The best hospitals for gastroenterology in every state

U.S. News & World Report released its 2018 Best Hospital rankings.

U.S. News listed hospitals that admitted at least 430 Medicare patients in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The outlet determined rankings based on survival, patient safety and other care-related indicators, as well as expert opinion.

Here are the best hospitals for gastroenterology in every state and their overall score (out of 100):

Alabama: University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital, 63.6
Alaska: Providence Alaska Medical Center (Anchorage), 54.8
Arizona: Mayo Clinic-Phoenix, 78.9
Arkansas: CHI St. Vincent Infirmary (Little Rock), 50.7
California: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles), 81.3
Colorado: University of Colorado Hospital (Aurora), 66.9
Connecticut: Yale New Haven Hospital, 64.6
Delaware: Christiana Care Hospitals (Newark), 64.6
Florida: Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, 70.7
Georgia: Emory University Hospital (Atlanta), 64
Hawaii: Queen's Medical Center (Honolulu), 58.4
Idaho: St. Luke's Regional Medical Center (Boise), 55.3
Illinois: Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago), 66.8
Indiana: Indiana University Health Medical Center (Indianapolis), 68.2
Iowa: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City), 58.6
Kansas: University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City), 64.5
Kentucky: University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital (Lexington), 57.2
Louisiana: Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans), 67.5
Maine: Maine Medical Center (Portland), 54.4
Maryland: Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore), 81.2
Massachusetts: Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston), 74.2
Michigan: University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor), 76.6
Minnesota: Mayo Clinic (Rochester), 100
Mississippi: Baptist Memorial Hospital-Desoto, 55.5
Missouri: Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis), 66.5
Montana: Billings Clinic, 53.1
Nebraska: Nebraska Medicine-Nebraska Medical Center (Omaha), 63
Nevada: St. Mary's Regional Medical Center (Reno), 56.4
New Hampshire: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon), 58.6
New Jersey: Morristown Medical Center, 64.1
New Mexico: University of New Mexico Hospitals (Albuquerque), 51.1
New York: Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City), 73.1
North Carolina: University of North Carolina Hospitals (Chapel Hill), 68.4
North Dakota: CHI St. Alexius Health-Bismarck, 56.3
Ohio: Cleveland Clinic, 89.1
Oklahoma: St. Francis Hospital (Tulsa), 55.6
Oregon: OHSU Hospital (Portland), 61.1
Pennsylvania: UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside (Pittsburgh), 72.5
Rhode Island: Miriam Hospital (Providence), 57.4
South Carolina: MUSC Health-University Medical Center (Charleston), 62.1
South Dakota: Sanford USD Medical Center (Sioux Falls), 64.1
Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville), 66.2
Texas: Houston Methodist Hospital, 70
Utah: Intermountain Medical Center (Murray), 54.4
Vermont: Rutland Regional Medical Center, 43.5
Virginia: University of Virginia Medical Center (Charlottesville), 62
Washington: University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle), 61.1
West Virginia: West Virginia University Hospitals (Morgantown), 54.2
Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Hospitals (Madison), 64.5
Wyoming: Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, 48.2

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