Hospitals/Office Buildings November - December 2010




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Largest Hospitals

in Metro Detroit, listed by 2009 revenue

1. Trinity Health Corp.

27870 Cabot Dr., Novi 48377
(248) 489-5004,
www.trinity-health.org
President/CEO: Joseph Swedish
2009 Revenue: $7 billion
2008 Revenue: $6.4 billion
2009 Employees: 13,594
Operations: St. Joseph Mercy Health System; St. Joseph Mercy Oakland; St. Joseph Mercy Livonia; St. Joseph Mercy Livingston; Chelsea Community Hospital; St. Joseph Mercy Saline

2.  Henry Ford Health System

1 Ford Place, Detroit 48202
(800) 436-7936,
www.henryford.com
President/CEO: Nancy Schlichting
2009 Revenue: $4 billion
2008 Revenue: $3.6 billion
2009 Employees: 23,000
Operations: Henry Ford Hospital; Henry Ford West Bloomfield; Henry Ford Kingswood; Henry Ford Macomb — Clinton Township; Henry Ford Macomb — Warren; Henry Ford Wyandotte

3.  Detroit Medical Center

3990 John R, Detroit 48201
(313) 745-1250,
www.dmc.org
President/CEO: Michael Duggan
2009 Revenue: $3.2 billion
2008 Revenue: $2.0 billion
2009 Employees: 11,600
Operations: Children’s Hospital; Harper University; Hutzel Women’s Hospital; Sinai-Grace Hospital

4.  William Beaumont Hospitals

3711 W. 13 Mile Rd., Royal Oak 48073
(248) 898-5000,
www.beaumonthospitals.com
President/CEO : Gene Michalski
2009 Revenue: $2.1 billion
2008 Revenue: $2.06 billion
2009 Employees: 15,275
Operations: Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe; Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak; Beaumont Hospital Troy

5.  St. John Providence Health System

28000 Dequindre Rd., Warren 48092
(866) 501-3627,
www.stjohn.org
President/CEO: Patricia Maryland
2009 Revenue: $2.07 billion
2008 Revenue: $1.9 billion
2009 Employees: 13,000
Operations: St. John Hospital and Medical Center; Providence Hospital; St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital; Providence Park Hospital; Brighton Hospital

6.  University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers

1500 E. Medical Center Dr., Ann Arbor 48109
(734) 936-4000,
www.med.umich.edu
CEO: Douglas Strong
2009 Revenue: $1.8 billion
2008 Revenue: $1.6 billion
2009 Employees: 12,926
Operations: University Hospital; C.S. Mott Chidlren’s Hospital; U-M Cancer Center; Women’s Hospital

7.  Oakwood Healthcare Inc.

1 Parkland Blvd. Suite 1000E, Dearborn 48126
(313) 253-6000,
www.oakwood.org
President/CEO: Brian Connolly
2009 Revenue: $1.1 billion
2008 Revenue: $1.0 billion
2009 Employees: 7,376
Operations: Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center; Oakwood Heritage Hospital; Oakwood Annapolis

8.  Botsford Health Care

28050 Grand River Ave., Farmington Hills 48336
(248) 471-8000,
www.botsford.org
President/CEO: Paul LaCasse
2009 Revenue: $338 million
2008 Revenue: $318 million
2009 Employees: 3,060
Operations: Botsford Hospital; Community EMS

9.  Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center

1000 Harrington Blvd., Mount Clemens 48043
(586) 493-8000,
www.mcrmc.org
President/CEO: Mark O’Halla
2009 Revenue: $278 million
2008 Revenue: $257 million
2009 Employees: 1,463
Operations: Ted B. Wahby Cancer Center; Mat Gaberty Heart Center

10.  Crittenton Hospital Medical Center

1101 W. University Dr., Rochester Hills 48301
(248) 652-5000,
www.crittenton.com
President/CEO: Lynn C. Orfgen
2009 Revenue: $238 million
2008 Revenue: $217 million
2009 Employees: 1,228
Operations: Crittenton Hospital Medical Center

 

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