50 Top-Grossing For-Profit Hospitals | 2014

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Here are the 50 top-grossing for-profit hospitals in the United States based on gross revenue, according to CMS cost report data analyzed by American Hospital Directory. Data are for short term acute-care hospitals, critical access hospitals and children's hospitals.

Note: The hospital total patient revenues reported here are reported to CMS by the hospitals in their most recent cost reports and, in some cases, may include patient revenue from other facilities that share a provider number with the main hospital. The listed revenues have been rounded, although hospitals with the same rounded revenues are still ranked and placed according to their unrounded figures, meaning there are no ties.

For the purposes of this list, AHD data were stratified to include the following "type of control" categories: proprietary corporation; proprietary individual; proprietary other; and proprietary partnership.

  1. Methodist Hospital (San Antonio)[1] — $5.69 billion
  2. Baptist Medical Center (San Antonio)[2] — $5.3 billion
  3. CJW Medical Center-Chippenham Campus (Richmond, Va.)[3] — $3.8 billion
  4. Doctors Medical Center of Modesto (Calif.) — $3.49 billion
  5. Oklahoma University Medical Center (Oklahoma City) — $3.46 billion
  6. Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center (Las Vegas) — $3.33 billion
  7. Medical City Hospital (Dallas) — $3.23 billion
  8. Brookwood Medical Center (Birmingham, Ala.) — $3.21 billion
  9. Hahnemann University Hospital (Philadelphia) — $3.11 billion
  10. Las Palmas Medical Center (El Paso, Texas)[4] — $2.96 billion
  11. JFK Medical Center (Atlantis, Fla.) — $2.75 billion
  12. Clear Lake Regional Medical Center (Webster, Texas)[5] — $2.68 billion
  13. Good Samaritan Hospital (San Jose, Calif.) — $2.58 billion
  14. Riverside (Calif.) Community Hospital — $2.55 billion
  15. North Florida Regional Medical Center (Gainesville) — $2.5 billion
  16. Henrico Doctor's Hospital (Richmond, Va.)[6] — $2.44 billion
  17. Swedish Medical Center (Englewood, Colo.) — $2.36 billion
  18. Plantation (Fla.) General Hospital — $2.31 billion
  19. Memorial Hospital (Jacksonville, Fla.) — $2.24 billion
  20. Brandon (Fla.) Regional Hospital — $2.21 billion
  21. TriStar Centennial (Nashville, Tenn.)[7] — $2.18 billion
  22. Orange Park (Fla.) Medical Center — $2.16 billion
  23. Regional Medical Center of San Jose (Calif.) — $2.15 billion
  24. Edinburg (Texas) Regional Medical Center[8] — $2.15 billion
  25. Wesley Medical Center (Wichita, Kan.) — $2.1 billion
  26. Saint David's Medical Center (Austin, Texas) — $2.08 billion
  27. Kendall Regional Medical Center (Miami) — $2.04 billion
  28. North Shore Medical Center (Miami)[9] — $1.98 billion
  29. Saint Christopher's Hospital for Children (Philadelphia) — $1.91 billion
  30. Osceola Regional Medical Center (Kissimmee, Fla.) — $1.9 billion
  31. Trident Medical Center (Charleston, S.C.)[10] — $1.87 billion
  32. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center & Heart Institute (Fort Pierce, Fla.) — $1.87 billion
  33. Doctors Hospital at Renaissance (Edinburg, Texas) — $1.85 billion
  34. Bayshore Medical Center (Pasadena, Texas)[11] — $1.85 billion
  35. Summerlin Hospital Medical Center (Las Vegas) — $1.83 billion
  36. Aventura (Fla.) Hospital and Medical Center — $1.79 billion
  37. Lutheran Hospital of Indiana (Fort Wayne) — $1.77 billion
  38. Presbyterian/Saint Luke's Medical Center (Denver) — $1.76 billion
  39. Tulane Medical Center (New Orleans)[12] — $1.76 billion
  40. Fountain Valley (Calif.) Regional Hospital and Medical Center — $1.74 billion
  41. Medical Center of Plano (Texas) — $1.73 billion
  42. Gadsden (Ala.) Regional Medical Center — $1.7 billion
  43. MountainView Hospital (Las Vegas) — $1.67 billion
  44. Ocala (Fla.) Regional Medical Center[13] — $1.65 billion
  45. Delray Medical Center (Delray Beach, Fla.) — $1.64 billion
  46. Research Medical Center (Kansas City, Mo.) — $1.61 billion
  47. Valley Hospital Medical Center (Las Vegas) — $1.6 billion
  48. Providence Memorial Hospital (El Paso, Texas) — $1.6 billion
  49. Trinity Medical Center (Birmingham, Ala.) — $1.59 billion
  50. Largo (Fla.) Medical Center[14] — $1.59 billion

 


[1] Includes information for the Methodist Childrens Hospital of South Texas, the Metropolitan Methodist Hospital, the Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital, and the Northeast Methodist Hospital.

[2] Includes information for North Central Baptist Hospital, Northeast Baptist Hospital and Saint Luke's Baptist Hospital.

[3] Includes information for the CJW Medical Center - Johnston-Willis Campus.

[4] Includes information for Del Sol Medical Center.

[5] Mainland Medical Center became a campus of this facility on 03/31/2011.

[6] Includes information for Henrico Doctors' Hospital - Parham Campus and Henrico Doctors' Hospital - Retreat Campus.

[7] Includes information for Parthenon Pavilion at Centennial and The Women's Hospital at Centennial.

[8] Includes information for South Texas Behavioral Health Center and McAllen Medical Center.

[9] Includes information for North Shore Medical Center - FMC Campus.

[10] Includes information for Summerville Medical Center.

[11] Contains information for East Houston Regional Medical Center.

[12] Includes information for Tulane Medical Center - Lakeside Hospital.

[13] This facility reports in a consolidated fashion with West Marion Community Hospital.

[14] Includes information for Sun Coast Hospital - Largo Medical Center.

 

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