100 of the largest hospitals and health systems in America | 2021

Becker's Hospital Review compiled a combined 100+ large hospitals and health systems by bed count and number of hospitals, respectively.

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Note: This is not an exhaustive list. Hospitals and health systems do not pay and cannot pay for inclusion. Contact Marcus Robertson at mrobertson@beckershealthcare.com with questions or updates for this list.

Largest Health Systems

1. HCA Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn.): 184 hospitals 

2. Veterans Health Administration: 171 hospitals 

3. Ascension (St. Louis): 139 hospitals 

4. CommonSpirit Health (Chicago): 137 hospitals 

5. Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich.): 92 hospitals 

6. Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.): 84 hospitals 

7. LifePoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.): 84 hospitals 

8. Tenet Healthcare (Dallas): 65 hospitals 

9. Post Acute Medical Health (Enola, Pa.): 64 hospitals

10. Christus Health (Irving, Texas): 60 hospitals

11. Providence (Renton, Wash.): 52 hospitals 

12. Baylor Scott & White Health (Dallas): 52 hospitals 

13. AdventHealth (Altamonte Springs, Fla.): 50 hospitals 

14. Bon Secours Mercy Health (Cincinnati): 50 hospitals 

15. Sanford Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.): 46 hospitals 

16. Indian Health Service (Rockville, Md.): 46 [24 IHS-operated and 22 tribally operated] hospitals

17. Prime Healthcare (Ontario, Calif.): 45 hospitals 

18. Vibra Healthcare (Mechanicsburg, Pa.): 45 hospitals 

19. Atrium Health (Charlotte, N.C.): 40 hospitals 

20. UPMC (Pittsburgh): 40 hospitals 

21. Mercy (St. Louis): 40 hospitals  

22. Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, Calif.): 39 hospitals  

23. UnityPoint Health (West Des Moines, Iowa): 39 hospitals 

24. Avera Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.): 35 hospitals  

25. Ardent Health Services (Nashville, Tenn.): 30 hospitals  

26. Banner Health (Phoenix): 30 hospitals  

27. Great Plains Health Alliance (Wichita, Kan.): 29 hospitals  

28. Community Hospital Corp. (Plano, Texas): 29 hospitals 

29. Texas Health Resources (Arlington): 27 hospitals  

30. Advocate Aurora Health (Downers Grove, Ill., and Milwaukee): 26 hospitals  

31. Universal Health Services (King of Prussia, Pa.): 26 hospitals  

32. MercyOne (Des Moines, Iowa): 25 hospitals 

33. Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City): 24 hospitals  

34. Sutter Health (Sacramento, Calif.): 24 hospitals  

35. Northwell Health (New Hyde Park, N.Y.): 23 hospitals  

36. SSM Health (St. Louis): 23 hospitals  

37. University Hospitals Health System (Cleveland): 23 hospitals 

38. Baptist (Memphis, Tenn.): 22 hospitals

39. Quorum Health Corp. (Brentwood, Tenn.): 22 hospitals  

40. Ballad Health (Johnson City, Tenn.): 21 hospitals  

41. Mayo Clinic Health System (Rochester, Minn.): 20 hospitals

Largest Hospitals

1. Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami): 1,547 beds 

2. Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital: 1,541 beds 

3. AdventHealth Orlando (Fla.): 1,400 beds

4. Mayo Clinic Hospital-Saint Marys Campus (Rochester, Minn.): 1,318 beds 

5. Cleveland Clinic: 1,300 beds 

6. Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis): 1,273 beds 

7. Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center (Charlotte, N.C.): 1,211 beds 

8. UAB Hospital (Birmingham, Ala.): 1,207 beds  

9. The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore): 1,162 beds

10. Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City): 1,139 beds 

11. Northeast Florida State Hospital (MacClenny): 1,138 beds

12. Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak (Mich.): 1,131 beds 

13. UH Cleveland Medical Center: 1,113 beds

14. Saint Francis Hospital (Tulsa, Okla.): 1,112 beds 

15. OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital (Columbus): 1,059 beds 

16. Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (Houston): 1,058 beds 

17. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital: 1,041 beds 

18. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston): 1,019 beds

19. UF Health Shands Hospital (Gainesville, Fla.): 1,014 beds 

20. Vanderbilt University Hospital (Nashville, Tenn.): 1,000 beds 

21. Methodist Hospital (San Antonio): 996 beds 

22. Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center (Baton Rouge, La.): 978 beds

23. Vidant Medical Center (Greenville, N.C.): 974 beds 

24. Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.): 957 beds 

25. UNC Medical Center (Chapel Hill, N.C.): 954 beds 

26. Florida State Hospital (Chattahoochee): 949 beds

27. Baptist Hospital of Miami (Fla.): 948 beds

28. Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center of Aurora Health Care (Milwaukee): 931 beds 

29. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia): 926 beds 

30. Inova Fairfax Hospital (Falls Church, Va.): 923 beds 

31. Miami Valley Hospital (Dayton, Ohio): 922 beds 

32. Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.): 921 beds 

33. MedStar Washington Hospital Center: 912 beds 

34. Houston Methodist Hospital: 907 beds 

35. Christiana Hospital (Newark, Del.): 906 beds 

36. Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (Columbus): 900 beds 

37. Medical City Dallas: 899 beds 

38. Orlando (Fla.) Health Orlando Regional Medical Center: 898 beds 

39. St. Joseph's Hospital (Tampa, Fla.): 897 beds

40. Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago): 894 beds 

41. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles): 886 beds 

42. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.): 885 beds 

43. Huntsville (Ala.) Hospital: 881 beds 

44. Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit, Mich.): 877 beds

45. Hartford (Conn.) Hospital: 867 beds 

46. Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Health Medical Center: 864 beds 

47. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City): 862 beds 

48. Mercy Hospital St. Louis: 859 beds 

49. North Shore University Hospital (Manhasset, N.Y.): 859 beds 

50. Texas Heart Institute at Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center (Houston): 850 beds 

51. NYU Langone Hospitals (New York City): 844 beds 

52. Baptist Health-Little Rock (Ark.): 843 beds 

53. Sarasota Memorial Hospital (Fla.): 839 beds

54. Parkland Health and Hospital System (Dallas): 836 beds 

55. Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas): 824 beds 

56. Memorial Regional Hospital (Hollywood, Fla.): 797 beds

57. Mayo Clinic Hospital-Methodist Campus (Rochester, Minn.): 794 beds 

58. ProMedica Toledo (Ohio) Hospital: 794 beds 

59. Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston): 793 beds 

60. University of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore): 789 beds 

61. UMass Memorial Medical Center-Memorial Campus (Worcester, Mass.): 781 beds 

62. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (Fla.): 772 beds

63. Hackensack University Medical Center: 771 beds 

64. Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans): 767 beds 

65. Albany (N.Y.) Medical Center: 766 beds 

66. The University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City): 750 beds 

67. Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital (Greenville, S.C.): 746 beds 

68. NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center (New York City): 738 beds 

69. Morristown (N.J.) Medical Center: 735 beds

70. Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest (Allentown, Pa.): 729 beds 

71. Montefiore Hospital-Moses Campus (New York City): 726 beds 

72. Broward Health Medical Center (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.): 723 beds 

73. Reading Hospital (West Reading, Pa.): 700 beds 

This list will be updated as new information becomes available.

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