HHS ranks in the top three research hospitals in Canada
Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) has been ranked among the top three research hospitals in Canada, as announced today by Research Infosource Inc.
Research Infosource Inc. is an independent, leading source of ranking information on research universities, corporations, hospitals and colleges in Canada. Each year, it releases results on the top 40 research hospitals in the country, based on total research revenue.
In 2017, Hamilton Health Sciences generated $207 million in research revenue, a 20 per cent increase over the previous year.
“As an academic teaching hospital with a mandate to improve patient care and our healthcare system through research, we take great pride in our achievement of this high ranking among some of Canada’s most accomplished health research communities,” says Ted Scott, vice president of research at HHS.
More than one million participants from across the six inhabited continents have enrolled in research led by HHS.
In partnership with McMaster University, Hamilton Health Sciences conducts research through five research institutes and centres, with expertise across the spectrum of care. To date, more than one million participants from across the six inhabited continents have enrolled in research led by HHS, and its experts have made discoveries around some of the world’s biggest health challenges.
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