Click on a hospital's marker to get more detailed hospital ratings information.
Important: This tool should not be used to make medical decisions - check the original data source (HHS Hospital Search) and discuss hospital options with your physician to select the best hospital for you.
How to use the Hospital Rankings tool: Hospitals around your zip code are shown on the map. The color of a hospital's marker shows how it performed on benchmarks set out by the US Department of Health and Human Services in four categories: Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia, and Surgical Care Improvement/Surgical Infection Prevention.
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Also note that the rankings represent data collected on common diagnoses for hospital admissions, and may not reflect the actual quality of a hospital for many reasons. For example, some hospitals may treat a high proportion of nursing home patients, and some of the data points might therefore not be relevant (for example, if a large fraction of patients enter the hospital on a ventilator they are unlikely to be given "stop smoking" counselling at discharge). Other reasons for a mismatch might include patient demographics, tertiary care expertise, and type of hospital.
Neither hospital locations nor the accuracy of the rankings/data shown is guaranteed, and there may be errors and/or omissions.
Also, here is a list of hospital ratings by state
For more information please visit our Hospital Ranking FAQ
There is also the option to discuss hospital rating information on a doctor forum not associated with netdoc.com.
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