US News: The No. 1 hospital for cancer care by state

North CarolinaDuke University Hospital (Durham).

California Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles).

UtahHuntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City).

ArkansasUAMS Medical Center (Little Rock).

KentuckyUniversity of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital (Lexington).

Georgia Emory University Hospital (Atlanta).

WashingtonSeattle Cancer Care Alliance/University of Washington Medical.

MississippiUniversity of Mississippi Medical Center (Jackson).

MarylandJohns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore).

MassachusettsDana-Farber/Brigham and Womens Cancer Center (Boston).

West VirginiaWest Virginia University Hospitals (Morgantown).

VermontUniversity of Vermont Medical Center (Burlington).

TennesseeVanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville).

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U.S. News & & World Report released its 2020-21 Best Health centers rankings for cancer care July 28.

ArizonaMayo Clinic (Phoenix).

ConnecticutSmilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven.

MichiganUniversity of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor).

WisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin Hospitals (Madison).

OklahomaStephenson Cancer Center-OU Medicine (Oklahoma City).

North DakotaSanford Medical Center Fargo.

FloridaH. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute (Tampa).

IdahoSt. Lukes Regional Medical Center (Boise).

TexasUniversity of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston).

ColoradoUCHealth University of Colorado Health (Aurora).

New JerseyHackensack University Medical.

South DakotaAvera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center (Sioux Falls).

IllinoisNorthwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago).

KansasUniversity of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City).

Rhode IslandRhode Island Hospital (Providence).

PennsylvaniaUPMC Presbyterian Shadyside (Pittsburgh).

Ohio Cleveland Clinic.

AlaskaProvidence Alaska Medical Center (Anchorage).

DelawareBayhealth Kent General Hospital (Dover).

MontanaBillings Clinic.

NevadaSt. Marys Regional Medical Center-Reno.

New MexicoUniversity of New Mexico Hospitals (Albuquerque).

MaineCentral Maine Medical Center (Lewiston).

MissouriSiteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis).

NebraskaNebraska Medicine-Nebraska Medical Center (Omaha).

MinnesotaMayo Clinic (Rochester).

VirginiaUniversity of Virginia Medical Center (Charlottesville).

New HampshireDartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon).

HawaiiQueens Medical Center (Honolulu).

OregonOHSU Hospital-Knight Cancer Institute (Portland).

The publication examined 899 hospitals that offer cancer care. Medical facilities had to deal with a minimum of 197 Medicare inpatients in 2016, 2017 and 2018 in order to be eligible for this ranking. For more on the approach, click here.
Here are the medical facilities that got the highest scores for cancer care in each U.S. state and the District of Columbia, omitting Wyoming. Health centers in Wyoming did not make the U.S. News & & World Report cancer rankings.
AlabamaUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital

New YorkMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer.

LouisianaOchsner Medical Center (New Orleans).

IndianaIndiana University Health Medical Center (Indianapolis).

District of Columbia MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

South CarolinaMUSC Health-University Medical Center (Charleston).

IowaUniversity of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City).

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