58 hospitals with the nation's best CAUTI rates

The following hospitals had the lowest rates of catheter-associated urinary tract infections in the U.S., according to data from CMS' Hospital Compare website.

All the following 58 hospitals had a Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections score of 0, compared to the national average of 1. 

The figures represent data collected from April 2018 through March 2019.

Alabama

Helen Keller Hospital (Sheffield)  

Providence Hospital (Mobile) 

South Baldwin Regional Medical Center (Foley)

Arkansas

Conway Regional Health System

White County Medical Center (Searcy)

Arizona

Abrazo West Campus (Goodyear)

HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center

Mountain Vista Medical Center (Mesa)

California

Centinela Hospital Medical Center (Inglewood)  

Greater El Monte Community Hospital (South El Monte) 

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian (Newport Beach)  

MemorialCare Miller Children's and Women's Hospital Long Beach  

Oroville Hospital 

Sierra View Medical Center (Porterville)

St. Mary Medical Center (Apple Valley) 

Connecticut

Middlesex Hospital (Middletown)

Florida

AdventHealth Heart of Florida (Davenport)  

Westchester General Hospital (Miami) 

Georgia

Cartersville Medical Center  

Tanner Medical Center-Carrollton 

Hawaii

Adventist Health Castle (Kailua)  

Pali Momi Medical Center (Aiea)  

Iowa

MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center  

Illinois

Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital 

Anderson Hospital (Maryville)  

Community First Medical Center (Chicago)  

HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital (O'Fallon)

Amita Health Saint Joseph Hospital Chicago  

West Suburban Medical Center (Oak Park)  

Indiana

St. Joseph Hospital (Fort Wayne)  

Kansas

University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus (Topeka)

Louisiana

Ochsner Medical Center-North Shore (Slidell) 

Maryland

Carroll Hospital Center (Westminster ) 

Doctors Community Hospital (Lanham)  

Maine

Southern Maine Health Care (Biddeford) 

Michigan

Children's Hospital of Michigan (Detroit) 

Missouri 

Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center 

SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-Jefferson City

New Hampshire

Lakes Region General Hospital (Laconia)  

New Jersey

Raritan Bay Medical Center (Perth Amboy)

St. Michael's Medical Center (Newark)

New York

Huntington Hospital   

Ohio

Adena Regional Medical Center (Chillicothe) 

Atrium Medical Center (Franklin)  

Lake Health (Concord)

Mercy Health St. Joseph Warren Hospital   

Oregon

Mercy Medical Center (Roseburg) 

Sky Lakes Medical Center (Klamath Falls) 

Pennsylvania 

Good Samaritan Hospital (Lebanon)

Puerto Rico

Hospital San Francisco (San Juan) 

Tennessee

St. Francis Hospital (Memphis)  

Williamson Medical Center (Franklin)  

Texas

Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital (Humble)  

OakBend Medical Center (Richmond)

Wise Regional Health System (Decatur)  

Washington

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital   

West Virginia

Beckley ARH Hospital  

Wyoming

Wyoming Medical Center (Casper)  

Editor's note: This article was updated March 11 at 12:15 p.m.

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