HCA Healthcare hospitals by state
HCA Healthcare is the largest IDN in the U.S. by number of hospitals. With more than 200 total hospitals, it outsizes other top health systems like Universal Health Services and CommonSpirit Health. Below, we break down HCA’s hospital distribution by state.
Number of HCA hospitals ranked by state
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HCA hospitals by state
Where does HCA have the most hospitals?
HCA Healthcare has the most hospitals in Texas, with 58. The state with the second most HCA hospitals is Florida, with 49. These two states have a significant lead over the rest of the states—Tennessee, with the third most HCA hospitals, only has 17 hospitals.
HCA is headquartered in Tennessee, which may explain why many of its network hospitals are based in the surrounding states in the U.S.
What is an HCA hospital?
An HCA hospital is a hospital that is owned and operated by HCA Healthcare or the Hospital Corporation of America. The HCA health system was founded in 1968 in Nashville, Tennessee.
How many HCA hospitals are there?
As shown in the table above, HCA has 211 total hospitals across the U.S. Interestingly, HCA also has medical facilities in the UK.
How prominent is HCA?
HCA has a significant influence on healthcare in the US. In fact, each year, about 5% of all hospital services in the U.S. will be provided at one of HCA’s facilities.
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