52 hospitals with the lowest all-cause unplanned readmission rates

The following is a list of hospitals with the lowest hospitalwide, all-cause, unplanned readmission rates, according to data from CMS.

Data were pulled from Hospital Compare and is from July 2013 through June 2014, the most recent data available.

All the hospitals on this list have an all-cause, unplanned readmission rate of 13.3 percent or less. For reference, the national average is 15.2 percent.

McBride Clinic Orthopedic Hospital (Oklahoma City) — 11.3 percent

Hoag Orthopedic Institute (Irvine, Calif.) — 11.4 percent

New England Baptist Hospital (Boston) — 11.6 percent

Hospital for Special Surgery (New York) — 11.6 percent

Arkansas Surgical Hospital (North Little Rock) — 11.8 percent

Chino (Calif.) Valley Medical Center — 11.9 percent

Mount Carmel New Albany (Ohio) Surgical Hospital — 11.9 percent

Turning Point Hospital (Moultrie, Ga.) — 12 percent

Nebraska Orthopaedic Hospital (Omaha) — 12 percent

OrthoIndy Hospital (Indianapolis) — 12.4 percent

Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital — 12.5 percent

Mercy Health Muskegon (Mich.) — 12.7 percent

Lincoln (Neb.) Surgical Hospital — 12.7 percent

Memorial Mission Hospital and Asheville (N.C.) Surgical Center — 12.7 percent

Bon Secours St. Francis-Downtown (Greenville, S.C.) — 12.7 percent

Lakeland Community Hospital (Haleyville, Ala.) — 12.8 percent

Providence Alaska Medical Center (Anchorage) — 12.9 percent

Scripps Green Hospital (La Jolla, Calif.) — 12.9 percent

Mercy Hospital (Iowa City, Iowa) — 12.9 percent

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OASIS Hospital (Phoenix) — 13 percent

Community Hospital of the Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula — 13 percent

Novant Health Matthews (N.C.) Medical Center — 13 percent

Quail Creek Surgical Hospital (Amarillo, Texas) — 13 percent

University of Colorado Health Memorial Hospital Central (Colorado Springs) — 13.1 percent

Northside Medical Center (Columbus, Ga.) — 13.1 percent

St. Luke's Regional Medical Center (Boise, Idaho) — 13.1 percent

Kansas Surgery & Recover Center (Wichita) — 13.1 percent

Riverview Medical Center (Red Bank, N.J.) — 13.1 percent

Margaret R. Pardee Memorial Hospital (Hendersonville, N.C.) — 13.1 percent

Roper Hospital (Charleston, S.C.) — 13.1 percent

Flagstaff (Ariz.) Medical Center — 13.2 percent

Santa Rosa (Calif.) Memorial Hospital — 13.2 percent

Kootenai Health (Coeur D'Alene, Idaho) — 13.2 percent

Schneck Medical Center (Seymour, Ind.) — 13.2 percent

Hutchinson (Kan.) Regional Medical Center — 13.2 percent

Kalispell (Mont.) Regional Medical Center — 13.2 percent

Oklahoma Surgical Hospital (Tulsa) — 13.2 percent

Salem (Ore.) Hospital — 13.2 percent

Bon Secours-St. Francis Xavier Hospital (Charleston, S.C.) — 13.2 percent

Hill Country Memorial Hospital (Fredericksburg, Texas) — 13.2 percent

Harlingen (Texas) Medical Center — 13.2 percent

The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (Murray, Utah) — 13.2 percent

PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center (Bellingham, Wash.) — 13.2 percent

Dominican Hospital (Santa Cruz, Calif.) — 13.3 percent

Centura Health-St. Anthony Hospital (Lakewood, Colo.) — 13.3 percent

The Queens Medical Center (Honolulu) — 13.3 percent

Straub Clinic and Hospital (Honolulu) — 13.3 percent

Holland (Mich.) Community Hospital — 13.3 percent

Oklahoma Heart Hospital (Oklahoma City) — 13.3 percent

St. Charles Medical Center-Bend (Ore.) — 13.3 percent

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital (Mitchell, S.D.) — 13.3 percent

Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (Franklin, Wis.) — 13.3 percent

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