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Autism Speaks ATN Nabs Eight Spots in 'Top Ten Children's Hospitals'

US News & World Report includes eight Autism Speaks Treatment Network sites in its annual 'Top Ten Hospitals for Kids'
June 12, 2014



U.S. News & World Report has announced its annual Ten Best Children's Hospitals rankings, and they include eight hospitals in the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network.

In order of ranking, they are:

* Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (#1)

* Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (#3)

* Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital (#4)

* Children's Hospital Los Angeles (#5)

* University of Colorado, Denver/Children's Hospital Colorado (#6)

* Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio (#7)

* University of Pittsburgh Medical Center/Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh (#9)

* Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins Children's Center (#10)

“Autism represents a major health priority for children in the U.S., and it's critical that children affected by autism receive comprehensive, multi-disciplinary healthcare,” comments developmental pediatrician Paul Wang, Autism Speaks senior vice president for medical research. “Our ATN member sites provide a model of that kind of coordinated care, and we are not surprised that America's best children's hospitals are the ones that have stepped up to meet the ATN's requirements. We are working now to spread the ATN model to other institutions, so that all American children affected by ASD can get the great care they need.”