For-profit hospital operators by the numbers: A look at HCA, Tenet, CHS, LifePoint and UHS

The five largest for-profit hospital companies in the U.S. operate more than 450 acute care hospitals combined and reported revenues ranging between $6.3 billion and $43.6 billion in 2017.

Here's a look at some of the numbers for the major for-profit hospital operators:

Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.)

Acute care hospitals: 119

52-week share price range: $2.66-$9.89

Revenue in 2017: $15.4 billion

Net loss in 2017: $2.5 billion

 

HCA Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn.)

Acute care hospitals: 175

52-week share price range: $71.18-$110

Revenue in 2017: $43.6 billion

Net income in 2017: $2.2 billion

 

LifePoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.)

Acute care hospitals: 71

52-week share price range: $41.45-$67.65

Revenue in 2017: $6.3 billion

Net income in 2017: $102.4 million

 

Tenet Healthcare (Dallas)

Acute care hospitals: 68

52-week share price range: $12.25-$38.81

Revenue in 2017: $19.2 billion

Net loss in 2017: $704 million

 

Universal Health Services (King of Prussia, Pa.)

Acute care hospitals: 26

52-week share price range: $95.26-$128.15

Revenue in 2017: $10.4 billion

Net income in 2017: $752.3 million

 

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