57 hospitals with the lowest pneumonia 30-day mortality rates

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

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

All the hospitals on this list have a 30-day mortality rate from pneumonia of 8.2 percent or less. For reference, the national average is 11.5 percent.

Centinela Hospital Medical Center (Inglewood, Calif.) — 6.9 percent

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 7.1 percent

Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn, N.Y.) — 7.2 percent

Plantation (Fla.) General Hospital — 7.3 percent

Doctors Community Hospital (Lanham, Md.) — 7.3 percent

Harper University Hospital (Detroit) — 7.3 percent

The Methodist Hospital (Houston) — 7.3 percent

Southern California Hospital at Hollywood — 7.4 percent

White Memorial Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 7.5 percent

Saint Vincent Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 7.5 percent

Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak (Mich.) — 7.5 percent

Genesys Regional Medical Center-Health Park (Grand Blanc, Mich.) — 7.5 percent

Portland (Ore.) VA Medical Center — 7.5 percent

Los Angeles Community Hospital — 7.6 percent

NYU Hospital Center (New York City) — 7.6 percent

Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.) — 7.6 percent

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian (Newport Beach, Calif.) — 7.7 percent

Redington-Fairview General Hospital (Skowhegan, Maine) — 7.7 percent

Beaumont Hospital-Grosse Pointe (Mich.) — 7.7 percent

Benefis Hospitals (Great Halls, Mont.) — 7.7 percent

Tomball (Texas) Regional Medical Center — 7.7 percent

Rio Grande Regional Hospital (McAllen, Texas) — 7.8 percent

Evergreen Hospital Medical Center (Kirkland, Wash.) — 7.8 percent

Mount Sinai Medical Center (Miami Beach, Fla.) — 7.9 percent

Washington County Regional Medical Center (Sandersville, Ga.) — 7.9 percent

Ingalls Memorial Hospital (Harvey, Ill.) — 7.9 percent

St. Peter's Hospital (Albany, N.Y.) — 7.9 percent

Lenox Hill Hospital (New York City) — 7.9 percent

University Hospital SUNY Health Science Center (Syracuse, N.Y.) — 7.9 percent

Paradise Valley Hospital (National City, Calif.) — 8 percent

Huntington Memorial Hospital (Pasadena, Calif.) — 8 percent

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital (Baltimore) — 8 percent

Beaumont Hospital-Troy (Mich.) — 8 percent

Morristown (N.J.) Medical Center — 8 percent

St. Francis Hospital (Roslyn, N.Y.) — 8 percent

St. Alexius Medical Center (Bismarck, N.D.) — 8 percent

CHI St. Luke's Health-Baylor College of Medicine (Houston) — 8 percent

Mount Auburn Hospital (Cambridge, Mass.) — 8.1 percent

St. Luke's Hospital (Chesterfield, Mo.) — 8.1 percent

Tri Valley Health System (Cambridge, Neb.) — 8.1 percent

VA New York Harbor Healthcare System (New York City) — 8.1 percent

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center (Fort Worth, Texas) — 8.1 percent

Mayo Clinic Hospital (Phoenix) — 8.2 percent

Glendora (Calif.) Community Hospital — 8.2 percent

AHMC Anaheim (Calif.) Regional Medical Center — 8.2 percent

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 8.2 percent

Olympia Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 8.2 percent

Centura Health-Littleton (Colo.) Adventist Hospital — 8.2 percent

Flagler Hospital (Saint Augustine, Fla.) — 8.2 percent

Palos Community Hospital (Palos Heights, Ill.) — 8.2 percent

Memorial Hospital (Manchester, Ky.) — 8.2 percent

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton (Mass.) — 8.2 percent

Bayshore Community Hospital (Holmdel, N.J.) — 8.2 percent

Montefiore Medical Center (Bronx, N.Y.) — 8.2 percent

Reading (Pa.) Hospital — 8.2 percent

Monongahela (Pa.) Valley Hospital — 8.2 percent

Mission (Texas) Regional Medical Center — 8.2 percent

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