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The U.S. News and World Report rankings are out, and Johns Hopkins tops the list again.

It was followed by Massachusetts General in Boston and Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Of 5,000 hospitals examined, 17 were at the top or near the op in 16 specialties. And 140 ranked in at least one specialty.

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In adult categories, Hopkins ranked #3 in Cancer, #3 in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, #3 in Diabetes & Endocrinology, #1 in Ear, Nose & Throat, #3 in Gastroenterology, #3 in Geriatrics, #2 in Gynecology, #3 in Nephrology, #1 in Neurology & Neurosurgery, #2 in Ophthalmology, #5 in Orthopedics, #1 in Psychiatry, #4 in Pulmonology, #15 in Rehabilitation, #1 in Rheumatology, and #1 in Urology.

In pediatric categories: #9 in Cancer, #26 in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, #8 in Diabetes & Endocrinology, #12 in Gastroenterology, #10 in Neonatology, #12 in Nephrology, #3 in Neurology & Neurosurgery, #11 in  Orthopedics, #9 in Pulmonology, and #9 in Urology.

The University of Maryland Medical Center was nationally ranked in 9 categories: #22 in Cancer, #31 in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, #29 in Diabetes & Endocrinology, #38 in Ear, Nose & Throat, #47 in Geriatrics, #27 in Nephrology, #28 in Orthopedics, #20 in Pulmonology, and #44 in Urology. It was high performing in 3 others.

Union Memorial was nationally ranked in three categories: #33 in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, #50 in Diabetes & Endocrinology, and #34 in Orthopedics. It was high performing in 8 other categories.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center was nationally ranked #13 in Geriatrics and high performing in 8 other categories.

Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital was nationally ranked #6 in Psychiatry.

Several other area hospitals got high marks for many of their specialties. See the full list from the region here.

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