|By PR Newswire||
|January 14, 2014 08:41 AM EST||
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, CA, is once again ranked in the US News and World Report's seventh annual list of Best Children's Hospitals for 2013-2014. This is the third consecutive year Rady Children's Hospital was recognized in all ten pediatric categories US News and World Report surveys making it one of the most recognized pediatric trauma hospitals in the nation.
Rady Children's Hospital has numerous pediatric specialties that save lives at their 487 bed facility in San Diego, CA. "I'm proud to be associated with Rady Children's Hospital," said Harry Rady, who serves as Chairman of the Investment committee for Rady Children's Hospital. "Receiving this recognition for the third year in a row speaks to the dedication of the hospital's physicians and staff and their tireless effort in helping to heal the children of San Diego and beyond," Rady continued. The hospital is the only pediatric trauma center in the San Diego area, but children come to the hospital for treatment from all over the country.
The US News and World Report's list of the Best Children's Hospitals in the USA scores hospitals in ten pediatric categories. Among the Best Children's Hospital categories where Rady Children's Hospital ranked the highest were the pediatric categories of orthopedics, urology and diabetes & endocrinology. The hospital also ranked well in pulmonology, neurology, nephrology, neonatology, GI surgery, heart surgery and cancer treatment.
Rady Children's Hospital is a nonprofit hospital in San Diego, CA, and relies on the generous donations of the community. The hospital doesn't need to depend entirely on contributions as nearly 80% of its income is from the health and healing services they provide to the public and from their financial investments. This financial balance allows the hospital to provide superior care for their pediatric patients, continue teaching the physicians of tomorrow and continue conducting needed research in the field of pediatrics.
About Rady Children's Hospital
Rady Children's Hospital opened in 1954 in San Diego, CA, to treat children during the polio epidemic. It is now the largest children's hospital in the state of California, treating nearly 2,000,000 children since the 1950s. Today the hospital treats children for a wide range of health care issues and conducts heart surgeries, cancer treatments, bone marrow transplants among other pediatric specialties. The Rady Children's Hospital is a teaching hospital and is known for its pediatric research.
About Harry Rady
Harry Rady is CEO and Portfolio Manager of Rady Asset Management. Prior to establishing Rady Asset Management, Harry served as the CIO of a multi-billion dollar financial, investment, and real estate conglomerate. He was also an investment analyst at a quantitative hedge fund. His extensive investment and operational industry knowledge provides a unique perspective to the firm's portfolio management. Harry serves as Chairman of the Investment committee for Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego and is on the Dean's Advisory Board at the Rady School of Management at UCSD. He is also a frequent contributor to CNBC, Barron's, Forbes, WSJ and other financial publications.
Contact for Harry Rady
Meghan Cassin: 858-454-1285 or [email protected]
Media Contact: Meghan Cassin, Harry Rady, 858-454-1285, [email protected]
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