Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare



Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (Methodist) is the third largest hospital system in the Mid-South. A regional, integrated healthcare delivery system located in Memphis, Tennessee, it provides strategic medical care through the development of specialized Centers of Excellence that focus resources on major disease areas. 

People Choose Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
With seven hospitals, multiple home health agencies and outpatient clinics to serve the Mid South, Methodist is one of the largest hospital systems in the country and has been named as one of the 2009 Top 100 Integrated Healthcare Networks by SDI, the nation’s premier rating system. Networks are ranked on the best of technology, services and physicians. Our specialty areas: The Brain and Spine Institute, The Transplant Institute, The Cancer Center, The Cardiovascular Institute and pediatrics at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital help us provide superior quality healthcare to the Mid-South. Quick facts:
  • 10,000 Associates (employees)
  • 2,000 physician partners
  • 1,600 hospital beds

Awards

Methodist Named Best Memphis Hospital by U.S. News and World Report
Methodist Memphis Hospitals has been named the Best Hospital in Memphis by U.S. News and World Report. Of all 25 hospitals in the Memphis, Tennessee metropolitan area, Methodist is the top-ranking. Methodist Healthcare’s four Memphis metro hospitals are licensed as one. They are: Methodist University Hospital, Methodist North Hospital, Methodist South Hospital and Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital.Methodist was cited as best in 12 medical specialties: cancer, diabetes/endocrinology, ear/ nose/throat, gastroenterology, geriatrics, gynecology, heart and heart surgery, kidney disorders, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopedics, pulmonary and urology. To see the rankings, visit http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/area/memphis-tn.In addition to this BEST metro ranking, U.S. News and World Report magazine last year named Methodist Hospitals of Memphis as #27 in the nation for orthopedic care for 2010-11.