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Being informed is important. Especially when it comes to health care. Our easy-to-use map puts information about area hospitals at your fingertips.
The hospitals identified on this website are facilities that have received recognition for achievement in a designated American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) healthcare quality improvement program. These hospitals do not constitute an endorsement by AHA/ASA, nor should the absence of a hospital's name on the map be construed as a negative reflection of the quality of their cardiovascular and stroke care. This map is updated periodically but is not intended to be a definitive list. The website is not intended for use in making medical decisions. Discuss hospital options with your physician to select the best hospital for you.
This map should not be used to find a hospital during a critical situation. Call 9-1-1 immediately to be taken to the nearest available emergency medical center.

This map lists hospitals participating in a designated AHA program. This map does not include hospitals engaged or involved in other quality improvement recognition, certification, licensing or accreditation programs, including state licensing agencies and other certifying organizations. As part of AHA's goal to provide the public with information regarding all options to healthcare, we have enclosed links to some of these certifying bodies. These links connect users to the hospitals which participate in that organization's recognition program. The certifying bodies below represent only those that agreed to be listed on AHA's website. These links are maintained by each respective organization, and therefore AHA does not warrant the accuracy of information.