Four of Canada's top 10 hospitals are in Alberta, according to a new online ranking tool by CBC's the fifth estate.
Sturgeon Community hospital in St. Albert was one of four Canadian facilities to receive an A+ in the large-community category, while three Alberta hospitals dominated the small-hospital category, also with A+ rankings.
Other top Canadian hospitals were found in Ontario, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Saskatchewan.
Lamont Health Care Centre, Covenant Health Banff Mineral Springs Hospital and High River General Hospital, are the other Alberta facilities to make list of the country's top 10 hospitals.
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But it wasn't all good news for Alberta, as Northern Lights Regional Health Centre in Fort McMurray and Bonnyville Health Centre were two of eight facilities in Canada to earn the lowest rating of a D.
The majority of Alberta hospitals that were rated earned a B.
According to the CBC, visitors can rate a hospital in five categories including respect, communication, timeliness, cleanliness and whether they would recommend it.
The tool was launched on Wednesday and has already gathered over 23,000 responses, over 2,000 of which are from Alberta, the CBC adds.
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