Statistics and Outcomes
Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Statistics and Outcomes
Seattle Children’s provides statistics such as volumes (the number of surgeries performed or patients seen) and outcomes (results of treatment given to patients) to help you make better decisions about your child’s care.
We also gather data on how well the treatments we provide work so we can identify ways to improve. We share our data with organizations that manage national databases so that our results can be compared to other hospitals’ results.
We are proud to have outcomes that are consistently among the best in the nation. In 2019 – for the 27th year in a row – U.S. News & World Report ranked Seattle Children’s among the nation's top children's hospitals.
Learn more about statistics and outcomes for these clinical programs:
- Cancer and Blood Disorders Center
- Craniofacial Center
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Heart Center (including prenatal diagnosis)
- Neurosciences Center
- Rehabilitation Medicine
- Transplant Center (heart, kidney and liver)
- Related links
Statistics and Outcomes: What do they mean?
Statistics, outcomes, volumes, survival rates – these numbers may seem overwhelming at first, but they can help you choose the best place for your child’s care.
What if I have questions?
Talk with your doctor about your child’s condition and treatment options.