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100 Largest Hospitals in United States

Below is a list of the 100 largest hospitals in the United States based on the number of beds.

1. New York Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York) 2,272 beds
2. Florida Hospital (Orlando, Florida) 2,001 beds
3. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – 1,601 beds
4. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis, Indiana) 1,510 beds
5. Baptist Medical Center (San Antonio, texas) 1,443 beds
6. Montefiore Medical Center – Moses Division Hospital (Bronx, New York) 1,427 beds
7. Methodist Hospital (San Antonio, Texas) 1,406 beds
8. Orlando Regional Medical Center (Orlando, Florida) 1,401 beds
9. Methodist University Hospital (Memphis, Tennessee) 1,273 beds
10. The Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, Ohio) 1,270 beds
11. Barnes – Jewish Hospital (St. Louis, Missouri) 1,258 beds
12. Buffalo General Hospital (Buffalo, New York) 1,241 beds
13. Norton Hospital (Louisville, Kentucky) 1,238 beds
14. The Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York) 1,223 beds
15. Christiana Hospital (Newark, Delaware) 1,075 beds
16. Beaumont Hospital (Royal Oak, Michigan) 1,061 beds
17. North Shore University Hospital (Manhasset, New York) 1,029 beds
18. Jewish Hospital (Louisville, Kentucky) 1,012 beds
19. Albert Einstein Medical Center (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 1,012 beds
20. Beth Israel Medical Center – Petrie Division (New York) 988 beds
21. Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital (Grand Rapids, Michigan) 978 beds
22. Aurora Saint Lukes Medical Center (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) 973 beds
23. The Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center (Brooklyn, New York) 955 beds
24. Cedars – Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles, California) 955 beds
25. The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital (Greensboro, North Carolina) 930 beds
26. Saint Johns Mercy Medical Center (St. Louis, Missouri) 919 beds
27. Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, Maryland) 918 beds
28. Tampa General Hospital (Tampa, Florida) 915 beds
29. Forsyth Medical Center (Winston – Salem, North Carolina) 909 beds
30. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, Massachusetts) 907 beds
31. The Methodist Hospital (Houston, Texas) 894 beds
32. Inova Fairfax Hospital (Falls Church, Virginia) 890 beds
33. Charlton Memorial Hospital (Fall River, Massachusetts) 889 beds
34. Saint Josephs Hospital (Tampa, Florida) 883 beds
35. Yale Hospital (New Haven, Connecticut) – 879 beds
36. Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas, Texas) 879 beds
37. Baptist Memorial Hospital (Memphis, Tennessee) 872 beds
38. Shands at the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida) 870 beds
39. Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minnesota) 860 beds
40. Memorial Hermann – Texas Medical Center (Houston, Texas) 860 beds
41. Long Island Jewish Medical Center (New Hyde Park, New York) 860 beds
42. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 856 beds
43. Lakeland Regional Medical Center (Lakeland, Florida) 851 beds
44. Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago, Illinois) 848 beds
45. Lehigh Valley Hospital – Cedar Crest (Allentown, Pennsylvania) 845 beds
46. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tennessee) 842 beds
47. Saint Lukes – Roosevelt Hospital Center – Saint Lukes Hospital (New York) 842 beds
48. Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center (Winston – Salem, North Carolina) 840 beds
49. University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview – University Campus (Minneapolis, Minnesota) 834 beds
50. Loma Linda University Medical Center (Loma Linda, California) 823 beds
51. Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center (Brooklyn, New York) 821 beds
52. Edinburg Regional Medical Center (Edinburg, Texas) 816 beds
53. Baptist Medical Center Downtown (Jacksonville, Florida) 815 beds
54. Saint John Hospital and Medical Center (Detroit, Michigan) 812 beds
55. Saint Johns Hospital (Springfield, Missouri) 812 beds
56. Sharp Memorial Hospital (San Diego, California) 812 beds
57. Henrico Doctors Hospital – Forest Campus (Richmond, Virginia) 808 beds
58. Duke University Hospital (Durham, North Carolina) 807 beds
59. New York University Langone Medical Center (New York) 805 beds
60. CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital (Corpus Christi, Texas) 796 beds
61. Hartford Hospital (Hartford, Connecticut) 792 beds
62. Pitt County Memorial Hospital (Greenville, North Carolina) 782 beds
63. Charleston Area Medical Center General Hospital (Charleston, West Virginia) 781 beds
64. Riverside Methodist Hospital (Columbus, Ohio) 781 beds
65. CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital (San Antonio, Texas) 780 beds
66. Willis – Knighton Medical Center (Shreveport, Louisiana) 779 beds
67. North Shore Medical Center (Miami, Florida) 778 beds
68. Baptist Health Medical Center (Little Rock, Arkansas) 775 beds
69. Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital (Roanoke, Virginia) 775 beds
70. Northeast Georgia Medical Center (Gainesville, Georgia) 774 beds
71. University of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore, Maryland) 771 beds
72. Washington Hospital Center (Washington D.C.) 769 beds
73. Community Regional Medical Center (Fresno, California) 767 beds
74. Henry Ford Hospital (Detroit, Michigan) 767 beds
75. Brigham and Womens Hospital (Boston, Massachusetts) 763 beds
76. Via Christi Hospital on Saint Francis (Wichita, Kansas) 759 beds
77. Sutter Memorial Hospital (Sacramento, California) 754 beds
78. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 752 beds
79. Saint Vincent Indianapolis Hospital (Indianapolis, Indiana) 750 beds
80. Saint Francis Hospital (Tulsa, Oklahoma) 743 beds
81. Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester, New York) 739 beds
82. Miami Valley Hospital (Dayton, Ohio) 737 beds
83. Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) 734 beds
83. Mount Carmel West (Columbus, Ohio) 732 beds
84. CJW Medical Center Chippenham Campus (Richmond, Virginia) 731 beds
85. Temple University Hospital (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 730 beds
86. Mission Hospitals – Mission Campus (Asheville, North Carolina) 728 beds
87. Saint Lukes Episcopal Hospital (Houston, Texas) 719 beds
88. Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn, New York) 711 beds
89. Presbyterian Hospital (Albuquerque, New Mexico) 709 beds
90. Ochsner Medical Center (New Orleans, Louisiana) 708 beds
91. Mobile Infirmary Medical Center (Mobile, Alabama) – 704 beds
92. Resurrection Medical Center (Chicago, Illinois) 702 beds
93. Rhode Island Hospital (Providence, Rhode Island) 699 beds
94. Hackensack University Medical Center (Hackensack, New Jersey) 698 beds
95. Rush University Medical Center (Chicago, Illinois) 692 beds
96. UMass Memorial Medical Center – University Campus (Worcester, Massachusetts) 690 beds
97. NCH Downtown Naples Hospital (Naples, Florida) 681 beds
98. Mount Sinai Medical Center (Miami Beach, Florida) 680 beds
99. Cox North (Springfield, Missouri) 678 beds
100. Advocate Christ Medical Center (Oak Lawn, Illinois) 674 beds