50 Largest Non-Profit Hospitals in America

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Here are the 50 largest non-profit hospitals in America, 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 parts of the following text.

1. New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City) — 2,286 beds
2. Florida Hospital Orlando — 2,067 beds
3. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian — 1,601 beds
4. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis) — 1,506 beds
5. Baptist Medical Center (San Antonio) — 1,443 beds
6. Montefiore Medical Center-Moses Division Hospital (Bronx, N.Y.) — 1,409 beds
7. Orlando (Fla.) Regional Medical Center — 1,401 beds
8. Methodist University Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.) — 1,296 beds
9. Barnes-Jewish Hospital (Saint Louis) — 1,284 beds
10. The Cleveland Clinic — 1,284 beds
11. Norton Hospital (Louisville, Ky.) — 1,263 beds
12. Buffalo (N.Y.) General Hospital — 1,241 beds
13. The Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York City) — 1,221 beds
14. North Shore University Hospital (Manhasset, N.Y.) — 1,080 beds
15. Christiana Hospital (Newark, Del.) — 1,075 beds
16. Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak (Mich.) — 1,061 beds
17. Albert Einstein Medical Center (Philadelphia) — 1,012 beds
18. Jewish Hospital (Louisville, Ky.) — 1,012 beds
19. Beth Israel Medical Center-Petrie Division (New York City) — 1,003 beds
20. Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital (Grand Rapids, Mich.) — 978 beds
21. Aurora Saint Luke's Medical Center (Milwaukee) — 973 beds
22. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) — 955 beds
23. The Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center (Brooklyn, N.Y.) — 955 beds
24. The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital (Greensboro, N.C.) — 930 beds
25.  Mercy Hospital Saint Louis — 919 beds
26. The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore) — 918 beds
27. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital — 915 beds
28. Forsyth Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.) — 913 beds
29. The Methodist Hospital (Houston) — 908 beds
30. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston) — 907 beds
31. Charlton Memorial Hospital (Fall River, Mass.) — 889 beds
32. Saint Joseph's Hospital (Tampa, Fla.) — 881 beds
33. Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas — 879 beds
34. Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital — 879 beds
35. Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis (Tenn.) — 872 beds
36. Shands at the University of Florida (Gainesville) — 870 beds
37. Long Island Jewish Medical Center (New Hyde Park, N.Y.) — 860 beds
38. Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (Houston) — 860 beds
39. Saint Mary's Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) — 859 beds
40. Inova Fairfax Hospital (Falls Church, Va.) — 856 beds
41. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia) — 856 beds
42. Loma Linda (Calif.) University Medical Center — 854 beds
43. Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Medical Center — 851 beds
44. Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) — 848 beds
45. Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center (New York City) — 847 beds
46. Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest (Allenton, Pa.) — 845 beds
47. Vidant Medical Center (Greenville, N.C.) — 845 beds
48. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.) — 842 beds
49. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.) — 840 beds
50. New York University Langone Medical Center (New York City) — 829 beds

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