50 hospitals with lowest pneumonia mortality rates

The following is a list of hospitals with the lowest 30-day mortality rates from pneumonia, according to data from CMS.

Information was pulled from Hospital Compare and is from July 2012 through June 2015, the most recent data available.

All of the hospitals on this list have a 30-day pneumonia mortality rate of 12.1 percent or less. For reference, the national average is 16.3 percent.

Southern California Hospital at Hollywood (Calif.) — 8.7 percent

Los Angeles Community Hospital — 9.8 percent

Mount Sinai Medical Center (Miami Beach, Fla.) — 9.8 percent

Oroville (Calif.) Hospital — 10.4 percent

Alhambra (Calif.) Hospital Medical Center — 10.4 percent

Centinela Hospital Medical Center (Inglewood, Calif.) — 10.6 percent

NYU Hospitals Center (New York City) — 10.7 percent

Garfield Medical Center (Monterey Park, Calif.) — 10.8 percent

Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Hospital — 10.8 percent

Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center (Hawaiian Gardens, Calif.) — 10.9 percent

White Memorial Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 11 percent

Olympia Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 11 percent

La Palma (Calif.) Intercommunity Hospital — 11.1 percent

Monmouth Medical Center-Southern Campus (Lakewood, N.J.) — 11.1 percent

Memorial Hospital of Gardena (Calif.) — 11.3 percent

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital (Valencia, Calif.) — 11.3 percent

EvergreenHealth Medical Center (Kirkland, Wash.) — 11.3 percent

Mayo Clinic Hospital (Phoenix) — 11.4 percent

Rush University Medical Center (Chicago) — 11.4 percent

Methodist Hospital (Houston) — 11.4 percent

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center (Milwaukee) — 11.4 percent

Newton-Wellesley Hospital (Newton, Mass.) — 11.5 percent

Akron (Ohio) General Medical Center — 11.5 percent

Park Plaza Hospital (Houston) — 11.5 percent

Beverly Hospital (Montebello, Calif.) — 11.6 percent

Washington County Regional Medical Center (Sandersville, Ga.) — 11.6 percent

Glendora (Calif.) Community Hospital — 11.7 percent

Huntington Beach (Calif.) Hospital — 11.7 percent

Saint Luke's South Hospital (Overland Park, Kan.) — 11.7 percent

Rio Grande Regional Hospital (McAllen, Texas) — 11.7 percent

Seton Medical Center Harker Heights (Texas) — 11.7 percent

Encino (Calif.) Hospital Medical Center — 11.8 percent

Saint Vincent Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 11.8 percent

Silver Lake Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 11.8 percent

Monongahela (Pa.) Valley Hospital — 11.8 percent

Garden Grove (Calif.) Hospital & Medical Center — 11.9 percent

Flagler Hospital (Saint Augustine, Fla.) — 11.9 percent

Sebastian (Fla.) River Medical Center — 11.9 percent

Canton-Potsdam (N.Y.) Hospital — 11.9 percent

Pelham Medical Center (Greer, S.C.) — 11.9 percent

Glendale (Calif.) Adventist Medical Center — 12 percent

Baystate Franklin Medical Center (Greenfield, Mass.) — 12 percent

Falmouth (Mass.) Hospital — 12 percent

St. Luke's Hospital-Anderson Campus (Easton, Pa.) — 12 percent

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center & Orthopaedic Hospital — 12.1 percent

Spectrum Health Pennock (Hastings, Mich.) — 12.1 percent

Harper University Hospital (Detroit) — 12.1 percent

Bellevue (Ohio) Hospital — 12.1 percent

UHHS Memorial Hospital of Geneva (Ohio) — 12.1 percent

St. Joseph's Community Hospital of West Bend (Wis.) — 12.1 percent

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