The best hospitals for cardiology in 49 states from 'U.S. News & World Report'

U.S. News & World Report released its 2020-21 Best Hospitals rankings July 28, ranking systems by overall excellence and specialty effectiveness.

U.S. News analyzed 594 hospitals that admitted at least 1,817 Medicare cardiology patients in 2016, 2017 and 2018. The outlet determined the rankings using Medicare data and listed the top 52 scoring hospitals.

Here are the top hospitals for cardiology for 49 states and their overall score:

Alabama: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital, 61
Alaska: Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, 41.4
Arizona: Mayo Clinic-Phoenix, 64.1
Arkansas: CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, 30.5
California: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, 84.7
Colorado: UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora: 56.9
Connecticut: Yale New Haven Hospital, 53.5
Delaware: ChristianaCare's Christiana Hospital in Newark, 44.1
Florida: Tampa General Hospital, 54.1
Georgia: Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, 54.8
Hawaii: Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, 41.4
Idaho: St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, 34.9
Illinois: Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, 72.1
Indiana: Indiana University Health Medical Center in Indianapolis, 47.1
Iowa: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, 47.7
Kansas: University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, 53.7
Kentucky: University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital, 46.3
Louisiana: Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, 49.8
Maine: Maine Medical Center in Portland, 41.5
Maryland: Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, 65.2
Massachusetts: Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, 75.9
Michigan: University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor, 66
Minnesota: Mayo Clinic in Rochester, 88.9
Mississippi: Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, 35.7
Missouri: St. Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, 61.6
Montana: Billings Clinic, 37.7
Nebraska: Nebraska Medicine-Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, 48.1
Nevada: St. Mary's Regional Medical Center-Reno, 41.3
New Hampshire: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, 43.7
New Jersey: Morristown Medical Center, 57.1
New Mexico: Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque, 28.5
New York: New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and Cornell in New York City, 82.6
North Carolina: Duke University Hospital in Durham, 57.6
North Dakota: Sanford Medical Center Bismarck, 45.8
Ohio: Cleveland Clinic, 100
Oklahoma: Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, 35.3
Oregon: OHSU Hospital-Knight Cardiovascular Institute, 54.6
Pennsylvania: Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, 64.6
Rhode Island: Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, 36.6
South Carolina: MUSC Health-University Medical Center in Charleston, 47.3
South Dakota: Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls, 40.3
Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, 60.9
Texas: Houston Methodist Hospital, 67.5
Utah: Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, 41.9
Vermont: University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, 34.2
Virginia: VCU Medical Center in Richmond, 54.9
Washington: University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, 49.3
West Virginia: West Virginia University Hospitals in Morgantown, 45.7
Wisconsin: Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee, 54

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