50 hospitals with the lowest heart failure mortality rates

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

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

All the hospitals on this list have a 30-day mortality rate from heart failure of 8.9 percent or less. They are presented in ascending order. For reference, the national average is 12.2 percent.

Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) – 6.6 percent

Centinela Hospital Medical Center (Inglewood, Calif.) – 7.1 percent

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) – 7.3 percent

NYU Hospitals Center (New York City) – 7.5 percent

Boston Medical Center – 7.5 percent

Fairview Hospital (Cleveland) – 7.6 percent

New York Community Hospital of Brooklyn – 7.7 percent

Glendale (Calif.) Adventist Medical Center – 7.9 percent

Oroville (Calif.) Hospital – 8.0 percent

Main Line Hospital Lankenau (Wynnewood, Pa.) – 8.1 percent

Harper University Hospital (Detroit) – 8.2 percent

Mercy St. Anne Hospital (Toledo, Ohio) – 8.3 percent

Paradise Valley Hospital (National City, Calif.) – 8.3 percent

Providence Tarzana (Calif.) Medical Center – 8.3 percent

Raulerson Hospital (Okeechobee, Fla.) – 8.3 percent

Willis Knighton Medical Center (Shreveport, La.) – 8.3 percent

Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak (Mich.) – 8.5 percent

Holy Name Medical Center (Teaneck, N.J.) – 8.5 percent

Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn, N.Y.) – 8.5 percent

Marymount Hospital (Garfield Heights, Ohio) – 8.5 percent

San Gabriel (Calif.) Valley Medical Center – 8.5 percent

Southern California Hospital at Hollywood – 8.5 percent

Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center (Globe, Ariz.) – 8.6 percent

Cleveland Clinic – 8.6 percent

Mission Community Hospital (Panorama City, Calif.) – 8.6 percent

Hialeah (Fla.) Hospital – 8.6 percent

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (Philadelphia) – 8.6 percent

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia) – 8.6 percent

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital – 8.7 percent

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center (Chicago) – 8.7 percent

West Hills (Calif.) Hospital & Medical Center – 8.7 percent

Garfield Medical Center (Monterey Park, Calif.) – 8.7 percent

Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital – 8.7 percent

Rush University Medical Center (Chicago) – 8.7 percent

Mission (Texas) Regional Medical Center – 8.7 percent

John T. Mather Hospital of Port Jefferson (New York City) – 8.8 percent

Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) Medical Center – 8.8 percent

Metrosouth Medical (Blue Island, Ill.) – 8.8 percent

Northwestern Lake Forest (Ill.) Hospital – 8.8 percent

Natchitoches (La.) Regional Medical Center – 8.8 percent

UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside (Pittsburgh) – 8.8 percent

Fort Duncan Medical Center (Eagle Pass, Texas) – 8.8 percent

Trumbull Memorial Hospital (Warren, Ohio) – 8.9 percent

Community First Medical Center (Chicago) – 8.9 percent

Glendale (Calif.) Memorial Hospital & Health Center – 8.9 percent

Methodist Hospital of Southern California (Arcadia) – 8.9 percent

Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center (Hawaiian Gardens, Calif.) – 8.9 percent

Olympia Medical Center (Los Angeles) – 8.9 percent

Signature Healthcare Brockton (Mass.) Hospital – 8.9 percent

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston) – 8.9 percent

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