10 largest independent hospitals in America 

Of the approximately 1,500 hospitals in the U.S. that remain unaffiliated with a larger integrated system, the 10 largest of these independent hospitals make up nearly 7,000 beds alone. 

The data comes from Definitive Healthcare, which identified the top 10 largest independent hospitals by the number of staffed beds. The list includes short-term acute care, long-term acute care, psychiatric and children's hospitals. Each is at least four times the size of the average independent hospital, which has 131 beds.

  1. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital — 898 beds
  2. Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Health Medical Center — 864 beds (*figure provided to Becker's by hospital)
  3. Parkland Health (Dallas) — 801 beds 
  4. The University of Tennessee Medical Center (Knoxville) — 698
  5. Hebrew SeniorLife – Hebrew Rehabilitation Center (Roslindale, Mass.) — 667 beds
  6. Grady Health System (Atlanta) — 652 beds 
  7. University Hospital (San Antonio) — 642 beds
  8. InterCommunity Blue Hills (Hartford, Conn.) 
  9. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia — 591 beds 
  10. Cooper University Hospital (Camden, N.J.) — 564 beds 

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