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Becker’s Hospital Review Shares 50 Top Grossing Hospitals in the Country

June 30, 2012

Becker’s Hospital Review has published its annual list of the 50 top grossing hospitals in the United States, which includes organizations with annual revenue ranging from $3 to $10 billion.

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) June 30, 2012

Becker’s Hospital Review has published its annual list of the 50 top grossing hospitals in the United States, which includes organizations with annual revenue ranging from $3 to $10 billion.

This list includes short-term acute-care hospitals, critical access hospitals and children’s hospitals. It is compiled based on gross revenue according to CMS cost report data that is analyzed by the American Hospital Directory.

The hospital total patient revenues 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 full list, presented below, can also be found online here.

1. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian – $10.19 billion

2. The Cleveland Clinic – $9.86 billion

3. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City) – $8.06 billion

4. Florida Hospital Orlando – $8.01 billion

5. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles) – $7.99 billion

6. Stanford (Calif.) Hospital – $6.71 billion

7. Montefiore Medical Center-Moses Division Hospital (Bronx, N.Y.) – $6.49 billion

8. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) – $5.98 billion

9. University of California San Francisco Medical Center at Parnassus – $5.95 billion

10. Temple University Hospital (Philadelphia) – $5.9 billion

11. Orlando Regional Medical Center – $5.71 billion

12. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston) – $5.64 billion

13. University of California Davis Medical Center (Sacramento) – $5.22 billion

14. Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center – $4.83 billion

15. Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Upland, Pa.) – $4.81 billion

16. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis) – $4.75 billion

17. Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston) – $4.58 billion

18. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.) – $4.52 billion

19. Ohio State University Hospital (Columbus) – $4.51 billion

20. Methodist Hospital (San Antonio) – $4.22 billion

21. New York University Langone Medical Center (New York City) – $4.21 billion

22. Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital – $4.16 billion

23. Norton Hospital (Louisville, Ky.) – $4.15 billion

24. Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami) – $4.15 billion

25. Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago) – $4.15 billion

26. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia) – $4.12 billion

27. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (Ann Arbor) – $4.12 billion

28. North Shore University Hospital (Manhasset, N.Y.) – $4.09 billion

29. The Methodist Hospital (Houston) – $4.04 billion

30. The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center (Houston) – $4.04 billion

31. Loma Linda (Calif.) University Medical Center – $3.95 billion

32. Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.) – $3.92 billion

33. Yale-New Haven Hospital (Conn.) – $3.9 billion

34. Methodist University Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.) – $3.79 billion

35. Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit) – $3.66 billion

36. Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest (Allentown, Pa.) – $3.54 billion

37. Rush University Medical Center (Chicago) – $3.49 billion

38. Aurora Saint Luke’s Medical Center (Milwaukee) – $3.45 billion

39. The Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York City) – $3.36 billion

40. Barnes-Jewish Hospital (Saint Louis) – $3.35 billion

41. Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak (Mich.) – $3.32 billion

42. Carolinas Medical Center (Charlotte, N.C.) – $3.32 billion

43. Abington (Pa.) Memorial Hospital – $3.31 billion

44. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (New Brunswick, N.J.) – $3.3 billion

45. The University of Chicago Medical Center – $3.3 billion

46. Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles) – $3.28 billion

47. Long Island Jewish Medical Center (New Hyde Park, N.Y.) – $3.27 billion

48. Geisinger Medical Center (Danville, Pa.) – $3.22 billion

49. Baptist Hospital of Miami – $3.2 billion

50. Baptist Medical Center (San Antonio) – $3.18 billion

Note: There are never fees involved in the Becker’s Hospital Review list process. Hospitals and organizations included on lists are free to note their inclusion for marketing purposes without any charge.

About Becker´s Hospital Review

Becker’s Hospital Review is a bimonthly publication offering up-to-date business and legal news and analysis relating to hospitals and health systems. Our content is geared toward high level hospital leaders, and we work to provide valuable content, including hospital and health system news, best practices and legal guidance specifically for these decision makers. Each issue of Becker’s Hospital Review reaches more than 18,000 people, primarily acute-care hospital CEOs and CFOs.

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