the largest, most experienced NICUs in the country.


U​ is for University of Utah Health ​

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In 2001 three students went to NYC to aid burn patients in terror attacks.


V​ ​is for ​Victoria Hospital

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Victoria Hospital provides services and clinics around the region. It has become world-famous for its pioneering burns and it’s plastic surgery.


W​

is for West Hospital and Physicians  

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West Hospital and Physicians specialises in cardiac care and cancer care.


X​

is for Xcellent Care Hospital Velachery

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The hospital is known for Brain and Spinal Surgeries.


Y ​is for York Hospital

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There are more than 690 physicians and other professionals working there.


Z ​Is for​ ​Zanesville Ohio Hospital

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It is an integrated health care delivery system.


Summary   

Those were the hospitals that went from A to Z in the alphabet. These  are all in America so if you get hurt  you might go to one of these. Next  time you get hurt ask your parents  what hospital you are going to. And  it might end up being one of these  hospitals.  

 


America's Hospitals  

Summary Those were the hospitals that went from A to Z in the alphabet. These are all in America so if you get hurt you might go to one o...

America's Hospitals  

Summary Those were the hospitals that went from A to Z in the alphabet. These are all in America so if you get hurt you might go to one o...

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