50 Largest For-Profit Hospitals in America

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Here are the 50 largest for-profit hospitals in the United States, listed by number of beds.

Note: The hospital bed counts reported here include all medical/surgical and special care beds as reported to CMS by the hospitals in their most recent cost reports and, in some cases, may include bed counts from other facilities that share a provider number with the main hospital. The American Hospital Directory was used as a source to verify various part of the following text.

1. Methodist Hospital (San Antonio) — 1,406 beds
2. Edinburg (Texas) Regional Medical Center — 816 beds
3. Henrico Doctors' Hospital-Forest Campus (Richmond, Va.) — 808 beds
4. North Shore Medical Center (Miami) — 778 beds
5. CJW Medical Center-Chippenham Campus (Richmond, Va.) — 731 beds
7. Medical City Hospital (Dallas) — 645 beds
8. Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center (Las Vegas) — 638 beds
9. Brookwood Medical Center (Birmingham, Ala.) — 602 beds
10. Oklahoma University Medical Center (Oklahoma City) — 591 beds
11. Las Palmas Medical Center (El Paso, Texas) — 587 beds
12. Centennial Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.) — 580 beds
13. McAllen (Texas) Medical Center — 572 beds
14. Hillcrest Medical Center (Tulsa, Okla.) — 535 beds
15. West Florida Hospital (Pensacola, Fla.) — 531 beds
16. Doctors Hospital at Renaissance (Edinburg, Texas) — 530 beds
17. Saint Francis Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.) — 528 beds
18. Wesley Medical Center (Wichita, Kan.) — 511 beds
19. Providence Memorial Hospital (El Paso, Texas) — 508 beds
20. Hahnemann University Hospital (Philadelphia) — 492 beds
22. Delray Medical Center (Delray Beach, Fla.) — 465 beds
23. Saint Mary's Medical Center (West Palm Beach, Fla.) — 463 beds
24. JFK Medical Center (Atlantis, Fla.) — 448 beds
25. Doctors Medical Center of Modesto (Calif.) — 445 beds
26. Park Plaza Hospital (Houston) — 444 beds
27. North Shore Medical Center-FMC Campus (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) — 434 beds
28. Carolinas Hospital System (Florence, S.C.) — 431 beds
29. Houston Northwest Medical Center — 430 beds
30. Medical Center of Plano (Texas) — 427 beds
31. Northwest Texas Healthcare System (Amarillo, Texas) — 425 beds
32. Poplar Bluff (Mo.) Regional Medical Center-North Campus — 423 beds
33. Brotman Medical Center (Culver City, Calif.) — 420 beds
34. Wilkes-Barre (Pa.) General Hospital — 418 beds
35. Clear Lake Regional Medical Center (Webster, Texas) — 417 beds
36. Memorial Hospital (Jacksonville, Fla.) — 415 beds
37. Saint David's Medical Center (Austin, Texas) — 413 beds
38. Kendall Regional Medical Center (Miami) — 412 beds
39. Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 410 beds
40. Aventura (Fla.) Hospital and Medical Center — 407 beds
41. Brandon (Fla.) Regional Hospital — 407 beds
42. Atlanta (Ga.) Medical Center — 403 beds
43. Lutheran Hospital of Indiana (Fort Wayne, Ind.) — 403 beds
44. Fountain Valley (Calif.) Regional Hospital and Medical Center — 400 beds
45. Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas-Beaumont Campus — 390 beds
46. Trident Medical Center (Charleston, S.C.) — 390 beds
47. Bayshore Medical Center (Pasadena, Texas) — 388 beds
48. Parkridge Medical Center (Chattanooga, Tenn.) — 387 beds
49. Blake Medical Center (Bradenton, Fla.) — 383 beds
50. Northwest Medical Center-Springdale (Ark.) — 378 beds
49. Largo (Fla.) Medical Center — 373 beds
50. Centinela Hospital Medical Center (Inglewood, Calif.) — 369 beds

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