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Mayo Clinic, a non-profit medical practice and medical research group, has several locations in Arizona that offer palliative care. (Facebook/Mayo Clinic)
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Take a bow: Mayo Clinic named best hospital in Arizona

Mayo Clinic, a non-profit medical practice and medical research group, has several locations in Arizona that offer palliative care. (Facebook/Mayo Clinic)

PHOENIX — Two Phoenix-area hospitals are the state’s best, a news publisher said Wednesday.

The U.S. News & World Report said the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale was the best in Arizona, followed by Banner Good Samaritan Medical in Phoenix Center and Banner-University Medical Center Tucson.

The publication said the Mayo Clinic — which teaches medical students in addition to treating patients — ranked nationally in 12 fields for treating adults.

It was also received a high performance rating in five procedures performed on adults.

Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center was ranked second in the state by the publication. The Phoenix hospital is among the best in the nation for four specialties and was given a high performance rating in three procedures.

Banner-University Medical Center Tucson was was ranked third while St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center came in fourth.