DALLAS – Medical City Dallas is ranked among America's Best Maternity Hospitals in 2022, according to Newsweek. The national ranking recognizes the 899-bed acute care facility as an elite five-ribbon hospital for high-quality maternity care. 

The Newsweek evaluation is based on three data sources: a nationwide online survey in which hospital managers and maternity healthcare professionals (e.g., neonatal care providers and OB/GYNs) were asked to recommend leading maternity hospitals; medical key performance indicator data relevant to maternity care (e.g., a hospital's rate of cesarean births); and patient satisfaction data (e.g., how patients rated a hospital's medical staff for responsiveness and communication.)

"This national ranking recognizes our expert clinicians and colleagues’ commitment to outstanding care for mothers and babies," says Jay deVenny, CEO of Medical City Women's Hospital Dallas. "Exceptional quality and compassionate care are among the many reasons Medical City Women's Hospital Dallas is the destination of choice for mothers-to-be in North Texas."

Medical City Dallas is the only North Texas hospital with both an adult and a full-service children’s hospital on the same campus, including a Level IV neonatal ICU (NICU), the highest level of care available for premature and critically ill newborns.

Medical City Women's Hospital Dallas is Level IV Maternal Designated, the highest level of care designated by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Level IV Maternal hospitals provide comprehensive care for pregnant and postpartum patients with low-risk conditions to the most complex medical, surgical and/or obstetrical conditions that present a high risk. The hospital was recently awarded Best Hospital to Have a Baby in Dallas County by DFWChild Magazine readers for the second year in a row.