8. Auckland City Hospital (New Zealand)
New Zealand’s largest hospital is the Auckland City Hospital that has over 1,477 medical staff, 3,500 treatment rooms, provides 1,124 beds to patients, and undertakes 66,000 acute rehabilitation discharges and 30,000 acute surgical discharges annually.
The Auckland City Hospital provides some of the best medical laboratories in the world and the best specialist services in New Zealand, which include: Pediatric services, intensive care, hepatic surgery, organ transplants, epilepsy surgery, massive hemoptysis surgery, and deep brain stimulation.
Moreover, the interior of the hospital is painted in warm, healing colors including yellow and red that provide a welcoming environment and stimulate the energy of patients.
Publicly funded, the Auckland City Hospital also conducts clinical research, making it not only the biggest hospital but also the biggest clinical research facility in New Zealand.
7. The St. George’s Hospital (UK)
Number seven on our list is the St. George’s Hospital in London which provides specialist tertiary care, both nationally and regionally. The original site of the hospital was founded in 1733, making the St.George’s Hospital 200 years old today.
This hospital provides a large number of services including advice and support services, accident and emergency services, cancer Services, breast surgery, cardiology, stroke care, Ear, Nose & Throat, trauma services, dermatology services, and mental health services for adults.
In addition to its healthcare services, St. George’s Hospital which has around 1,300 beds and 8,500 staff members, provides excellent medical training services to other hospitals in the region.