ANNUAL REPORT2021ADVANCES IN COMPLEX CARE
From advanced diagnostic technology to multidisciplinary care models, innovation is a driving force in our efforts to continually improve the options available to pediatric patients with challenging treatment needs.
A Letter from Roger Widmann
Updates from the Chief of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Service on preoperative care, complex procedures and research advances.
How Teamwork Optimizes Complex Pediatric Spine Care
Learn more about how our unique, multidisciplinary pediatric orthopaedic surgical model optimizes patient care both before and after surgery.
Enhancements to the Classification of Tibial Spine Fractures
HSS experts have developed an MRI-based classification system to diagnose and treat tibial spine fractures.
#1Worldwide for orthopaedics according to Newsweek's "World's Best Hospitals 2021" report.
US#1for orthopaedics for 12 consecutive years, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report on its “Best Hospitals” list (2021–2022)
US #4for rheumatology, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report on its “Best Hospitals” list (2021–2022)
Bestin the New York metro area for pediatric orthopaedics, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report on its “Best Hospitals” list (2021–2022)
1,306research papers published in 2021
71active research registries at HSS, with more than 367,000 patients enrolled
36,870surgeries performed in 2021
37k+medical professionals from more than 145 countries choose HSS eAcademy® for continuing medical education
13+years HSS has scored in the 99th percentile on “Likelihood to Recommend,” a key indicator of customer satisfaction, compared to other Magnet hospitals in the Press Ganey database
Top-rankedorthopaedic residency program and research output by the professional healthcare network Doximity.
5consecutive Magnet designations from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the highest award for nursing excellence. HSS was the first hospital in the state to achieve this five consecutive times.
3D Imaging Technology Aids in Mapping Scoliosis
HSS biomedical engineers and pediatric orthopaedic surgeons are helping to evolve advanced technologies that map the spine in superb detail.