Top 55 hospitals patients would definitely recommend

When patients fill out HCAHPS surveys about their experience receiving care in a hospital, one question might say more than any other about the overall feeling an organization left them with: Would they recommend that hospital to others?

The following 55 hospitals had 91 percent or more of their patients report yes, they would definitely recommend this hospital in their HCAHPS surveys. The national average is 71 percent.

HCAHPS data this list is based on is available through CMS' Hospital Compare database, representing responses given between July 2014 and June 2015.

Note: This list excludes hospitals that had fewer than 100 patients complete HCAHPS surveys. Hospitals with the same percentage are listed according to provider number, rather than alphabetically.

Westlake Regional Hospital (Columbia, Ky.) — 98 percent

Patients' Hospital of Redding (Calif.) — 97 percent

Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Newnan, Ga.) — 97 percent

Oklahoma Heart Hospital (Oklahoma City) — 97 percent

Unity Medical and Surgical Hospital (Mishawaka, Ind.) — 95 percent

Advanced Surgical Hospital (Washington, Pa.) — 95 percent

Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin (Glendale) — 95 percent

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (Philadelphia) — 95 percent

Sutter Surgical Hospital — NorthValley (Yuba City, Calif.) — 94 percent

Physicians Medical Center (Houma, La.) — 94 percent

Surgical Institute of Reading (Wyomissing, Pa.) — 94 percent

Black Hills Surgical Hospital (Rapid City, S.D.) — 94 percent

Surgical Hospital at Southwoods (Youngstown, Ohio) — 94 percent

Oakleaf Surgical Hospital (Altoona, Wis.) — 94 percent

Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (Franklin, Wis.)— 94 percent

Mayo Clinic Hospital (Phoenix, Ariz.) — 93 percent

The Heart Hospital Baylor Denton (Texas)  — 93 percent

Cypress Pointe Surgical Hospital (Hammond, La.) — 93 percent

Physicians Care Surgical Hospital (Royersford, Pa.) — 93 percent

The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano (Texas) — 93 percent

Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville, Fla.) — 93 percent

Bigfork (Minn.) Valley Hospital — 93 percent

OSS Orthopaedic Hospital (York, Pa.) — 93 percent

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Arkansas Heart Hospital (Little Rock) — 93 percent

GHS Patewood Memorial Hospital (Greenville, S.C.) — 92 percent

Baylor Scott and White Surgical Hospital (Sherman, Texas) — 92 percent

Monroe (La.) Surgical Hospital — 92 percent

Sutter Maternity & Surgery Center of Santa Cruz (Calif.) — 92 percent

The Physicians Centre (Bryan, Texas) — 92 percent

New England Baptist Hospital (Boston) — 92 percent

Sauk Prairie Hospital (Prairie du Sac, Wis.) — 92 percent

Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital (Omaha) — 92 percent

Central Louisiana Surgical Hospital (Alexandria) — 92 percent

Oklahoma Heart Hospital South (Oklahoma City) — 92 percent

Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital (Dallas) — 92 percent

WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital (York, Pa.) — 92 percent

Orange City (Iowa) Area Health System — 92 percent

Premier Surgical Institute (Galena, Kan.) — 92 percent

OrthoIndy Hospital (Indianapolis, Ind.) — 92 percent

Heart Hospital of Lafayette (La.) — 92 percent

Quail Creek Surgical Hospital (Amarillo, Texas) — 91 percent

Northwest Specialty Hospital (Post Falls, Idaho) — 91 percent

Hill Country Memorial Hospital (Fredericksburg, Texas) — 91 percent

Dakota Plains Surgical Center (Aberdeen, S.D.) — 91 percent

Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington (Texas) — 91 percent

Sioux Falls (S.D.) Specialty Hospital — 91 percent

Great Falls (Mont.) Clinic Hospital — 91 percent

Manhattan Surgical Hospital (New York) — 91 percent

Texas Spine and JointHospital (Tyler) — 91 percent

The Spine Hospital of Louisiana (Baton Rouge) — 91 percent

Tulsa (Okla.) Spine & Specialty Hospital — 91 percent

OklahomaCenter for Orthopaedic & Multi-Specialty Surgery (Oklahoma City) — 91 percent

Stoughton (Wis.) Hospital — 91 percent

Southwestern Regional Medical Center (Tulsa, Okla.) — 91 percent

Hospital for Special Surgery (New York) — 91 percent

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