The Golden Jubilee National Hospital claims to have exceed targets, improved care and expanded its services.
Its new report shows that all patients were treated in 2012-13 within their waiting time guarantee.
Staff at the hospital carried out 23,293 inpatient, day case and diagnostic procedures during the year, a rise of 6% on its target.
Complaints against the Golden Jubilee fell by 29%, with 98% of patients reporting they felt they received high quality of care.
Hospital chief executive Jill Young said: "I am thrilled with our progress over the last 12 months.
"We have helped pave the way for new technologies, trials and expansions. Going forward this will mean the highest possible quality and standard of care for even more people across Scotland."
The Golden Jubilee has also expanded its orthopaedic depart-ment to accommodate an additional 300 procedures a year.
Due to increasing demand for orthopaedic procedures, the hospital said this expansion is set to continue.
Preparations are also under way to double the number of ophthal-mology procedures carried out, allowing the Golden Jubliee to treat approximately 10% of all cataract patients in NHS Scotland.
Also included in the review was the report that its thoracic unit remains the busiest in the UK, increasing re-section surgery rates for lung cancer patients from 10% to 15% in five years.
The organisation also ranked top NHS Board in Stonewall's work-place equality index for the third consecutive year.
Hand hygiene across the hospital scored 99% for both opportunity and technique while the hospital continued to deliver low levels of hospital acquired infection.
Its board achieved all financial targets.
Ms Young added: "In the future we believe there are opportunities to expand as a national resource."