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Top 20 HCA Healthcare hospitals in Florida by net patient revenue

HCA Healthcare is one of the largest health systems in the country and has a strong foothold in Florida.

Below are the top 20 HCA Healthcare hospitals in Florida based on net patient revenue.

Largest HCA hospitals in Florida by net patient revenue

RankHospital nameNet patient revenueExplore dataset
1HCA Florida North Florida Hospital$639,292,419 Explore
2HCA Florida Ocala Hospital$637,191,618 Explore
3HCA Florida JFK Hospital$607,125,775 Explore
4HCA Florida Kendall Hospital$553,414,945 Explore
5HCA Florida Brandon Hospital$498,218,652 Explore
6HCA Florida Osceola Hospital$473,776,095 Explore
7HCA Florida Memorial Hospital$472,837,468 Explore
8HCA Florida Lawnwood Hospital$432,856,876 Explore
9HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital$393,035,250 Explore
10HCA Florida Aventura Hospital$392,330,627 Explore
11HCA Florida West Hospital$366,553,908 Explore
12HCA Florida Largo Hospital$363,656,879 Explore
13HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital$356,930,103 Explore
14HCA Florida Bayonet Point Hospital$355,502,650 Explore
15HCA Florida Fort Walton-Destin Hospital$326,964,508 Explore
16HCA Florida Capital Hospital$314,447,863 Explore
17HCA Florida Westside Hospital$308,930,523 Explore
18HCA Florida Gulf Coast Hospital$288,844,121 Explore
19HCA Florida Trinity Hospital$277,239,332 Explore
20HCA Florida Blake Hospital$277,090,295 Explore

Fig. 1 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data accessed January 2023. 

Which HCA Healthcare hospitals have the highest net patient revenue?

Collectively the top 20 HCA Healthcare hospitals in Florida account for more than $8 billion in net patient revenue.

HCA Florida North Florida Hospital and HCA Florida Ocala Hospital take the number one and two spots on the list with $639 million and $637 million in net patient revenue, respectively. HCA Florida JFK Hospital comes in third with nearly $607 million in net patient revenue.

How many HCA hospitals are in Florida?

According to data in our HospitalView product, HCA Healthcare owns or operates more than 50 hospitals in the state. Most of the hospitals belong to the HCA Florida Healthcare subnetwork, but a few are part of the HCA South Atlantic Division subnetwork, which includes hospitals in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.

What is an HCA hospital?

An HCA hospital is any hospital that is owned or operated by HCA Healthcare, one of the largest health systems in the country.

What does HCA stand for?

HCA stands for the Health Corporation of America, which was founded in 1968. HCA Healthcare was one of the first IDN networks in the country and has since expanded its reach to 20 states and the United Kingdom.

How many hospitals does HCA Healthcare own in the United States?

HCA Healthcare operates more than 200 hospitals across the country according to data from our HospitalView product. However, HCA also operates hundreds of other healthcare facilities, such as physician groups, urgent care clinics, imaging centers and ambulatory surgery centers.

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