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5 largest nonprofit health systems with the most hospitals

With the recent boom in mergers and acquisitions activity, the composition of the top health systems by hospital count may look significantly different by this time next year.

As it stands, here are the top five nonprofit health systems by hospital count and revenue, according to an infographic created by The Wall Street Journal.

  1. Ascension (St. Louis) — 141 hospitals; $22.6 billion in revenue
  2. Catholic Health Initiatives (Englewood, Colo.) — 100 hospitals; $15.5 billion
  3. Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich.) — 93 hospitals; $15.2 billion
  4. Providence St. Joseph (Renton, Wash.) — 50 hospitals; $22.2 billion
  5. Dignity Health (San Francisco) — 39 hospitals; $12.9 billion

However, recently announced mergers between Dignity Health and CHI and Ascension and Providence St. Joseph would significantly alter the healthcare landscape.

The merged Ascension-Providence St. Joseph entity would comprise 191 hospitals and maintain an annual revenue of $44.8 billion, while the combined CHI-Dignity Health organization would be composed of 139 hospitals and $28.4 billion in revenue.

The merged entities, if approved by state and federal regulators, would become the top two nonprofit health systems in the nation by hospital count.

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