10 Things to Know About Hennepin County Medical Center

Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis is a Level I adult and pediatric trauma center and is part of Hennepin Healthcare System.

Here are 10 things to know about Hennepin County Medical Center.

1. David Jones serves as the interim CEO. Arthur Gonzalez, the former CEO, resigned in July 2012.

2. The CFO is Larry Kryzaniak.

3. Hennepin County Medical Center has 462 beds.

4. HCMC has 3,595 employees, according to the American Hospital Directory.

5. HCMC recorded $1.1 billion in gross revenue and a net income of $67.9 million in 2010, as reported by the American Hospital Directory.

6. Hennepin County Medical Center discharged 21,315 patients in 2011, including adults and pediatrics. HCMC performed 15,298 surgeries and 2,291 births last year.

7. HCMC received the "Best Minnesota Hospital Workplace" award in 2012 from the Minnesota Hospital Association.

8. HCMC began in 1887 as City Hospital. In 1964, Hennepin County assumed ownership of the hospital.

9. HCMC is the third largest hospital in Minnesota based on operating revenue.

10. Thirty physicians from Hennepin County Medical Center, representing 18 specialties, were listed by their peers as "Top Doctors" in Mpls/St. Paul magazine in 2012.

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