Newsweek released its extensive list of the world's best hospitals today. Impressively, wedged right in between Massachusetts General Hospital and University of Tokyo Hospital sits Toronto General Hospital in seventh place.\nToronto General Hospital is one of eight hospitals that comprises Canada's University Health Network. It also happens to function as the largest and most highly-funded research organization across the nation, as well as the largest transplant centre in North America.\nREAD ALSO: Scaffolding Collapse In Toronto Sends Multiple Workers To The Hospital\nToronto General serves as University of Toronto's teaching hospital and is a leading disruptor in the field of transplantation research and innovation. The hospital has achieved countless "firsts", such as a triple organ transplant (double-lung, liver, and pancreas) back in 2015.\nView this post on Instagram Para tener buenos resultados en cirugía o transplante se requiere concentrar casos. Toronto General es el centro de transplantes más grande de Norteamérica (incluyendo EEUU y Canadá). Realiza prácticamente 200 transplantes de pulmón al año y un total de 600 transplantes/año. Aquí se realizó: - El primer transplante bipulmonar exitoso. - Pioneros implementar técnica de preservación ex-vivo. - Pioneros en implementar protocolo para transplante usando donantes con hepatitis C. #donaciondeorganos #soydonante #hospital #cirugiadetorax #transplante #transplantepulmonar #transplant #beadonor A post shared by Pablo Perez Castro (@dr.pabloperez) on Jan 21, 2019 at 5:05am PST\nToronto General Hospital is famous for its cardiac centre, named after Peter Munk, the founder of Barrick Gold, who donated $100 million to the hospital. The Peter Munk Cardiac Centre is considered to be a "global leader" in both open-heart surgery and cardiovascular health.\nOver the past nine decades, Newsweek has reported on a wide array of aspects related to the healthcare industry. Through its partnership with Statista Inc., a global company that specializes in market research and consumer data, Newsweek developed what they call a "groundbreaking ranking" of the world's best hospitals.\n@sdraslaterembedded via\nAccording to Newsweek, the hospitals that landed a spot on this list are "at the forefront of adapting to new challenges while providing top-notch patient care." Of the hospitals that made the list's top spots, many of them are globally-renowned for shaping patient care through the application of their innovative educational resources, expansive clinical research facilities, and in the case of Charité hospital in Berlin, their Nobel Prize winning-staff.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto-Area Hospital Under Investigation For Doctor's Gender Discrimination Practices\nThe top 10 hospitals have earned special recognition by Newsweek's panel of experts, including doctors, allied medical professionals, and administrators from four different continents.\nFor those who are interested in viewing a complete list of Newsweek's top 10 hospitals worldwide, click here.