Hospitals with the highest US News rating for neurology, neurosurgery in each state

Laura Dyrda -   Print  |

U.S. News & World Report recently released the 2020 Best Hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery.

The publication examined 1,241 hospitals in the U.S. and gave them ratings based on several points, including 30-day survival rates, patient experience and nurse staffing. Here are the hospitals that received the top neurology and neurosurgery scores in each state.

1. Alabama: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
2. Alaska: Providence Alaska Medical Center (Anchorage)
3. Arizona: Barrow Neurological Institute (Phoenix)
4. Arkansas: Mercy Hospital Rogers (Ark.)
5. California: UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco)
6. Colorado: UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (Aurora)
7. Connecticut: Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital
8. Delaware: ChristianaCare Hospitals (Newark)
9. District of Columbia: MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
10. Florida: Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville
11. Georgia: Emory University Hospital (Atlanta)
12. Hawaii: Queen's Medical Center (Honolulu)
13. Idaho: St. Luke's Regional Medical Center (Boise)
14. Illinois: Rush University Medical Center (Chicago)
15. Indiana: Indiana University Health Medical Center (Indianapolis)
16. Iowa: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City)
17. Kansas: University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City)
18. Kentucky: St. Elizabeth Healthcare Edgewood-Covington Hospitals
19. Louisiana: Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans)
20. Maine Medical Center (Portland)
21. Maryland: Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
22. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)
23. Michigan: University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor)
24. Minnesota: Mayo Clinic (Rochester)
25. Mississippi: Mississippi Baptist Medical Center (Jackson)
26. Missouri: Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis)
27. Montana: St. Patrick Hospital (Missoula)
28. Nebraska: Nebraska Medical Center (Omaha)
29. Nevada: St. Mary's Regional Medical Center-Reno
30. New Hampshire: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon)
31. New Jersey: Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center
32. New Mexico: Lovelace Medical Center (Albuquerque)
33. New York: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia and Cornell (New York City)
34. North Carolina: Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.)
35. North Dakota: Sanford Medical Center Fargo
36. Ohio: Cleveland Clinic
37. Oklahoma: Ascension St. John Medical Center-Tulsa
38. Oregon: OHSU Hospital (Portland)
39. Pennsylvania: Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian (Philadelphia)
40. Rhode Island: Miriam Hospital (Providence)
41. South Carolina: MUSC Health-University Medical Center (Charleston)
42. South Dakota: Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center (Sioux Falls)
43. Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville)
44. Texas: UT Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas)
45. Utah: Utah Valley Hospital (Provo)
46. Vermont: University of Vermont Medical Center (Burlington)
47. Virginia: Inova Fair Oaks Hospital (Fairfax)
48. Washington: University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle)
49. West Virginia: West Virginia University Hospitals (Morgantown)
50. Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Hospitals (Madison)
51. Wyoming: Cheyenne Regional Medical Center

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