Other Ohio cities listed include Cincinnati at #6 and Cleveland at #16. News and World Report ranked the clinic as the fourth best hospital in the country, and the #1 heart center in the country for the 15th year in a row.
Ohio is home to world class medical facilities, led by the Cleveland Clinic, which has locations throughout the world. Overall, the magazine ranked 16 Ohio hospitals among the best hospitals in the nation, making the state #3 in the country in total. News and World Report, in 2010, Health Grades ranked nine Ohio hospitals in the top 50 in the United States University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland was named in the top 15 for major teaching hospitals, while Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus and Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights ranked in the top 16 for minor teaching hospitals.
The overall economic impact of the bioscience industry in Ohio, including healthcare, amounted to $148.2 billion in 2007, representing 15.7% of Ohio's economic output.
Biotech research and development employs directly 12,415 residents, while agricultural bioscience contributed the largest economic impact, at $10.7 billion.
In 2013, Ohio was ranked in the top ten states for best business climate by Site Selection magazine, based on a business-activity database. exports in 2009, with top destinations being Canada at $14.2 billion, followed by Mexico, China, United Kingdom, Greece, Brazil, Japan, Germany, France, and Australia.