Powerlist: Hospitals

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Articles - July 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010

RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S)
OWNERSHIP TYPE LICENSED BEDS / FTEs TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE
COAST
1 Bay Area Hospital 1775 Thompson Rd.
Coos Bay 97420 541.269.8111
Paul Janke
Governmental/Dist. 172
824
$130.6 m
2 Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital 930 S.W. Abbey
Newport 97365 541.265.2244
David Bigelow
Corp./Nonprofit 25
432
$60.3 m
3 Peace Harbor Hospital 400 Ninth St.
Florence 97439 541.997.8412
James Barnhart
Church/Nonprofit 21
414
$52.6 m
4 Columbia Memorial Hospital 2111 Exchange St.
Astoria 97103 503.325.4321
Erik Thorsen
Church/Nonprofit 49
290
$52.2 m
5 Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital 3043 N.E. 28th St.
Lincoln City 97367 541.994.3661
Marty Cahill
Governmental/Dist. 25
329
$45.2 m
6 Tillamook County General Hospital 1000 Third St.
Tillamook 97141 503.842.4444
Larry Davy
Governmental/County 49
306
$43.1 m
7 Providence Seaside Hospital 725 S. Wahanna Rd.
Seaside 97138 503.717.7000
Krista Farnham
Church/Nonprofit 56
280
$41.3 m
8 Curry General Hospital 94220 E. Fourth St.
Gold Beach 97444 541.247.6621
William McMillan
Governmental/Dist. 24
165
$22.8 m
9 Lower Umpqua Hospital 600 Ranch Rd.
Reedsport 97467 541.271.2171
Sandra Reese
Governmental/Dist. 49
157
$21.0 m
10 Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center 900 11th St. S.E.
Bandon 97411 541.347.2426
Jim Wathen
Governmental/Dist. 21
122
$16.6 m
11 Coquille Valley Hospital 940 E. Fifth St.
Coquille 97423 541.396.3101
Dennis Zielinski
Governmental/Dist. 25
101
$14.5 m
SOUTHERN
1 Rogue Valley Medical Center 2825 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford 97504 541.789.7000
Kent Brown
Corp./Nonprofit 378
1,535
$313.7 m
2 Mercy Medical Center 2700 Stewart Pkwy.
Roseburg 97471 541.673.0611
Kelly Morgan
Church/Nonprofit 174
910
$156.9 m
3 Sky Lakes Medical Center 2865 Daggett
Klamath Falls 97601 541.882.6311
Paul Stewart
Corp./Nonprofit 176
858
$143.0 m
4 Providence Medford Medical Center 1111 Crater Lake Ave.
Medford 97504 541.732.5000
Tom Hanenburg
Church/Nonprofit 168
814
$139.5 m
5 Three Rivers Comm Hospital 500 S.W. Ramsey
Grants Pass 97527 541.472.7000
Win Howard
Corp./Nonprofit 150
630
$119.1 m
6 Ashland Community Hospital 280 Maple St.
Ashland 97520 541.482.2441
Mark Marchetti
Corp./Nonprofit 49
301
$51.6 m
CENTRAL
1 St Charles Medical Center - Bend 2500 N.E. Neff Rd.
Bend 97701 541.382.4321
Jay Henry
Corp./Nonprofit 261
2,006
$380.5 m
2 Mid-Columbia Medical Center 1700 E. 19th St.
The Dalles 97058 541.296.1111
Duane Francis
Corp./Nonprofit 49
498
$73.4 m
3 St Charles Medical Center - Redmond 1253 N. Canal Blvd.
Redmond 97756 541.548.8131
Patrick Varga
Corp./Nonprofit 48
282
$60.5 m
4 Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital 810 12th St.
Hood River 97031 541.386.3911
Ty Erickson
Corp./Nonprofit 25
304
$57.2 m
5 Mountain View Hospital 470 N.E. A St.
Madras 97741 541.475.3882
Eric Buckland
Governmental/Dist. 36
237
$27.9 m
6 Pioneer Memorial Hospital (Prineville) 1201 N.E. Elm St.
Prineville 97754 541.447.6254
Bob Gomes
Corp./Nonprofit 35
145
$24.1 m
EASTERN
1 Good Shepherd Medical Center 610 N.W. 11th
Hermiston 97838 541.667.3400
Dennis Burke
Corp./Nonprofit 49
429
$64.9 m
2 Holy Rosary Medical Center 351 S.W. Ninth St.
Ontario 97914 541.881.7000
Mark Dalley
Church/Nonprofit 49
361
$57.8 m
3 Grande Ronde Hospital 900 Sunset Dr.
La Grande 97850 541.963.8421
James A. Mattes
Corp./Nonprofit 25
356
$49.1 m
4 St Anthony Hospital 1601 S.E. Court Ave.
Pendleton 97801 541.276.5121
Randy Mee
Church/Nonprofit 49
266
$43.3 m
5 St Elizabeth Health Services 3325 Pocahontas Rd.
Baker City 97814 541.523.6461
Leanne Irsik
Church/Nonprofit 36
168
$27.6 m
6 Blue Mountain Hospital 170 Ford Rd.
John Day 97845 541.575.1311
Robert Houser
Governmental/Dist. 25
141
$16.6 m
7 Wallowa Memorial Hospital 601 Medical Parkway
Enterprise 97828 541.426.3111
David Harman
Governmental/Dist. 25
127
$16.5 m
8 Harney District Hospital 557 W. Washington
Burns 97720 541.573.7281
Jim Bishop
Governmental/Dist. 25
99
$16.2 m
9 Lake District Hospital 700 S. J St.
Lakeview 97630 541.947.2114
Gordon Ensley
Governmental/Dist. 15
126
$13.9 m
10 Pioneer Memorial Hospital (Heppner) 564 E. Pioneer Dr.
Heppner 97836 541.676.9133
Michael Blauer
Governmental/Dist. 21
58
$7.4 m


 

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