10 Things to Know About Huntington Hospital
Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, Calif., is a non-profit hospital that serves the residents of San Gabriel Valley and other regions of Southern California.
Here are 10 things to know about Huntington Hospital:
1. Stephen Ralph is the president and CEO of Huntington Hospital.
2. Jim Noble is the vice president and CFO of Huntington Hospital.
3. Huntington Hospital has 625 beds.
4. The Hospital has 2,699 employees.
5. In 2011, Huntington Hospital recorded $1.95 billion in gross charges and a net income of $30 million, according to the American Hospital Directory.
6. In 2011, Huntington Hospital performed 9,400 inpatient surgeries, 5,600 outpatient surgeries, 3,600 births and 73,300 outpatient visits.
7. Huntington Hospital was the first hospital in the San Gabriel Valley to achieve Magnet designation, and it has also been ranked among the top hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
8. Huntington Hospital opened in 1892 and was called Pasadena Hospital. In the 1930s the hospital faced an uncertain future but a $2 million gift from the estate of Henry E. Huntington allowed it to survive.
9. Huntington Hospital is an active teaching hospital with a graduate medical education programs in internal medicine and general surgery.
10. Huntington Hospital is home to the only trauma center in the region.
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