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Top HCA Healthcare hospitals in Las Vegas by net patient revenue

Despite only having a population of around 650,000 people, Las Vegas is one of the most well-known cities in the country. A commercial hub for all things fun and entertainment, Las Vegas has been working diligently to improve the quality of its healthcare over the last several years.

HCA Healthcare is one of the largest health systems in the country and currently operates four major hospitals in Las Vegas. Of those four, three have net patient revenue (NPR) data available via the Medicare Cost Report. Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we ranked the HCA hospitals in Las Vegas by NPR according to the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database.

Top Las Vegas HCA hospitals by net patient revenue

RankHospital nameDefinitive IDIDN# of staffed bedsNet patient revenueExplore dataset
1Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center2586HCA Far West Division - Sunrise Health676$799,753,918 Explore
2MountainView Hospital2591HCA Far West Division - Sunrise Health363$587,079,298 Explore
3Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center2595HCA Far West Division - Sunrise Health180$311,369,665 Explore

Fig. 1 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product and aggregated from the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database. Data is sourced from the July 2023 Medicare Cost Report release. Accessed September 2023.

What are the largest HCA hospitals in Las Vegas?

Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center is the largest HCA hospital in Las Vegas, with a net patient revenue of $799,753,918. As the largest acute-care facility in the city, Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center has nearly double the number of staffed beds of the next largest hospital. As a result, Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center can treat a much larger volume of patients and, in turn, have a higher net patient revenue. In addition, this facility is ranked number one on the list of the largest HCA hospitals in the West by NPR, as well as number eight nationwide.

In second place is MountainView Hospital, with a net patient revenue of $587,079,298. This facility is also a teaching hospital for the University of Las Vegas and is renowned for its robotic surgery program. Procedures of this nature can often be very expensive, which could explain why this facility’s NPR is where it is.

The last HCA hospital in Las Vegas is Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center, which has an NPR of $311,369,665. This facility has been consistently working on expansion for the last few years and has recently opened two additional free-standing ER locations across the city. The hope with these facilities is to increase the number of patients the organization can serve in the community, which in turn will increase their net patient revenue.

The hospitals on this list account for nearly $1.7 billion in combined net patient revenue, with an average NPR of $566 million.

Why is net patient revenue important?

Net patient revenue is the aggregate money generated from patient services collected from payors, including private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. NPR is used as an indicator of a hospital’s financial strength, and knowing its NPR allows a facility to make smart and informed business decisions. Between fluctuating patient volumes and decreasing reimbursement rates, improving financial performance is top-of-mind for many healthcare organizations.

In addition, understanding the financial strength of a hospital can be beneficial for other businesses looking to develop commercial strategies in that area. Locating your business near a hospital with a high NPR could result in more customer traffic, and in turn, more financial success.

What is an HCA hospital?

An HCA hospital is any hospital that is owned or operated by HCA Healthcare. HCA stands for the Health Corporation of America, and it was founded in 1968 as one of the country’s first-ever health systems. Currently, HCA Healthcare operates 214 hospitals across 19 states and the United Kingdom, making it the largest health system in the country.

In addition to having the most hospitals in its network, HCA Healthcare is currently the largest health system in the country by both net patient revenue and total hospital square footage. As a result, the influence that HCA has had on U.S. healthcare for the last several decades cannot be understated.

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