52 hospitals with the lowest pneumonia readmission rates

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

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

All hospitals on this list have a pneumonia 30-day readmission rate of less than 14.2 percent. For reference, the national average rate is 17.1 percent.

St. Luke's Patients Medical Center (Pasadena, Texas) — 12.9 percent

Johnson Memorial Hospital (Franklin, Ind.) — 13 percent

Providence Holy Family Hospital (Spokane, Wash.) — 13.1 percent

Queen of the Valley Medical Center (Napa, Calif.) — 13.2 percent

Mills-Peninsula Medical Center (Burlingame, Calif.) — 13.2 percent

Memorial Health University Medical Center (Savannah, Ga.) — 13.2 percent

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

Lakeland Community Hospital (Haleyville, Ala.) — 13.3 percent

UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central (Colorado Springs, Colo.) — 13.3 percent

Gordon Hospital (Calhoun, Ga.) — 13.3 percent

MidMichigan Medical Center-Alpena — 13.3 percent

Integris Bass Baptist Health Center (Enid, Okla.) — 13.4 percent

Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (Idaho Falls) — 13.4 percent

Putnam County Hospital (Greencastle, Ind.) — 13.4 percent

Pella (Iowa) Regional Health Center — 13.4 percent

Riverview Medical Center (Red Bank, N.J.) — 13.5 percent

Lutheran Medical Center (Wheat Ridge, Colo.) — 13.5 percent

Mercy Hospital (Iowa City, Iowa) — 13.5 percent

Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas) — 13.6 percent

Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center (Santa Fe, N.M.) — 13.6 percent

Sequoyah County-City of Sallisaw (Okla.) Hospital Authority — 13.7 percent

Ephrata (Pa.) Community Hospital — 13.7 percent

Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center — 13.7 percent

Olympic Medical Center (Port Angeles, Wash.) — 13.7 percent

MultiCare Auburn (Wash.) Medical Center — 13.7 percent

Mercy Hospital of Buffalo (N.Y.) — 13.7 percent

Venice (Fla.) Regional Medical Center-Bayfront Health — 13.7

Citrus Memorial Hospital (Inverness, Fla.) — 13.7 percent

Delnor Community Hospital (Geneva, Ill.) — 13.8 percent

Borgess Medical Center (Kalamazoo, Mich.) — 13.8 percent

Punxsutawney (Pa.) Area Hospital — 13.9 percent

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center (Corvallis, Ore.) — 13.9 percent

St. Francis-Downtown (Greenville, S.C.) — 13.9 percent

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

Pardee Hospital (Hendersonville, N.C.) — 14 percent

Community Hospital of the Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula — 14 percent

St. Rita's Medical Center (Lima, Ohio) — 14 percent

Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital — 14 percent

Providence Alaska Medical Center (Anchorage) — 14 percent

Flagstaff (Ariz.) Medical Center — 14.1 percent

Centura Health-St. Mary Corwin Medical Center (Pueblo, Colo.) — 14.1 percent

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham (Mass.) — 14.1 percent

Southern Ocean Medical Center (Manahawkin, N.J.) — 14.1 percent

Knapp Medical Center (Weslaco, Texas) — 14.2 percent

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton — 14.2 percent

Jordan Valley Medical Center (West Jordan, Utah) — 14.2 percent

Aspirus Wausau (Wis.) Hospital — 14.2 percent

St. Agnes Hospital (Fond du Lac, Wis.) — 14.2 percent

St. Anthony North Health Campus (Westminster, Colo.) — 14.2 percent

Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center (Crystal River, Fla.) — 14.2 percent

Advocate Bromenn Medical Center (Normal, Ill.) — 14.2 percent

Newton (Kan.) Medical Center — 14.2 percent

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