10 children's hospitals receiving the biggest slice of provider relief funds

HHS has released a dataset detailing the distribution of a portion of the $175 billion in relief aid earmarked for hospitals to cover expenses or lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The data released by HHS shows how much each hospital received from the provider relief fund. The specific dataset includes payments made to hospitals from the $50 billion in general distribution, $12 billion in targeted allocation to high-impact areas and $10 billion targeted to rural providers.

Below is a breakdown of the children's hospitals that received the most funding as of May 13, according to HHS data:

  1. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia — $42.9 million
  2. Children's Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati) — $42.4 million
  3. Texas Children's Hospital (Houston) — $38.4 million
  4. Nationwide Children's Hospital (Columbus, Ohio) — $32.3 million
  5. Children's Mercy (Kansas City, Mo.) — $28.2 million
  6. Children's Hospital Corp. (Boston) — $26.1 million
  7. Seattle Children's — $25.4 million
  8. Children's Hospital Colorado (Aurora) — $22.1 million
  9. Children's Hospital (Washington, D.C.) — $21.8 million
  10. Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago  — $18.3 million

Access the full HHS dataset last updated May 13 here.

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