For 10th Year in a Row, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital named a Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report

Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has been named a Best Children’s Hospital for 2020-2021 by U.S. News & World Report. This is the tenth consecutive year Le Bonheur has been included in the prestigious list with recognition in eight specialties.

The annual Best Children’s Hospitals rankings recognize the top 50 pediatric facilities across the U.S. in pediatric specialties. Among the specialties for which Le Bonheur was recognized were cardiology and heart surgery, gastroenterology and GI surgery, neonatology, neurology and neurosurgery, nephrology, orthopedics, pulmonology and urology.

“I am thrilled that for the tenth consecutive year, Le Bonheur has been recognized as a Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report,” said Le Bonheur President Michael Wiggins. “This honor is a sign of our dedication to providing the best health care for children. This means that families can count on us to provide safe and effective care for all children who need us.”

U.S. News introduced the Best Children’s Hospitals list in 2007 to help families of children with rare or life-threatening illnesses find the best medical care available. The U.S. News Best Children’s Hospitals rankings rely on clinical data and on an annual survey of pediatric specialists.

For more information, visit Best Children’s Hospitals and see #BestHospitals on Facebook and Twitter.


Posted: 6/16/20

Related News

Le Bonheur Children’s Outpatient Center in Jackson, TN recognized as a 2019 Business of the Year
Posted: 3/20/20
Le Bonheur Children’s Outpatient Center in Jackson, TN was recognized as a 2019 Business of the Year (1-49 employees) at the Jackson Chamber’s Annual Celebration.
Le Bonheur Children's Breaks Ground on Front Garden
Posted: 10/24/19
Le Bonheur Green will fill the nearly 2-acre lawn facing Adams Avenue
Le Bonheur Successfully Creates Airway and Voice Box for Child
Posted: 8/5/19
Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital reconstructed an airway and voice box in the world’s first successful surgery of its kind for 2-year-old Cooper Kilburn from Adamsville, Tenn.