48 Hospitals With Lowest Heart Attack Mortality Rates

The following are hospitals with the lowest 30-day heart attack mortality rates (MORT-30-AMI) in the country as determined by data from Hospital Compare. Data was excluded for hospitals with no data for the measure or too small a number of cases. According to data from Hospital Compare, the national average for the measure is 15.2 percent.

NYU Hospitals Center (New York City) — 9.4 percent

Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) — 10.4 percent

East Orange (N.J.) General Hospital — 10.4 percent

Glendale (Calif.) Adventist Medical Center — 10.6 percent

New York-Presbyterian Hospital (New York City) — 10.9 percent

Doylestown (Pa.) Hospital — 11 percent

Winchester (Mass.) Memorial — 11.1 percent

Montefiore Medical Center (New York City) — 11.1 percent

Minneapolis VA Medical Center (Minn.) — 11.2 percent

Maimonides Medical Center (New York City) — 11.2 percent

Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center (Houston) — 11.2 percent

Alexian Brothers Medical Center (Elk Grove Village, Ill.) — 11.3 percent

William Beaumont Hospital-Troy (Mich.) — 11.3 percent

Holy Name Medical Center (Teaneck, N.J.) — 11.3 percent

Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit, Mich.) — 11.4 percent

Wakemed-Cary (N.C.) Hospital — 11.4 percent

Miriam Hospital (Providence, R.I.) — 11.4 percent

Missouri Baptist Medical Center (Town and Country, Mo.) — 11.5 percent

University of California Davis Medical Center (Sacramento, Calif.) — 11.6 percent

St. Luke's Hospital of Kansas City (Mo.) — 11.6 percent

Avera Heart Hospital of South Dakota (Sioux Falls) — 11.6 percent

Yuma (Ariz.) Regional Medical Center — 11.7 percent

Waterbury (Conn.) Hospital — 11.7 percent

Loyola Gottlieb Memorial Hospital (Melrose Park, Ill.) — 11.7 percent

Presence Saint Joseph Hospital-Chicago — 11.7 percent

Southcoast Hospital Group (Fall River, Mass.) — 11.7 percent

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital (Ann Arbor, Mich.) — 11.7 percent

French Hospital Medical Center (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) — 11.8 percent

Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Hospital — 11.8 percent

Mount Sinai Medical Center (Miami Beach, Calif.) — 11.8 percent

The Aroostook Medical Center (Presque Isle, Maine) — 11.8 percent

Munson Medical Center (Traverse City, Mich.) — 11.8 percent

Overlook Hospital (Summit, N.J.) — 11.8 percent

Lawrence Hospital Center (Bronxville, N.Y.) — 11.8 percent

Arkansas Heart Hospital (Little Rock) — 11.9 percent

Olympia Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 11.9 percent

Beebe Medical Center (Lewes, Del.) — 11.9 percent

Hays (Kan.) Medical Center — 11.9 percent

Providence Hospital and Medical Centers (Southfield, Mich.) — 11.9 percent

Good Samaritan Hospital (Dayton, Ohio) — 11.9 percent

Baptist Memorial Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.) — 11.9 percent

Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital — 12 percent

Little Company of Mary Hospital (Evergreen Park, Ill.) — 12 percent

Detroit (Mich.) Receiving Hospital & University Health Center — 12 percent

Catholic Medical Center (Manchester, N.H.) — 12 percent

Palisades Medical Center (North Bergen, N.J.) — 12 percent

Southside Hospital (Bay Shore, N.Y.) — 12 percent

Evangelical Community Hospital (Lewisburg, Pa.) — 12 percent

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