The Wealth Of Children's Hospitals

Sep 25, 2011

NAMESTATEREVENUEEXPENSEPROFIT/LOSSP/L %NET ASSETS
Arkansas Children's HospitalAR$513,077,329 $470,218,040 $42,859,289 8.40%$426,098,451
Children's Hospital Of AlabamaAL$488,044,516 $452,668,310 $35,376,206 7.30%$181,590,567
Phoenix Children's HospitalAZ$410,997,658 $408,301,180 $2,696,478 0.01%$237,778,759
Children's Hospital, OaklandCA$443,463,208 $436,614,257 $6,848,951 0.02%$67,043,783
Children's Hospital Central CaliforniaCA$370,396,310 $341,028,245 $29,368,065 7.80%$244,170,208
Children's Hospital Los AngelesCA$546,993,497 $597,085,259 ($50,091,762)-9.00%$757,880,688
Packard Children's Hospital/StanfordCA$772,101,422 $695,454,319 $76,647,103 10.00%$1,068,059,068
Children's Hospital Orange CountyCA$419,642,149 $394,180,765 $25,461,384 6.00%$170,231,578
Rady Children's Hospital San DiegoCA$515,220,872 $453,690,576 $61,530,296 12.00%$313,475,957
Connecticut Children's Medical CenterCT$192,822,160 $185,845,398 $6,976,762 4.00%$87,110,120
Denver Children's HospitalCO$588,534,289 $519,492,727 $69,041,562 11.70%$864,761,908
Children's National Medical CenterDC$730,275,611 $689,441,434 $40,834,177 5.60%$293,989,594
Nemours FoundationDE$662,188,954 $641,555,474 $20,633,480 3.20%$894,886,023
Miami Children's HospitalFL$420,342,520 $391,198,594 $29,143,926 6.90%$333,108,131
All Children's Hospital/St. PetersburgFL$313,176,337 $282,228,191 $30,948,146 9.90%$515,608,877
Egleston Children's Hospital/Emory Univ. 1GA$416,559,232 $349,586,298 $66,972,934 16.00%$498,981,258
Scottish Rite Children's Medical Center 1GA$424,604,329 $361,730,004 $62,874,325 14.90%$704,274,994
Children's Memorial HospitalIL$533,957,494 $539,146,611 ($5,189,117)-0.01%$1,023,696,707
Children's Hospital New OrleansLA$183,982,783 $221,542,644 ($37,559,861)-21%$763,135,302
Children's Hospital BostonMA$1,348,731,678 $1,254,201,376 $94,530,302 7.00%$1,638,338,883
Children's Hospital Of MichiganMI$388,228,888 $368,128,180 $20,100,708 5.00%$621,406,992
Children's Mercy HospitalMO$684,116,645 $655,380,294 $28,736,351 4.20%$439,155,719
Ssm Cardinal Glennon Children's HospitalMO$251,554,901 $234,228,305 $17,326,596 6.70%$367,531,955
Children's Hospitals & ClinicsMN$565,417,744 $543,821,382 $21,596,362 3.90%$466,320,655
Children's Hospital & Medical Center/OmahaNE$239,177,086 $219,812,505 $19,364,581 7.90%$112,978,140
Children's Hospital/AkronOH$434,893,891 $422,861,876 $12,032,015 2.80%$314,793,524
Children's Hospital/CincinnatiOH$1,461,074,989 $1,408,531,167 $52,543,822 3.60%$1,114,489,409
Nationwide Children's Hospital/ColumbusOH$918,711,467 $823,119,485 $95,591,982 10.40%$981,528,631
Children's Medical Center/DaytonOH$197,591,955 $172,021,897 $25,570,058 13.10%$290,946,284
Children's Hospital/Philadelphia 2PA$1,439,522,728 $1,242,304,406 $197,218,322 13.70%$980,459,609
East Tennessee Children's Hospital/KnoxvilleTN$136,190,172 $135,481,435 $708,737 0.01%$118,984,238
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 3TN$551,415,598 $562,751,195 ($11,335,597)-2.00%$1,907,013,413
Children's Medical Center/DallasTX$912,034,106 $830,565,764 $81,468,342 8.90%$996,451,209
Cook Children's Medical Center/Ft. WorthTX$563,749,365 $464,185,111 $99,564,254 17.70%$286,520,620
Driscoll Children's Hospital/Corpus ChristiTX$215,693,875 $186,397,552 $29,296,323 13.40%$155,613,501
Texas Children's Hospital/HoustonTX$1,001,158,792 $957,970,480 $43,188,312 4.30%$2,038,637,976
Children's Hospital/NorfolkVA$262,630,438 $239,080,162 $23,550,276 9.10%$147,905,686
Seattle Children's HospitalWA$707,928,519 $668,033,587 $39,894,932 5.60%$765,812,223
Children's Hospital Of WisconsinWI$588,727,332 $514,234,106 $74,493,226 12.60%$694,988,677
TOTAL:$21,814,930,839 $20,334,118,591 $1,480,812,248 $23,885,759,317
AVERAGE:$559,357,201 $521,387,656 $37,969,545 6.20%$612,455,367

NOTES: Based on hospitals' most recent tax returns; KHN analysis.

Not all children's hospitals file separate tax returns. Most are part of large health care systems, which do not break out financial results.

NET ASSETS are the nonprofit equivalent of the net worth of a for-profit organization: what's left after liabilities are subtracted from the total assets of a non-profit. As such, they are a measure of the wealth an organization accumulates over time. Net assets may include cash and reserves available for current use; reserves that are temporarily unavailable but may be used in the future, and endowments whose use is restricted according to the donor's wishes.

1) Egleston and Scottish Rite hospitals are part of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

2) The profit, or surplus, for Children's Hospital of Philadelphia includes a one-time gain of approximately $100 million for the year ending June 2009.

3) About half of St. Jude's spending went for research.