New York and California lead states in cardiology hospitals

New York and California topped all 50 states in appearances on the U.S. News & World Report "2023-24 Best Hospitals for Cardiology, Heart & Vascular Surgery" ranking.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death across the world and in 42 states, including New York and California. Still, less than half the states — 20 — appeared on the list naming the 50 best cardiology hospitals, and only 11 states were named more than once.

New York has the most prominent presence on the list, hosting nine of the best hospitals for cardiology:

No. 4 Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City)

No. 5 NYU Langone hospitals (New York City)

No. 6 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia Irving Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City)

No. 10 Lenox Hill Hospital at Northwell Health (New York City)

No. 12 North Shore University Hospital at Northwell Health (Manhasset)

No. 16 Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West Hospitals (New York City)

No. 26 St. Francis Hospital and Heart Center (Roslyn)

No. 31 Montefiore Medical Center (Bronx)

No. 36 New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (Brooklyn)

California was another notable leader in the ranking, hosting eight of the best cardiology hospitals:

No. 2 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) 

No. 9 Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital 

No. 18 UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles)

No. 23 UC San Diego Health-Cardiovascular Institute 

No. 24 Scripps La Jolla hospitals

No. 27 UC Davis Medical Center (Sacramento)

No. 32 UCSF Health-UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco)

No. 41 Keck Medical Center of USC (Los Angeles)

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