Top 25 New York hospitals by net patient revenue
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Below we’ve compiled a list of the 25 largest hospitals in New York based on net patient revenue, according to the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database.
25 largest hospitals in New York by net patient revenue
|Rank||Hospital name||City||Net patient revenue||Explore dataset|
|1||NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center||New York||$6,880,604,656||Explore|
|2||Tisch Hospital||New York||$6,273,707,636||Explore|
|3||Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center||New York||$4,050,993,980||Explore|
|4||Mount Sinai Medical Center||New York||$2,996,703,558||Explore|
|5||Montefiore Hospital - Moses Campus||Bronx||$2,948,453,000||Explore|
|6||Long Island Jewish Medical Center||New Hyde Park||$2,779,128,197||Explore|
|7||Strong Memorial Hospital||Rochester||$2,702,464,192||Explore|
|8||North Shore University Hospital||Manhasset||$2,151,686,245||Explore|
|9||Stony Brook University Hospital||Stony Brook||$1,781,612,704||Explore|
|10||Westchester Medical Center||Valhalla||$1,465,647,021||Explore|
|11||NYC Health and Hospitals - Bellevue||New York||$1,331,011,715||Explore|
|12||Buffalo General Medical Center||Buffalo||$1,328,771,655||Explore|
|13||Lenox Hill Hospital||New York||$1,305,076,733||Explore|
|14||NYC Health and Hospitals - Jacobi||Bronx||$1,258,464,449||Explore|
|15||Mount Sinai Morningside||New York||$1,237,660,898||Explore|
|16||Upstate University Hospital - Downtown Campus||Syracuse||$1,217,232,611||Explore|
|17||Staten Island University Hospital - North Campus||Staten Island||$1,134,889,898||Explore|
|18||Albany Medical Center||Albany||$1,113,565,605||Explore|
|19||Hospital for Special Surgery||New York||$1,026,986,404||Explore|
|20||NYC Health and Hospitals - Kings County||Brooklyn||$986,191,851||Explore|
|21||Maimonides Medical Center||Brooklyn||$914,808,420||Explore|
|22||Rochester General Hospital||Rochester||$892,967,323||Explore|
|23||St Francis Hospital & Heart Center||Roslyn||$884,418,262||Explore|
|25||NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital||Brooklyn||$847,027,995||Explore|
Which hospitals have the highest net patient revenue in New York?
Collectively, the top 25 hospitals in New York State account for more than $50 billion in net patient revenue.
NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center takes the first-place spot on our list with a net patient revenue of more than $6.8 billion. This facility is also one of the largest in the state, with a total of 862 staffed beds. Coming in a close second is Tisch Hospital with a net patient revenue of over $6.2 billion. Rounding out the top three is the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center with a net patient revenue of about $4 billion.
Both New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and Tisch Hospital 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. In addition, 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.
Five 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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