Find New Jersey cardiac surgery hospital and surgeon ratings based on heart bypass surgery survival rates. The 30-day mortality (death) rate for cardiac bypass surgery (CABG) was 2.37% in 2019-2020 (13.39% if you got an infection; 1.84% for patients who didn’t). Most hospitals and surgeons were not significantly different than the NJ statewide average. One hospital stood out as significantly better: Hackensack University Medical Center. One hospital (Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, a relatively low-volume program) was significantly worse. Individual surgeon risk-adjusted performance over 2 years is shown if s/he did at least 100 bypass surgeries over the two year period. Two physicians listed by name were significantly better; one cardiac surgeon had significantly worse results. Information about NJ hospital infections in CABG surgery are shown. Published by New Jersey Dept. of Health August 2022. Numbers of cardiac procedures including cardiac cath performed at each hospital in 2021 and 1st qtr. 2022 (published in May 2022) are also available at this site.