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RANKED BY TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE


RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S)
OWNERSHIP TYPE LICENSED BEDS / FTEs TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE
PORTLAND METRO
1 OHSU Hospital 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Portland 97239 503.494.8311
Peter Rapp
Public Corporation 560
4,688
$1.0 b
2 Providence St Vincent Medical Ctr 9205 S.W. Barnes Rd.
Portland 97225 503.216.1234
Janice Burger
Church/Nonprofit 451
3,043
$646.9 m
3 Providence Portland Medical Ctr 4805 N.E. Glisan St.
Portland 97213 503.215.1111
Lisa Vance
Church/Nonprofit 483
2,645
$576.6 m
4 Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Hlth Ctr 2801 N. Gantenbein
Portland 97227 503.413.2200
Lori Morgan
Corp./Nonprofit 554
2,361
$453.4 m
5 Legacy Good Samaritan Hosp & Med Ctr 1015 N.W. 22nd Ave.
Portland 97210 503.413.7711
Tony Melaragno
Corp./Nonprofit 539
1,409
$275.8 m
6 Adventist Medical Center 10123 S.E. Market St.
Portland 97216 503.257.2500
Tom Russell
Church/Nonprofit 302
1,451
$247.3 m
7 Tuality Healthcare 335 S.E. 8th Ave.
Hillsboro 97123 503.681.1111
Richard V. Stenson
Manny Berman
Corp./Nonprofit 215
919
$173.0 m
8 Legacy Meridian Park Hospital 19300 S.W. 65th Ave.
Tualatin 97062 503.692.1212
Allyson Anderson
Corp./Nonprofit 150
651
$135.0 m
9 Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center 1500 Division
Oregon City 97045 503.656.1631
Russ Reinhard
Corp./Nonprofit 143
646
$100.9 m
10 Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center 24800 S.E. Stark St.
Gresham 97030 503.674.1122
Gretchen Nichols
Corp./Nonprofit 115
458
$95.6 m
11 Providence Milwaukie Hospital 10150 S.E. 32nd Ave.
Milwaukie 97222 503.513.8300
Theron Park
Church/Nonprofit 77
399
$81.0 m
12 Shriners Hospital for Children 3101 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Portland 97239 503.241.5090
Richard Cagen
Michael Aiona
Non Profit 29
280
$23.5 m
NA Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center 10180 S.E. Sunnyside Rd.
Clackamas 97015 503.652.2880
Susan Mullaney
Corp./Nonprofit 329
1,646
WILLAMETTE VALLEY
1 Salem Hospital 890 Oak St. S.E.
Salem 97301 503.561.5200
Norman Gruber
Corp./Nonprofit 454
3,167
$489.3 m
2 Sacred Heart Medical Center - University District 1255 Hilyard St.
Eugene 97401 541.686.7300
Tim Herrmann
Church/Nonprofit 334
2,140
$481.4 m
3 Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center 3600 N.W. Samaritan Dr.
Corvallis 97330 541.768.5111
Steve Jasperson
Corp./Nonprofit 188
1,388
$263.2 m
4 McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center 1460 G St.
Springfield 97477 541.726.4400
Maurine Cate
Corp./Profit 114
604
$111.6 m
5 Samaritan Albany General Hospital 1046 Sixth Ave. S.W.
Albany 97321 541.812.4000
David Triebes
Corp./Nonprofit 79
641
$99.7 m
6 Silverton Hospital 342 Fairview
Silverton 97381 503.873.1500
Christine Denning
Corp./Nonprofit 49
632
$87.7 m
7 Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend 3333 Riverbend Dr.
Springfield 97477 541.222.7300
Jill Hoggard Green
Church/Nonprofit 104
352
$82.6 m
8 Providence Newberg Hospital 1001 Providence Dr.
Newberg 97132 503.537.1555
Alan Olive
Church/Nonprofit 40
407
$76.7 m
9 Willamette Valley Medical Center 2700 S.E. Stratus Ave.
McMinnville 97128 503.472.6131
Rosemari Davis
Corp./Profit 88
384
$76.0 m
10 Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital 525 N. Santiam Hwy.
Lebanon 97355 541.258.2101
Becky Pape
Corp./Nonprofit 49
482
$72.3 m
11 Santiam Memorial Hospital 1401 N. 10th Ave.
Stayton 97383 503.769.2175
Terry L. Fletchall
Corp./Nonprofit 40
182
$26.8 m
12 West Valley Hospital 525 S.E. Washington St.
Dallas 97338 503.623.8301
Robert Brannigan
Corp./Nonprofit 15
107
$19.2 m
13 Cottage Grove Community Hospital 1515 Village Dr.
Cottage Grove 97424 541.942.0511
Mary Anne McMurreh
Corp./Nonprofit 14
105
$18.0 m



 

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