Cardiac hospitals in the United States include the Mount Sinai Hospital, St. Francis Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Duke University Hospital and the Mayo Clinic, states U.S. News & World Report. Other facilities include the Cleveland Clinic, Cedar Sinai, the Northwest Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Emory University Hospital.
Other cardiac hospitals in the U.S. include the 2,262-bed New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell, a teaching hospital located in New York, and the 784-bed Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, located in Philadelphia, states U.S. News & World Report. Both facilities are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
Other cardiac treatment facilities include the 779-bed Brigham and Women's Hospital, located in Boston, Massachusetts, the 791-bed NYU Langone Medical Center, located in New York, the 466-bed UCLA Medical Center, a teaching hospital located in Los Angeles, California, and the 690-bed St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, located in Houston, Texas, states U.S. News & World Report.
The list of cardiac hospitals in the U.S. also includes the 1,310-bed Barnes-Jewish Hospital, located in St. Louis, Missouri, the 302-bed Scripps La Jolla Hospitals and Clinics, located in La Jolla, California, the 771-bed University Hospitals Case Medical Center, located in Cleveland, Ohio, and the 793-bed Lehigh Valley Hospital, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, states U.S. News & World Report.