51 hospitals with the lowest heart attack readmission rates

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


The information was pulled from CMS' Hospital Compare and is from July 2012 through June 2015, the most recent data available.

All hospitals on this list have a 30-day readmission rate from acute myocardial infarctions less than 15 percent. For reference, the national average is 16.8 percent.

Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center (Medford, Ore.) — 13.1 percent

UP Health System-Marquette (Mich.) — 13.4 percent

French Hospital Medical Center (San Louis Obispo, Calif.) — 13.7 percent

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center (Spokane, Wash.) — 13.9 percent

Billings (Mont.) Clinic Hospital — 14.2 percent

Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (Lebanon) — 14.2 percent

Intermountain Medical Center (Murray, Utah) — 14.3 percent

Naples (Fla.) Community Hospital — 14.4 percent

Centegra Health System McHenry (Ill.) Hospital — 14.4 percent

Bryan Medical Center (Lincoln, Neb.) — 14.4 percent

Ellis Hospital (Schenectady, N.Y.) — 14.4 percent

Mission Health System (Ashville, N.C.) — 14.4 percent

Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital (Greensboro, N.C.) — 14.4 percent

Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Hospital — 14.5 percent

Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (Idaho Falls, Idaho) — 14.5 percent

Northwest Texas Hospital (Amarillo, Texas) — 14.5 percent

Sutter Roseville (Calif.) Medical Center — 14.6 percent

Morton Plant Hospital (Clearwater, Fla.) — 14.6 percent

Maine Medical Center (Portland) — 14.6 percent

Oklahoma Heart Hospital (Oklahoma Cit) — 14.6 percent

Skagit Valley Hospital (Mount Vernon, Wash.) — 14.6 percent

ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton (Wis.) — 14.6 percent

Mayo Clinic Hospital (Phoenix) — 14.7 percent

Banner Heart Hospital (Mesa, Ariz.) — 14.7 percent

St. Luke's Regional Medical Center (Boise, Idaho) — 14.7 percent

Concord (N.H.) Hospital — 14.7 percent

Central Washington Hospital (Wenatchee, Wash.) — 14.7 percent

Dominican Hospital (Santa Cruz, Calif.) — 14.8 percent

Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (Calif.) — 14.8 percent

Northside Hospital Forsyth (Cumming, Ga.) — 14.8 percent

Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center (Athens, Ga.) — 14.8 percent

Copley Memorial Hospital (Aurora, Ill.) — 14.8 percent

Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital — 14.8 percent

St. Luke's Hospital (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) — 14.8 percent

East Jefferson General Hospital (Metairie, La.) — 14.8 percent

Salem (Ore.) Hospital — 14.8 percent

Chester County Hospital (West Chester, Pa.) — 14.8 percent

GHS Greenville (S.C.) Memorial Hospital — 14.8 percent

EvergreenHealth Medical Center (Kirkland, Wash.) — 14.8 percent

Sacred Heart Hospital (Eau Claire, Wis.) — 14.8 percent

Seton Medical Center (Round Rock, Texas) — 14.8 percent

St. Joseph Hospital (Orange, Calif.) — 14.9 percent

St. Francis Hospital (Columbus, Ga.) — 14.9 percent

Memorial Hospital and Health Center (Jasper, Ind.) — 14.9 percent

Mercy Hospital (Iowa City, Iowa) — 14.9 percent

Overlook Medical Center (Summit, N.J.) — 14.9 percent

St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center (Syracuse) — 14.9 percent

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center (Corvallis, Ore.) — 14.9 percent

St. Charles Medical Center-Bend (Ore.) — 14.9 percent

Cumberland Medical Center (Crossville, Tenn.) — 14.9 percent

Dixie Regional Medical Center (St. George, Utah) — 14.9 percent

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