Where the 20 US News Honor Roll hospital CEOs went to college

U.S. News & World Report named 20 hospitals to the 2016 Honor Roll. Here are leaders for those hospitals and where they earned their bachelor's and graduate degrees, listed in order of the hospital's national rank on the Honor Roll.

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1. John Noseworthy, MD, Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.)
MD — Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)

2. Delos Cosgrove, MD, Cleveland Clinic
MD — University of Virginia School of Medicine (Charlottesville)
Williams College (Williamstown, Mass.)

3. David Torchiana, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)
MD — Harvard Medical School (Boston)
Yale College (New Haven, Conn.)

4. Paul B. Rothman, Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
MD — Yale University Medical School (New Haven, Conn.)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge)

5. John Mazziotta, MD, UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles)
MD — Georgetown University School of Medicine (Washington, D.C.)
Columbia University (New York City)

6. Steven J. Corwin, MD, NewYork-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
MD — Northwestern University Medical School (Chicago)
Northwestern University (Chicago)

7. Mark R. Laret UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco)
Master’s in political science — UCLA (Los Angeles)
UCLA (Los Angeles)

8. Dean M. Harrison, Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago)
MBA — St. Francis College (New York City)
Indiana University (Bloomington)

9. Ralph W. Muller, Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian (Philadelphia)
Master’s in government — Harvard University (Boston)
Syracuse (N.Y.) University

10. Robert I. Grossman, MD, NYU Langone Medical Center
MD — University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
Tulane University (New Orleans)

11. Steven H. Lipstein, Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University (St. Louis)
Master’s in health administration — Duke University (Durham, N.C.)
Emory University (Atlanta)

12. John Innocenti, UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside (Pittsburgh)
University of Pittsburgh

13. Elizabeth Nabel, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston)
MD — Weill Cornell Medical College (New York City)
St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.)

14. David Entwistle, Stanford Health Care-Stanford (Calif.) Hospital
Master's in health services administration — Arizona State University (Tempe)
Brigham Young University (Salt Lake City)

15. Kenneth L. Davis, MD, Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City)
MD — Mount Sinai School of Medicine (New York City)
Yale College (New Haven, Conn.)

16. A. Eugene Washington, MD, Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.)
MD — UCSF Medical School (San Francisco)
Howard University (Washington, D.C.)

17. Thomas M. Priselac, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles)
Master’s in public health, health services administration and planning — University of Pittsburgh
Washington (Pa.) and Jefferson College

18. T. Anthony Denton*, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (Ann Arbor)
Master’s in health services administration — University of Michigan Health (Ann Arbor)
Northwestern University (Chicago)

19. Marc L. Boom, MD, Houston Methodist Hospital
MD — Baylor College of Medicine — Houston
University of Texas at Austin

20. Will Cook, University of Colorado Hospital (Aurora)
Master’s in health administration — Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis)
Texas A&M University (College Station)

*Mr. Denton is the senior vice president and COO of UMHS Hospitals, Health Centers and Medical Group

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