Which are the best hospitals in Canada?

The Globe and Mail’s best hospitals rankings have been released and show how hospitals in Alberta, B.C., Ontario and Quebec are performing in the region, based on patient outcomes.

In the rankings, which are based on a review of patient outcomes and the overall quality of care, the Calgary Coronavirus Centre ranked No. 2 in Alberta (ranked No. 5 overall), No. 4 in Ontario (ranked seventh overall), and No. 10 in Quebec (ranked 15th overall).

The Alberta Hospital Group also earned the top spot in Ontario, ranking No. 8 in Ontario and No-1 in Quebec.

In B.K.C. and Newfoundland and Labrador, hospitals are ranked higher than in other provinces.

Ontario ranked No-2 in B.S., No. 3 in B, and No, 3 in Newfoundland and in Quebec No. 1.

In Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec, hospitals were ranked No, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10, and 12 in the regional rankings.

The hospital rankings also revealed that the province has more emergency departments and hospital beds per capita than any other province.

The rankings are based largely on patient safety outcomes and patient safety-related costs and are adjusted for inflation to reflect the rate of inflation.

The rankings do not include other factors, such as the number of beds, patient numbers, and emergency department beds.

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