Voting will open in February 2023 for U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals

If you are registered on Doximity, and board-certified in one or more of the ranked medical specialties, you are eligible to vote for next year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals.

Jackson Health System is proud of our staff’s work that contributes to its annual rankings on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals. These rankings are important as many students, residents, faculty, and patients consider these rankings when deciding where to train, practice, and receive care.

Each year, staff who are board-certified physicians and registered members of Doximity are eligible to participate in voting for the best hospital in a range of specialties for U.S. News & World Report rankings. Voting for this year’s rankings will open in February 2023.

We hope you will respond to this survey and select our institution with one of your five votes.

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Jackson Health System is proud of our staff’s work that contributes to its annual rankings on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals. These rankings are important as many students, residents, faculty, and patients consider these rankings when deciding where to train, practice, and receive care.

Each year, staff who are board-certified physicians and registered members of Doximity are eligible to participate in voting for the best hospital in a range of specialties for U.S. News & World Report rankings. Voting for this year’s rankings will open in February 2023.

We hope you will respond to this survey and select our institution with one of your five votes.

Vote for Best Hospital (Adult)

The following names count as a vote for our organization:
Jackson Health System-Miami
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics-UHealth Tower

15 specialties are eligible to vote:

Vote for Best Hospital (Adult)

The following names count as a vote for our organization:
Jackson Health System-Miami
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics-UHealth Tower

15 specialties are eligible to vote:

Vote for Best Hospital (Pediatric)

The following names count as a vote for our organization:
Holtz Children’s Hospital at UM-Jackson Memorial Medical Center
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics-UHealth Tower

10 pediatric specialties are eligible to vote:

Vote for Best Hospital (Pediatric)

The following names count as a vote for our organization:
Holtz Children’s Hospital at UM-Jackson Memorial Medical Center
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics-UHealth Tower

10 pediatric specialties are eligible to vote:

Who Can Vote

Board-certified physicians in one of the 15 adult specialties ranked by U.S. News & World Report and who are registered as Doximity users are eligible to vote.

If you are not currently a Doximity user, you can register at any time to vote during the voting period.

Why Vote

Being listed in U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals is an honor and highlights the expertise of our staff who provide advanced care and innovative research at Jackson Health System.

How to Vote

You must be registered on Doximity.com to participate in the online survey. You can participate in the survey as long as you register on Doximity prior to the end of the voting period.

Registered Doximity users who wish to participate in the online survey should:

  • Watch for an email from Doximity about the annual member survey.
    Even if you do not see the email, if you are a registered Doximity user, you can still vote by logging in to Doximity.com with your username and password during the voting period—or follow the steps to have your password reset.
  • Once logged in, look for a U.S. News graphic or button on the home page and click on it.
  • The survey asks users to name the hospitals that provide the best care in your respective specialty, without consideration to location or cost. For adult specialists, the survey will allow you to list up to five hospitals in your field. However, you only need to vote for one hospital to have your ballot count.

If you have any difficulties completing the survey, contact [email protected] for assistance.

New Voting Changes this Year

  • All surveys will be delivered electronically via Doximity, and the mail-in paper ballot has been eliminated.
  • Eligibility was expanded to include approximately 4,000 interventional radiologists, identified by the Society of Interventional Radiology to vote in the cancer, cardiology & heart surgery, OB-GYN, neurology, orthopedic, or urology expert opinion surveys.

Who Can Vote

Board-certified physicians in one of the 15 adult specialties ranked by U.S. News & World Report and who are registered as Doximity users are eligible to vote.

If you are not currently a Doximity user, you can register at any time to vote during the voting period.

Why Vote

Being listed in U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals is an honor and highlights the expertise of our staff who provide advanced care and innovative research at Jackson Health System.

How to Vote

You must be registered on Doximity.com to participate in the online survey. You can participate in the survey as long as you register on Doximity prior to the end of the voting period.

Registered Doximity users who wish to participate in the online survey should:

  • Watch for an email from Doximity about the annual member survey.
    Even if you do not see the email, if you are a registered Doximity user, you can still vote by logging in to Doximity.com with your username and password during the voting period—or follow the steps to have your password reset.
  • Once logged in, look for a U.S. News graphic or button on the home page and click on it.
  • The survey asks users to name the hospitals that provide the best care in your respective specialty, without consideration to location or cost. For adult specialists, the survey will allow you to list up to five hospitals in your field. However, you only need to vote for one hospital to have your ballot count.

If you have any difficulties completing the survey, contact [email protected] for assistance.

New Voting Changes this Year

  • All surveys will be delivered electronically via Doximity, and the mail-in paper ballot has been eliminated.
  • Eligibility was expanded to include approximately 4,000 interventional radiologists, identified by the Society of Interventional Radiology to vote in the cancer, cardiology & heart surgery, OB-GYN, neurology, orthopedic, or urology expert opinion surveys.

Vote for Next Year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals