51 hospitals with the lowest 30-day pneumonia readmission rates

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

Data were pulled from Hospital Compare and are from July 2011 through June 2014, the most recent data available.

All the hospitals on this list have a 30-day readmission rate from pneumonia of less than 15 percent. For reference, the national average is 16.9 percent.

Willis-Knighton Bossier Health Center (Bossier City, La.) — 13.2 percent

St. Francis Hospital-Roslyn (N.Y.) — 13.2 percent

Riverview Medical Center (Red Bank, N.J.) — 13.3 percent

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital (Mitchell, S.D.) — 13.4 percent

St. Vincent Kokomo (Ind.) — 13.8 percent

St. Francis Health Center (Topeka, Kan.) — 13.9 percent

Grand View Hospital (Sellersville, Pa.) — 13.9 percent

French Hospital Medical Center (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) — 13.9 percent

Hill Country Memorial Hospital (Fredericksburg, Texas) — 14 percent

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth (Texas) — 14 percent

Memorial Hermann Hospital System (Houston) — 14.1 percent

Marin General Hospital (Greenbrae, Calif.) — 14.1 percent

St. Joseph Hospital (Eureka, Calif.) — 14.1 percent

University of Colorado Health Memorial Hospital Central (Colorado Springs) — 14.1 percent

Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center (Carson City, Nev.) — 14.2 percent

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Sierra View Medical Center (Porterville, Calif.) — 14.2 percent

Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center (Houston) — 14.3 percent

Baptist St. Anthony's Hospital (Amarillo, Texas) — 14.3 percent

Santa Rosa (Calif.) Memorial Hospital — 14.3 percent

Oaklawn Hospital (Marshall, Mich.) — 14.3 percent

Community Hospital of the Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula — 14.3 percent

Pella (Iowa) Regional Health Center — 14.4 percent

Southern Ocean Medical Center (Manahawkin, N.J.) — 14.4 percent

Owensboro (Ky.) Health Regional Hospital — 14.4 percent

St. Charles Medical Center-Bend (Ore.) — 14.4 percent

Marion (Ind.) General Hospital — 14.4 percent

Franklin Woods Community Hospital (Johnson City, Tenn.) — 14.4 percent

Firelands Regional Medical Center (Sandusky, Ohio) — 14.4 percent

San Antonio Regional Hospital (Upland, Calif.) — 14.4 percent

Southern New Hampshire Medical Center (Nashua) — 14.4 percent

Mountain West Medical Center (Tooele, Utah) — 14.4 percent

Boone County Health Center (Albion, Neb.) — 14.5 percent

Central Vermont Medical Center (Barre) — 14.5 percent

UP Health System-Marquette (Mich.) — 14.5 percent

St. Edward Mercy Medical Center (Fort Smith, Ark.) — 14.5 percent

Citrus Memorial Hospital (Inverness, Fla.) — 14.5 percent

Castleview Hospital (Price, Utah) — 14.5 percent

Alpena (Mich.) Regional Medical Center — 14.5 percent

Advocate BroMenn Medical Center (Normal, Ill.) — 14.5 percent

Willis-Knighton Medical Center (Shreveport, La.) — 14.5 percent

Northern Navajo Medical Center (Shiprock, N.M.) — 14.6 percent

Ephrata (Pa.) Community Hospital — 14.6 percent

Central Iowa Healthcare (Marshalltown) — 14.6 percent

Saint Luke's South Hospital (Overland Park, Kan.) — 14.6 percent

Henry County Health Center (Mount Pleasant, Iowa) — 14.6 percent

St. Francis Hospital (Columbus, Ga.) — 14.6 percent

Angel Medical Center (Franklin, N.C.) — 14.6 percent

United Regional Medical Center (Manchester, Tenn.) — 14.6 percent

Mercy Hospital of Buffalo (N.Y.) — 14.6 percent

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center-Ontario (Ore.) — 14.6 percent

MultiCare Auburn (Wash.) Medical Center — 14.6 percent

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