Prime Healthcare Foundation Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Prime Healthcare Foundation's estimated annual revenue is currently $1.2B per year.(i)
  • Prime Healthcare Foundation's estimated revenue per employee is $386,100

Employee Data

  • Prime Healthcare Foundation has 3177 Employees.(i)
  • Prime Healthcare Foundation grew their employee count by 5% last year.
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Prime Healthcare Services (PHS), which owns and operates 12 acute care hospitals in California , one in Texas and Prime Healthcare Services Foundation owns and operates two nonprofit hospitals,PHS has been ranked by Thomson Reuters as one of the top 10 US health systems and is the only for-profit health system to receive this coveted recognition from the west coast. Thomson Reuters made the announcement of the country’s Top 10 Health Systems today as part of its unprecedented first-time survey of health systems based on hospitals’ clinical performance of quality and efficiency. PHS ranked higher than 242 of its esteemed competitors in nearly every category, most notably surpassing such acclaimed institutions like the Mayo Foundation and the Cleveland Clinic.



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Prime Healthcare Foundation News

2022-04-17 - Fitch Upgrades Prime Healthcare Foundation (CA) Revs to ...

Prime Healthcare Foundation (PHF), headquartered in Ontario, CA, was founded in 2006 by Dr. Prem Reddy, who had previously founded Prime Health...

2022-04-17 - IN THE COURTS: | News, Sports, Jobs

Prime Healthcare Foundation – East Liverpool LLC vs. Medical Mutual of Ohio, damages sought for unpaid reimbursements for patients by...

2022-03-22 - Prime Healthcare Services, Inc. Schedules 2021 4th Quarter ...

It is one of the nation's leading health systems with nearly 50,000 employees and physicians dedicated to providing the highest quality...

2012-11-21 - Can you say loser? Healthcare CEOs who bet on Republicans and lost nearly $500K

The seven healthcare execs who donated $461,644 to the GOP. The biggest loser was Prem Reddy, CEO of Prime Healthcare Services in California, who donated $140,600. In fact, Reddy spent more than twice as much as the next CEO who proved his smarts by donating to the Democrats instead — Paul Diaz ...

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