The No. 1 hospital in each state for 2020-21

U.S. News & World Report recently released its 2020-21 rankings for the top hospitals in the U.S. 

Below is a list of each state's top-ranked hospital.

  • Alabama: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital

  • Alaska: Alaska Native Medical Center (Anchorage)

  • Arkansas: UAMS Medical Center (Little Rock)

  • Arizona: Mayo Clinic (Phoenix)

  • California: UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles)

  • Colorado: UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (Aurora)

  • Connecticut: Yale New Haven Hospital

  • Delaware: ChristianaCare (Newark)

  • Florida: UF Health Shands Hospital (Gainesville) and Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville)

  • Georgia: Emory University Hospital (Atlanta)

  • Hawaii: Queen's Medical Center (Honolulu)

  • Iowa: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City)

  • Idaho: St. Luke's Regional Boise Medical Center

  • Illinois: Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago)

  • Indiana: Indiana University Health Medical Center (Indianapolis)

  • Kansas: University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City)

  • Kentucky: University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital (Lexington)

  • Louisiana: Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans)

  • Massachusetts: Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)

  • Maryland: Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)

  • Maine: Maine Medical Center (Portland)

  • Michigan: University of Michigan Hospital (Ann Arbor)

  • Minnesota: Mayo Clinic (Rochester)

  • Missouri: Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis)

  • Mississippi: Mississippi Baptist Medical Center (Jackson)

  • Montana: St. Patrick Hospital (Missoula)

  • North Carolina: Duke University Hospital (Durham)

  • North Dakota: Sanford Medical Center (Fargo)

  • Nebraska: Nebraska Medicine Nebraska Medical Center (Omaha)

  • Nevada: Carson Tahoe Health (Carson City) and Renown South Meadows Medical Center (Reno)

  • New Hampshire: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon)

  • New Jersey: Morristown Medical Center (part of Atlantic Health)

  • New Mexico: Presbyterian Hospital (Albuquerque)

  • New York: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (New York City)

  • Ohio: Cleveland Clinic

  • Oklahoma: Integris Baptist Medical Center (Oklahoma City) and St. Francis Hospital (Tulsa)

  • Oregon: OHSU Hospital (Portland)

  • Pennsylvania: Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (Philadelphia)

  • Rhode Island: Miriam Hospital (Providence)

  • South Carolina: Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center (Charleston)

  • South Dakota: Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center (Sioux Falls)

  • Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville)

  • Texas: Houston Methodist Hospital

  • Utah: University of Utah Hospital (Salt Lake City)

  • Virginia: University of Virginia Medical Center (Charlottesville)

  • Vermont: University of Vermont Medical Center (Burlington)

  • Washington: University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle)

  • Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Hospitals (Madison)

  • West Virginia: West Virginia University Hospitals (Morgantown)

  • Wyoming: Aspen Mountain Medical Center (Rock Springs)
Rhode Island: Miriam Hospital (Providence)

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