Top 25 New York hospitals by net patient revenue

New York is the 4th most populous state in the nation with nearly 20 million people residing there. It’s also home to New York City, the largest city in the US with nearly nine million people.

How many hospitals are in New York?

Definitive Healthcare tracks more than 7,300 active hospitals in our HospitalView product. Just over 300, or 4%, are in New York. New York ranks 6th among the states with the most hospitals.

Below we’ve compiled a list of the 25 largest hospitals in New York-based on their net patient revenue.

25 largest hospitals in New York by net patient revenue

Rank Hospital Name City Definitive ID Net Patient Revenue
1 Tisch Hospital New York 2843 $6,273,707,636 
2 NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center New York 541974 $5,734,047,089 
3 Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York 2846 $3,417,060,157 
4 Strong Memorial Hospital Rochester 2818 $2,702,464,192 
5 Montefiore Hospital - Moses Campus Bronx 273024 $2,695,861,000 
6 Mount Sinai Medical Center New York 2837 $2,683,766,080 
7 Long IslandJewish Medical Center New Hyde Park 2828 $2,512,859,641 
8 North Shore University Hospital Manhasset 2824 $1,848,079,817 
9 NYU LangoneHospital - Long Island Mineola 2825 $1,691,058,840 
10 Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook 2915 $1,570,077,917 
11 Buffalo General Medical Center  Buffalo 2781 $1,204,592,705 
12 Westchester Medical Center Valhalla 2926 $1,172,457,145 
13 NYC Health and Hospitals - Bellevue  New York 2844 $1,140,296,717 
14 Mount Sinai Morningside  New York 2850 $1,093,383,744 
15 Upstate University Hospital - Downtown Campus Syracuse 2860 $1,087,041,643 
16 Lenox Hill Hospital New York 2847 $1,077,251,293 
17 Albany Medical Center Albany 2749 $1,050,459,647 
18 NYC Health and Hospitals - Kings County  Brooklyn 2806 $980,880,099 
19 Staten Island University Hospital - North Campus Staten Island 2886 $980,511,048 
20 Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn 2803 $914,808,420 
21 Rochester General Hospital Rochester 2816 $892,967,323 
22 Hospital for Special Surgery New York 2840 $882,048,262 
23 NYC Health and Hospitals - Jacobi  Bronx 2755 $848,884,556 
24 NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Flushing 2880 $798,583,565 
25 NYC Health and Hospitals - Elmhurst  Elmhurst 2879 $770,263,403 

Fig. 1 - Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Financial data is from the April 2022 Medicare Cost Report. Data accessed June 2022.

What hospitals have the highest net patient revenue in New York?

Collectively, the top 25 hospitals in New York state account for more than $46 billion in net patient revenue.

Tisch Hospital has the highest net patient revenue coming in with more than $6.2 billion, followed closely by NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center with more than $5.7 billion in net patient revenue. Rounding out the top three is Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center with a net patient revenue of more than $3.4 billion.

Both Tisch Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian /Weill Cornell Medical Center are academic medical centers and part of larger, well-renowned integrated delivery networks (IDN) within New York, which is likely why they top the list. Memorial Sloan Kettering is one of the top cancer centers in the country.

Where in New York are the top hospitals by net patient revenue located?

All three of the top hospitals on the list are based in New York, New York.

Of the 25 hospitals on the list, eight hospitals, or 32% of the top hospitals by net patient revenue are located in New York, New York, also known as Manhattan. An additional seven hospitals, or 28%, are based in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens or Staten Island, additional boroughs of New York City.

In total, the hospitals in the five boroughs of New York City account for 60% percent of the hospitals on the list, which is unsurprising given the city’s population and the renowned reputation of many of the hospitals in NYC that attract patients from outside the city and state.

Four of the hospitals with the highest net patient revenue are in Long Island, while the rest are further upstate in major cities such as Rochester, Syracuse, and Albany.

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