Annual voting for U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” and “Best Children’s Hospitals” physician survey typically occurs in late February through March. Physicians who are board-certified in one of the qualified specialties are eligible to vote. By claiming your profile on Doximity, you’ll be able to vote in the survey which determines hospital and specialty rankings in the annual “Best Hospitals” report from U.S. News and World Report.
For 2022 and beyond, you can only vote via Doximity. It is important that your Doximity profile is up to date and reflects your current board certification. If you are certified in a relevant specialty, you will receive an email at the beginning of the voting period inviting you to participate in the survey. This table shows the specialty/subspecialty categories considered eligible for last year’s survey.
Registration on Doximity is a one-time-only requirement. If you already have claimed your profile, please confirm that your profile has your current contact information and board certification.
To check your registration on Doximity:
Doximity is a medical professional network that U.S. News & World Report uses to administer their annual “Best Hospitals” survey. 75% of all U.S. physicians and 3,318 UCSF physicians are registered on Doximity.
Your Doximity profile allows you to network with fellow physicians and, through a partnership with U.S. News & World Report, Doximity provides you with an opportunity to have a voice in voting to identify next year’s Best Hospitals and top specialty programs.
To vote follow these steps:
We encourage all voting-eligible UCSF School of Medicine faculty, graduates, residents and fellows to complete your survey. Your continued support of UCSF Medical Center is much appreciated.
Recognition in U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” issue highlights the expertise of our internationally renowned faculty and staff at UCSF Medical Center, who provide advanced care and redefine the future of medicine.
In the most recent “Best Hospitals” report, UCSF Medical Center was recognized as the nation’s best hospital for neurology and neurosurgery and among the country’s premier medical centers overall.