Top 5 HCA Healthcare hospitals in Georgia by net patient revenue

The following list highlights the top five HCA Healthcare hospitals in Georgia by net patient revenue (NPR). Despite HCA Healthcare’s headquarters being in the southeast, HCA Healthcare has a relatively small footprint in Georgia with just six hospitals in the state.

What is net patient revenue?

Net patient revenue is defined as the total amount of money received from a payer or treating patients. Charitable donations, foundation earnings, contractual adjustments, bad debt, or money from other financial sources are not included. Net patient revenue is an important metric to measure the financial performance of a hospital.

What is the net patient revenue for HCA hospitals in Georgia?

The hospitals on this list account for over $1.4 billion in combined net patient revenue, with an average NPR of $285.5 million. Revenue from Georgia accounts for less than .5% of HCA Healthcare’s overall NPR. At over $595 million, Memorial Health University Medical Center reported the highest NPR of all HCA hospitals in Georgia, accounting for nearly 42% of the total combined NPR represented on this list.

HCA Healthcare serves as the parent network for the integrated delivery network HCA South Atlantic Division. HCA South Atlantic Division includes healthcare facilities in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

HCA hospitals in Georgia with the highest net patient revenue

Rank Hospital Name Definitive ID City IDN IDN Parent Net Patient Revenue
1. Memorial Health University Medical Center  957  Savannah  HCA South Atlantic Division  HCA Healthcare  $595,446,427
2. Doctors Hospital of Augusta 

1048 

Augusta 

HCA South Atlantic Division  HCA Healthcare

$450,071,964

3. Memorial Health Meadows Hospital  

1059

Vidalia HCA South Atlantic Division HCA Healthcare  $145,497,567
4. Fairview Park Hospital  1023  Dublin HCA South Atlantic Division  HCA Healthcare $135,224,290
5. Memorial Satilla Health  1065  Waycross  HCA South Atlantic Division HCA Healthcare $101,307,971

Fig 1. Data from Definitive Healthcare's HospitalView database. Data is from October 2021 Medicare Cost Report release. Data accessed January 4, 2022.

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