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Top HCA Healthcare hospitals in Virginia

Virginia is one of the largest states on the East Coast, with a population of more than 8.6 million people. In addition to its size, it’s also home to some of the most well-renowned healthcare facilities in the country, ranking among the top 10 states in the U.S. by the quality of healthcare.

HCA Healthcare is one of the largest health systems in the country and currently operates 14 hospitals across Virginia. Of those 14 hospitals, 9 of them have net patient revenue (NPR) data via the Medicare Cost Report. Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we created a list of the top HCA hospitals in Virginia ranked by net patient revenue (NPR) according to the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database.

Top HCA hospitals in Virginia by net patient revenue

RankHCA hospital nameCityDefinitive IDNet patient revenueExplore dataset
1Johnston-Willis HospitalRichmond4264$898,558,592 Explore
2Henrico Doctors HospitalRichmond4280$636,683,418 Explore
3LewisGale Medical CenterSalem4339$405,005,976 Explore
4LewisGale Hospital MontgomeryBlacksburg4287$155,739,429 Explore
5TriCities Hospital Hopewell4320$119,027,064 Explore
6StoneSprings Hospital CenterSterling579791$94,294,063 Explore
7LewisGale Hospital PulaskiPulaski4295$58,865,127 Explore
8Dominion HospitalFalls Church5982$49,283,261 Explore
9LewisGale Hospital AlleghanyLow Moor4259$42,724,102 Explore

Fig. 1 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product, according to the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database. Data is from the July 2023 Medicare Cost Report release. Data is accurate as of August 2023.

What are the largest HCA hospitals in Virginia?

Johnston-Willis Hospital, located in Richmond, is the largest HCA hospital in Virginia, with a net patient revenue of $898,558,592. This hospital is known for its cancer and neurological care and is a designated Commission on Cancer Center. Cancer treatments can be very expensive, which could help to explain the facility’s first-place spot.

In second place is Henrico Doctors Hospital, also located in Richmond, with a net patient revenue of $636,683,418. Established in 1974, this facility is the original of what is now five Henrico Doctors community campuses throughout the city. Specializing in trauma, cardiovascular, neurological, and oncology care, Henrico Doctors Hospital has been recognized as one of the 100 best hospitals in the country by Healthgrades America.

Rounding out the top three HCA hospitals in Virginia is Salem-based LewisGale Medical Center, with a net patient revenue of $405,005,976. This facility is the original of what is now several LewisGale facilities throughout Virginia, four of which have made this list. This hospital, founded by Dr. Joseph N. Lewis and Dr. Sparrell S. Gale, formed a partnership with HCA Healthcare in 1972, which resulted in several of these new facilities being built. Despite this, the original LewisGale Medical Center still remains the largest facility by the number of staffed beds, which could help to explain its ranking on this list.

In total, the hospitals on this list bring in over $2.4 billion in combined net patient revenue, with an average NPR of $273 million. Together, these hospitals account for about 5% of HCA Healthcare’s total nationwide NPR.

Why is net patient revenue important to a health system?

Net patient revenue is the aggregate money generated from patient services collected from payors, including private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. NPR is an indication of a hospital’s financial strength and allows them to develop meaningful business strategies. However, growing NPR is often considered to be one of the most difficult challenges for healthcare providers nationwide.

Between fluctuating patient volumes and decreasing reimbursement rates, improving financial performance is top-of-mind for many healthcare organizations. Healthcare commercial intelligence can help a hospital’s revenue growth with comprehensive insights into payor claims data, patient leakage, diagnosis and procedure trends, and more.

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