Ever wonder how the hospitals where you live rank? Newsweek recently collaborated with Statista Inc., a global market research and consumer data company, to compile a ranking of the Best Hospitals in Canada and worldwide. 

Tens of thousands of doctors, hospital managers and healthcare professionals took part in an online survey that evaluated factors like patient experience, quality of treatment, cleanliness, and more.

They used these performance indicators to give each hospital a score. So who came out on top? Below is a countdown of the top 10 hospitals in Canada.

10. Foothills Medical Centre

Location: Calgary, Alberta
Score: 87.5
Hospital Beds: 1,062

9. Vancouver General Hospital

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Score: 87.8
Hospital Beds: 737

8. The Royal Victoria Hospital

Location: Montreal, Quebec
Score: 87.8
Hospital Beds: 517

7. Royal Jubilee Hospital

Location: Victoria, British Columbia
Score: 87.8
Hospital Beds: 500

6. Montreal General Hospital

Location: Montreal, Quebec
Score: 87.9
Hospital Beds: 479

5. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Score: 88.3
Hospital Beds:  627

4. Jewish General Hospital

Location: Montreal, Quebec
Score: 89.3
Hospital Beds: 637

3. Rockyview General Hospital

Location: Calgary, Alberta
Score: 90.3
Hospital Beds: 650

2. North York General Hospital

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Score: 91.0
Hospital Beds: 410

1. Toronto General Hospital

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Score: 91.1
Hospital Beds: 433

Not surprisingly, Toronto General Hospital takes the top spot in Canada. It serves hundreds of thousands of people a year, and it receives some of the highest funding per capita in Ontario.

When it comes to the world rankings, Toronto General is listed in 7th. Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota is ranked as the best hospital in the world.

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