10 Largest Hospitals by Revenue

According to the American Hospital Association, there are more than 5,700 hospitals in the US. They range in size from small community medical centers to massive for-profit hospital campuses.

According to the American Hospital Association, there are more than 5,700 hospitals in the US. They range in size from small community medical centers to massive for-profit hospital campuses.

Those hospitals have just shy of 1 million staffed beds.

More than half of US hospitals are nonprofit community hospitals. About 1,000 are for-profit medical centers, and another 1,000 are owned by local and state governments.

The largest hospitals tend to be in major cities in predictable states. California has 3 of the top 10 hospitals, when ranked by net revenue. New York, Florida, and Texas also make the list.

What follows is a list of the 10 largest US hospitals based on net patient revenue from 2013. The data come via Billian’s Health Data, via Statista.com. Staffed bed figures are from the American Hospital Directory.

10. University of Michigan Hospital

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.21 billion

Total staffed beds: 931

Website: www.uofmhealth.org

9. Massachusetts General Hospital

Location: Boston, MA

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.27 billion

Total staffed beds: 999

Website: www.massgeneral.org

8. Los Angeles County Harbor — UCLA Medical Center

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.34 billion

Total staffed beds: 464

Website: www.harbor-ucla.org

7. Florida Hospital Orlando

Location: Orlando, FL

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.39 billion

Total staffed beds: 2,350

Website: www.floridahospital.com/orlando

6. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.43 billion

Total staffed beds: 1,266

Website: www.iuhealth.org/methodist

5. Stanford Hospital and Clinics

Location: Stanford, CA

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.46 billion

Total staffed beds: 466

Website: www.stanfordhospital.org

4. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Location: West Hollywood, CA

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.48 billion

Total staffed beds: 896

Website: www.cedars-sinai.edu

3. University of Texas — M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Location: Houston, TX

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $2.66 billion

Total staffed beds: 652

Website: www.mdanderson.org

2. New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

Location: New York, NY

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $3.65 billion

Total staffed beds: 2,391

Website: www.nyp.org

1. Cleveland Clinic Hospital

Location: Cleveland, OH

Net Patient Revenue (2013): $3.83 billion

Total staffed beds: 1,272

Website: www.clevelandclinic.org