Hudson Regional Hospital Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Overview

Location:
Secaucus, NJ USA
Total Funding:N/A
Founded:2018
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Hudson Regional Hospital's estimated annual revenue is currently $35.6M per year.
  • Hudson Regional Hospital's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Hudson Regional Hospital has 132 Employees.
  • Hudson Regional Hospital grew their employee count by 10% last year.
  • Hudson Regional Hospital currently has 15 job openings.
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Tronex Company
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$15.1M562%N/A-N/A
Managed Health ...
$69.9M259N/AN/A-N/A
Friends Village...
$15.1M56-3%N/A-N/A
The PromptCare ...
$32.7M1216%N/A-N/A
EMR Workforce C...
$1.4M5N/AN/A5/5N/A
Holy Name Medic...
$524.3M1942N/AN/A-N/A
ConnectiveRx
$143.9M53321%N/A-N/A
Promantra
$48.3M179N/AN/A-N/A
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132

Number of Employees

$35.6M

Revenue (est)

15

Current Jobs

10%

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Hudson Regional Hospital News

24-Aug-19 - Open Public Meeting At Secaucus Hospital Thursday

22 at 3 p.m., Hudson Regional Hospital will be hosting a public community meeting in its GME Room at 55 Meadowlands Parkway in Secaucus ...

12-Sep-19 - Hudson Regional Hospital Is First to Offer Hitachi Oasis 1.2T High-Field Open MRI in the New York Metro Area - Press Release

Hudson Regional Hospital is the only hospital in New Jersey with a high-field open MRI that is in-network for most patients with health ...

12-Sep-19 - Vaping: Milford Regional Hospital and MetroWest Medical Center report health problems

Some MetroWest hospitals are seeing health problems connected to vaping. Bans aren't the solution, according to some doctors and school ...