The Forsyth County campus of Northside Hospital was recently recognized by Newsweek as one of the World’s Best Hospitals.
According to a release from the Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce, hospitals were selected for recognition for their consistent excellence including distinguished physicians, top-notch nursing care and state-of-the-art technology. The final rankings included two thousand hospitals spanning more than twenty-five countries.
Northside Hospital Forsyth was one of only seven Georgia hospitals to be recognized.
“Northside Hospital Forsyth Continues to expand services to meet the growing healthcare needs of our community,” Forsyth County Chamber President and CEO James McCoy said in the release. “They have consistently protected our citizens’ health and championed positive community development efforts as a long-standing partner. I am extremely proud of our Northside location and believe their recognition is very well deserved.”
In addition to being named one of the World’s Best Hospitals, Northside Hospital Forsyth was recognized in the Newsweek report for performing above average in infection prevention measures. Forsyth County was also recently named the Healthiest County in Georgia by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for the ninth consecutive year.
“Northside Hospital Forsyth is committed to balancing clinical excellence with compassionate care. Our success has been built on physicians and staff who are greatly skilled and deeply passionate, and a patient community that entrusts us with their healthcare,” Northside Hospital Forsyth Chief Operating Officer Lynn Jackson said. “I am so proud of the team I get to work with here. Our leaders possess grace, humility and a keen eye for improving performance while building the self-esteem and confidence of all staff members. We are so grateful for this recognition.”