Top hospitals in New Jersey by net patient revenue
How many hospitals are in New Jersey?
|Rank||Hospital name||City||Definitive ID||# of staffed beds||Net patient revenue||Explore dataset|
|1||Hackensack University Medical Center||Hackensack||2645||687||$1,675,508,203||Explore|
|2||Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick||New Brunswick||2679||600||$1,308,708,662||Explore|
|3||Cooper University Hospital (AKA Cooper University Health Care)||Camden||2653||564||$1,304,936,000||Explore|
|4||Jersey Shore University Medical Center||Neptune City||2681||574||$1,096,326,286||Explore|
|5||Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center (FKA Saint Barnabas Medical Center)||Livingston||2660||544||$1,002,601,511||Explore|
|6||Virtua Voorhees Hospital||Voorhees||7129||389||$901,330,450||Explore|
|7||Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (AKA Englewood Health)||Englewood||2642||274||$875,356,547||Explore|
|8||The Valley Hospital (AKA Valley Health System)||Ridgewood||2646||335||$869,665,583||Explore|
|9||AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center - Atlantic City Campus||Atlantic City||2641||180||$789,082,951||Explore|
|10||St Josephs University Medical Center (FKA St Josephs Regional Medical Center)||Paterson||2693||678||$762,498,098||Explore|
|11||Jefferson Stratford Hospital (FKA Kennedy University Hospital - Stratford)||Stratford||2650||506||$643,863,616||Explore|
|12||The University Hospital (FKA UMDNJ University Hospital)||Newark||2663||358||$622,355,000||Explore|
|13||Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell||Pennington||2674||203||$620,972,562||Explore|
|14||Newark Beth Israel Medical Center||Newark||2657||425||$605,344,513||Explore|
|15||JFK University Medical Center||Edison||2677||344||$564,532,060||Explore|
|16||Princeton Medical Center (FKA University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro)||Plainsboro||2672||206||$556,865,213||Explore|
|17||Inspira Medical Center Vineland (FKA South Jersey Healthcare Regional Medical Center)||Vineland||2655||280||$498,922,958||Explore|
|18||Saint Peters University Hospital||New Brunswick||2678||478||$492,045,490||Explore|
|19||Holy Name Medical Center (AKA Holy Name Health)||Teaneck||2644||289||$452,930,037||Explore|
|20||Ocean University Medical Center||Brick||2689||315||$449,200,985||Explore|
Which hospital in New Jersey has the highest net patient revenue?
Hackensack University Medical Center has the highest net patient revenue among hospitals in New Jersey at over $1.67 billion. Four additional hospitals in New Jersey have a net patient revenue of more than $1 billion: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick ($1.30 billion), Cooper University Hospital ($1.30 billion), Jersey Shore University Medical Center ($1.09 billion), and Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center ($1 billion).
The top four hospitals in New Jersey by net patient revenue are among the 10 largest hospitals in the state by bed size. Seven of the top 20 on the list are academic medical centers that educate healthcare providers and conduct medical research.
The top 20 hospitals on the list have a combined net patient revenue of more than $16 billion. The average net patient revenue among the top 20 New Jersey hospitals is approximately $804 million.
What is the average net patient revenue for New Jersey hospitals?
Based on the most recent data from the 127 New Jersey hospitals in HospitalView, the average statewide net patient revenue is $292 million. In comparison, the national average net patient revenue is around $193 million.
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