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The Economic Contribution of Floridas Hospitals An Analysis Performed by CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH College of Business Administration 1101 Channelside Dr., 2nd Floor N., Tampa, Florida 33602 Office: (813) 905-5854 or Fax: (813) 905-5856 March 2005

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i Table of Contents Preface........................................................................................................................ .....................ii Executive Summary.............................................................................................................. .........iii I. Introduction ............................................................................................................. ..................1 II. Economic Contribution of Operating Expenditures...................................................................4 III. Economic Contribution of Spending by Hospital Employees...................................................6 IV. Economic Contributions by County..........................................................................................8 V. Conclusions................................................................................................................ ..............11 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals...........................................................................................................12 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-Time Em ployee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002............................................................................................................................... ......18 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Fu ll-Time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002............................................................................................23

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ii Preface The Florida Hospital Association (FHA) is a statewide organization representing the interests of hospitals and health care systems. The FHA provides advocacy before the state legislature, Congress, state, and federal regulatory agencies, and the court system. This study was commissioned by the FHA and performed by the Center for Economic Development Research, College of Business Admi nistration, University of South Florida. The purpose of the report is to quantify the economic contribution to Florida by hospitals in the state. The Center for Economic Development Research provides information and conducts research on issues related to economic growth and development in the Nation, in the state of Florida, and particularly in the central Florida region. The Center serves the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Business Admi nistration, the University, and individuals and organizations in the Tampa Bay region and statewide. Activities of the Center for Economic Development Research are designed to further the objectives of the University and specifically the objectives of the College of Business Administration. Robert Anderson, Dean, College of Business Administration (COBA), USF Dennis G. Colie, Director, Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR), COBA, USF, Economist and Principal Investigator Alexander A. McPherson, Research Associate, CEDR, COBA, USF March 2005 (Revised)

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iii Executive Summary This study quantifies the economic contribution to the state by Florida hospitals. Specifically, we examine the quantifiable economic effects of operational expenditures and payroll for Floridas hospitals. Because of the circulation of funds within the states economy, the overall contribution of the spending activities is a multiple of the initial, or first round, of spending. The overall impact is measured by employment, labor income, and production. The data used in the estimation are from fiscal year 2002. The quantifiable contribution is interpreted as Florida hospitals expected annual economic contribution to the state. The quantifiable economic contributions of the 222 Florida hospitals to the state of Florida are: Jobs. Florida hospitals contribute 432,116 jobs in the state. There are 214,393 employee positions within Florida hospitals, plus 217,723 more jobs are created in the state as a result of the hospitals economic activities. The employment multiplier is 2.02 that is, for every 100 jobs in Florida hospitals, the state gains another 102 jobs outside the hospitals. Labor Income. Florida hospitals contribute $16 billion ($16,130,693,244) of labor income for workers in the state. Florida hospitals annual payroll is more than $8.9 billion ($8,908,904,071) for employees, plus over $7.2 billion ($7,221,789,173) is earned annually by workers in the other 217,723 jobs created in the state as a result of the hospitals economic activities. The labor income multiplier is 1.81 that is, for every $100 paid by Florida hospitals to their employees $81 of additional income is created for other workers throughout the state. Health Care Output. In 2002, Florida hospitals had millions of patient-admissions, outpatient, and emergency room visits. This is the hospitals health care output. We are unable to place a dollar value on this output. Pecuniary Output. The workers in the 432,116 jobs created in the state as a result of Florida hospitals economic activities, produced goods and services valued at $30 billion ($30,231,585,730). Of these $30 billion worth of goods and services produced in Florida, the states hospitals were directly responsible for purchases totaling almost $12.7 billion ($12,689,713,348) for operations. The output multiplier is 1.40 that is, for every $100 in hospital spending for goods, services and payroll, another $40 of output is produced to accommodate the ripple effect throughout the state. County Contributions. Fifty-eight of Floridas 67 counties have at least one hospital. MiamiDade County has the most with 26 hospitals. All of the hospitals contribute to the jobs, income, and production within the counties where they are located. However, due to differing commercial structures in these counties, the range of county economic contributions varies widely. The Florida-county Employment Multipliers range from a high of 2.11 (Miami-Dade) to a low of 1.17 (Gadsden). The Florida-county Labor Income Multipliers range from a high of 1.88 (Miami-Dade) to a low of 1.10 (Union).

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1 I. Introduction This study quantifies the economic contribution to the state by the 222 Florida hospitals. If these hospitals closed, or even if their spending activities decreased, there would be a loss of jobs, income, and production within the state. This study estimates the loss if the hospitals were closed and all their employees left the state. In terms of economic impact analysis, this quantifiable estimate of theoretical loss is the economic contribution to the state of Florida by its hospitals. Specifically, we examine the quantifiable economic effects of operational expenditures and payroll for Floridas hospitals. Because of the ci rculation of economic activity within the states economy, the overall impact of the spending activities is a multiple of the initial, or first round, of spending. That is, there are links among the various commercial elements of Floridas economy. Through these links, second and subsequent rounds of spending occur following the initial expenditures by Floridas hospitals. For example, when a hospital purchases locally produced milk, the dairy, in turn, must spend a portion of the funds received from the hospital to hire workers, buy milking machines, and pay for veterinary services. The first round, or initial, spending produces a direct effect on the states economy. The economic effects of subsequent spending by businesses, such as the purchase of milking machines and veterinary services, are called the indirect effects. And, workers spending, which becomes possible due to their incomes motivated by first round expenditures, leads to induced effects. So it goes, round by round, with the initial spending by the hospital having a multiple effect on employment, income, and production within the state. These rounds of spending continue within the state until the initial expenditures that were made by Floridas hospitals leak out of the states economy. Leaks occur due to taxes, savings, and spending for goods and services produced outside of Florida. In this study, we estimate the contribution of annual spending by hospitals in Florida. The contribution is measured by employment, labor income, and output. The data used in the estimates are from Fiscal Year (FY) 2002. The contribution on employment is measured in terms of jobs. Labor income, which is aggregated from all sources, including employment income and proprietors income, is denominated in 2002 dollars. Output, akin to sales, is measured in 2002 dollars. These are three measurements of the same phenomenon similar to weight, density, and shape being different ways to measure the same solid object. Although the focus of this study is the quantifiabl e economic effects of Floridas hospitals on the state, we recognize the expenditures and the multiplier effects are only the monetary contribution of statewide hospital care. Florida hospitals had millions of admissions, outpatient, and emergency room visits during 2002. We cannot put a dollar value on the medical benefits to patients treated at Florida hospitals. However, we point out that the care received by patients results in improved health status and well being. Patients with improved health and functionality become more productive citizens.

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2 Florida hospitals not only provide planned and emergency medical care for residents of their communities, but also are typically one of the larger employers in their communities. Having a hospital in a community is also an important factor for businesses looking to relocate in the area. Floridas hospital leaders and staff actively serve on boards of community organizations and volunteer their time and resources in support of community activities. Health, blood pressure and cholesterol screening are common among many hospital community health programs. Many hospitals in Florida also partner with civic orga nizations for a variety of programs. Other common hospital partners include physicians, and local medical societies, community leaders, public health departments, as well as education leaders and school boards. A number of Florida hospitals also conduct training for allied health professionals as well as provide educational support for local colleges and universities. In this analysis, we only include operating expenses and payroll and exclude non-operating expenditures so that our quantifiable estimate of Florida hospitals economic contribution may be measured and understood as an annual occurrence. That is, as long as the hospitals doors remain open, the quantifiable contribution will continue year to year. We use the expenditure approach to analyze the economic contribution due to hospital operating expenditures. This approach uses expenses as a proxy for output generated as a result of hospital operations. Florida hospitals total operating and non-operating expenses for FY 2002 were $22,996,533,603. Not all hospitals reported operating and non-operating expenses separately. But, for those hospitals that did report non-operating expenses separately, an average of 6.08% of reported total operating and non-operating expenses were for non-operating expenditures. Thus, we estimate total operating expenses for all hospitals in FY 2002 to be $21,598,617,419. Also, during fiscal year 2002, $8,908,904,071 was paid for wages and salaries and included in total operating expenses. Hence, FY 2002 total operating expenses, excluding spending for wages and salaries, was $12,689,713,348. The economic contribution to the state attr ibutable to this spending is explained in Section II of this report. The economic contribution to the state of Florida attributable to the hospitals 214,393 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs and aggregate payroll of $8.9 billion is explained in Section III of this report. We also analyze the economic contributions to the counties in which the hospitals are located. The contributions by county are described in Section IV of this report. Similar to the analysis of the total effect of all hospitals in the state, we use the expenditure approach to analyze the contributions due hospital operating expenditures in each county. The conclusions of the study are presented in Section V.

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3 II. Economic Contribution of Operating Expenses This section explains the economic contribution within the state of Florida of hospital operating expenses, excluding salaries. Contributions due to hospital employees salaries are explained in the next section of this report. The sum of Florida hospitals operating and non-operating expenses in FY 2002 was $22,996,533,603. About 6.08% of this amount, or $1,397,916,184, was non-operating expenses. Operating expenses of all hospitals in Florida, excluding salaries, was $12,689,713,348. However, not all of these funds were spent in Florida. The IMPLANTM model contains Regional Purchase Coefficients (RPCs) for each industry in a regions economy. The RPC is used to distinguish between an amount locally spent for goods and services and an amount spent for imported goods and services. From the model, we observe that Florida hospitals spent about 78.5% of operating expenses, excluding salaries, on goods and services produced in Florida. The remainder is spent to import goods and services from outside of Florida. The hospitals purchase of goods and services produced in Florida has a multiplicative effect within the state. The total effect or econom ic contribution is the sum of direct, indirect, and induced spending. This contribution is measurable in terms of employment, labor income, and output. In this analysis of operating expenses, we use the expenditure approach. This approach assumes that the value of a hospitals output approximately equals the expenditures required to produce the output. Thus, we enter expenditures into the IMPLANTM model to proxy for output. Table 1 on page 5 shows the contribution of Florida hospitals operating expenditures to the states economy. About 331,505 jobs in Florida depend on Florida hospital spending for goods and services, of which about 214,393 persons are directly employed by the hospitals. Annually, workers in these 331,505 jobs earn over $12.88 billion in labor income, while producing output valued at almost $20.96 billion. Second and subsequent rounds of spending by businesses, as a result of the direct effects of spending for Florida-produced goods and servi ces, contribute 47,318 more jobs and provide workers in those jobs with over $1.74 million of labor income. These rounds of spending increase output of goods and services in the state by another $4.63 billion. The increase in labor income, due to the direct and indirect effects of Florida hospitals spending for goods and services produced in Florida, induces further spending. Induced spending supports another 69,794 jobs, which provide another $2.23 million in income, and add $6.37 billion to output. In summary, the total contribution of Florida hospitals operating expenditures, excluding salaries, to the states economy is approximately 331,505 jobs including the direct employment of 214,393 persons by the hospitals. Workers in these jobs receive over $12.88 billion of income for

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4 producing in excess of $20.95 billion in output each year. The secondary effects (indirect and induced) of this contribution to the economy ar e distributed among the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) sectors shown in Table 1.1 The primary benefit of the hospitals economic activity from an Employment perspective is to firms in the Retail Trade sector of Floridas economy. The Retail Trade sector adds 15,518 jobs with labor income over $390 million. Workers in the added jobs in the Retail Trade sector produce output valued at almost $860 million. From a labor income perspective, workers in the Health and Social Services sector of Floridas economy benefit most. The 13,704 additional jobs created in this sector earn almost $539 million while producing additional output valued at over $999 million. The Real Estate and Rental sector of Floridas economy benefits mo st in terms of quantity of output produced. The 9,371 workers added in the Real Estate and Rentals sector earn over $212 million in labor income while producing output valued at almost $1.35 billion. 1 The North American Industry Classification Syst em (NAICS) has replaced the Standard Industry Classification (SIC) system. NAICS was developed join tly by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to provide new comparability in statistics about business activity across North America.

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5 NAICS Sector Labor Income Output Agriculture, Forestry, Fish & Hunting633.4 jobs11,948,727 $ 43,861,208 $ Mining148.9 4,494,697 27,876,022 Utilities568.9 60,749,228 284,830,560 Construction1,550.7 57,960,928 125,852,784 Manufacturing3,877.7 204,506,144 816,660,864 Wholesale Trade4,611.1 247,867,376 618,611,840 Transportation & Warehousing4,965.8 220,508,304 444,390,752 Retail Trade15,514.6 390,070,912 859,470,464 Information1,941.4 108,700,832 387,582,304 Finance & Insurance7,398.8 362,792,768 1,078,471,040 Real Estate & Rental9,368.8 212,334,960 1,345,987,072 Professional Scientific & Technical Service s 9,571.9 501,009,184 820,164,352 Management of Companies1,858.0 128,313,016 270,991,616 Administrative & Waste Services14,909.0 375,227,264 679,015,104 Educational Services1,924.5 51,415,676 95,515,952 Health & Social Services13,701.4 538,473,472 998,831,104 Arts Entertainment & Recreation2,274.2 55,735,076 127,122,504 Accomodation & Food Services12,009.1 204,022,224 517,519,744 Other Services9,018.4 182,418,448 436,480,224 Government & non-NAICS1,240.0 56,389,524 1,011,923,456 Florida Hospitals214,393.2 8,908,904,071 9,955,487,744 Total Florida Contribution331,479.8 jobs12,883,842,831 $ 20,946,646,710 $ Employment Contribution of Hospitals' Operations to Florida's Economy Table 1 Note: The non-NAICS portion of th e NAICS Sector titled Government and non-NAICS includes values and adjustments for non-classifiable areas of the economy. These areas include noncomparabl e imports, scrap, used and secondhand goods, an adjustment for balance w ith the rest of the world, an inventory valuation adjustment, and a value for owner-occupied dwellings.

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6 III. Economic Contribution of Spending by Hospital Employees In this section, we explain the economic contribution to Florida due to spending by the employees of Floridas 222 hospitals. During FY 2002, the hospitals employed the equivalent of 214,393 full-time workers and paid a total of $8,908,904,071 in wages and salaries to these employees. We estimate that this employment income generated $1,207,999,312 in tax liabilities.2 After paying taxes out of their total labor income, the employees had $7,700,904,759 in spending power, called personal disposable income. How that money is spent depends upon the level of household income. To model the spending patterns of the hospital employees, we assume that they are within the medium household income level.3 The employees provide a contribution to the states economy when they spend their disposable income to buy goods and services that are produced in Florida. The total contribution is the sum of direct, indirect, and induced spending. This c ontribution is measurable in terms of increased employment, labor income, and output. Table 2 on page 7 shows the contribution of Florida hospitals employee spending to Floridas economy. About 100,636 jobs within Florida, in addition to the 214,393 full-time equivalent jobs at the hospitals, benefit from Florida hospitals employment payroll. Annually, the workers in these 100,636 jobs earn almost $3.25 billion of income, while producing an output valued at approximately $9.28 billion. About $2.49 billion of the hospital employees $7.70 billion disposable income is spent for items that are categorized as Institutions. A common characteristic of items in this category is that no local productive capacity is used to produce the output that the disposable income purchases. The category includes items for domestic trade and foreign trade, saving or investment in capital stock, an item for depletion or additions to i nventory, and spending for fees, fines, or other payments to the local, state, and federal government. Institutional spending represents leakages from a regional economy and are not included in Table 2. The total contribution of Florida hospitals payroll to the states economy is distributed among broadly defined statewide business sectors as shown in Table 2 below. The primary benefit of this economic activity from an Employment perspective goes to firms in the Retail Trade sector of Floridas economy. The Retail Trade sector adds 21,534 jobs with labor income almost $541 2 The 2003 Florida Statistical Abstract is the basis for a disposable income factor of 0.8644 of labor income. The Abstract is published by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611. 3 We do not have data about the household incomes of the employees. However, we note that average personal disposable income per FTE is $35,919, i. e. $8,908,904,071 multiplied by 0. 8644 divided by 214,393.2 FTEs. We used the IMPLAN $35k-50k annual income bracket, which is a medium bracket.

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7 million. Workers in the added jobs in the Retail Trade sector produce output valued at over $1.19 billion. From a labor income perspective, other workers in the Health and Social Services sector of Floridas economy benefit most. The 18,117 additional jobs created in this sector earn almost $746 million while producing the highest value of output, valued at over $1.36 billion. NAICS Sector Labor Income Output Agriculture, Forestry, Fish & Hunting717.6 jobs13,262,448 $ 50,256,112 $ Mining88.8 1,713,669 16,405,676 Utilities435.1 46,220,516 216,875,040 Construction690.3 25,893,432 59,976,864 Manufacturing2,103.7 94,358,792 441,887,520 Wholesale Trade4,038.4 217,081,280 541,777,856 Transportation & Warehousing2,782.2 109,024,552 273,332,864 Retail Trade21,534.0 540,813,376 1,192,884,352 Information1,676.0 92,167,000 345,587,552 Finance & Insurance6,179.3 307,582,976 988,088,768 Real Estate & Rental4,798.9 109,341,656 667,080,896 Professional Scientific & Technical Service s 4,470.2 221,292,080 367,972,864 Management of Companies700.8 48,396,272 102,210,864 Administrative & Waste Services4,339.7 112,580,144 218,853,168 Educational Services1,923.0 50,516,032 95,393,968 Health & Social Services18,117.4 745,885,184 1,363,012,480 Arts Entertainment & Recreation2,570.2 63,133,060 146,503,584 Accomodation & Food Services13,093.6 219,435,040 556,534,336 Other Services9,475.1 187,271,040 432,002,304 Government & non-NAICS902 40,881,864 1,208,301,952 Total Florida Contribution100,636.2 jobs3,246,850,413 $ 9,284,939,020 $ Note: The non-NAICS portion of the NAICS Sector titled Government and non-NAICS includes values and adjustments for non-classifiable areas of the economy. These areas include noncomparable imports, scrap, used and secondhand goods, an adjustment for balance with the rest of the world, an inventory valuation adjustment, and a value for owner-occupied dwellings.Employment Contribution of Hospitals' Payrolls to Florida's Economy Table 2

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8 IV. Economic Contribution by County In this section, we explain the economic contributions by Floridas hospitals to the county in which they are located. Fifty-eight of Florid as 67 counties are represented by at least one hospital that is included in the data set. Thirty-eight counties have more than one hospital in the data set. The county data are used to estimate employment, labor income, and output created within a county by the economic activities of its hospital(s). The employment results are shown in Table 3A the labor income results are shown in Table 3B and the output results are shown in Table 3C Table 3A on page 10 shows the number of hospital jobs in each county in the column labeled Hospital Employment Additional jobs created within a county are shown in the columns labeled Employment Contribution due to Hospital Operations and Employment Contribution due to Payroll The column labeled Total Employment includes all jobs related to the hospitals presence in a particular county. Miami-Dade County, with its 26 hospitals, leads all other counties in this measure of economic activity and contribution. Table 3B on page 11 shows the aggregate payroll for hospital workers in the column labeled Hospital Payroll Additional labor income created within a county is shown in the columns labeled Labor Income Contribution due to Hospital Operations and Labor Income Contribution due to Payroll The column labeled Total Labor Income Contribution includes all labor income as a result of the hospitals presence in a particular county. Table 3C on page 12 shows total hospital operating expenditures in the column labeled Hospital Operating Expenditures Additional output created within a county is shown in the columns labeled Output Contribution due to Hospital Expenditures and Output Contribution due to Payroll The column labeled Total Output Contribution includes all output produced in a county as a result of the hospitals presence. To provide relative measures of economic contribution, we calculate and report in the tables a Multiplier for each measure of contribution: Employment Labor Income and Output for each county. The employment multiplier is found by dividing the Total Employment Contribution by Hospital Employment. For example, the Employment Multiplier for Miami-Dade County is 2.11, i.e. [72,884/34,558]. The interpretation is that for every 100 jobs in Miami-Dade hospitals, the county adds another 111 jobs outside of the hospitals. The Labor Income Multiplier is found by dividing the Total Labor Income by Hospital Payroll. For example, the Labor Income Multiplier for Hillsborough County is 1.86, i.e. [$1,098,901,211/$592,019,108]. The interpretation is that for every $100 paid by hospitals in Hillsborough County to their employees, $86 of additional income is created for other workers in Hillsborough County.

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9 The Output Multiplier is found by dividing the Total Output by the total of recurring Hospital Operating Expenses and Payroll. For example, the Output Multiplier for Alachua County is 1.27, i.e. [$869,932,445/($420,020,382+$265,552,513)]. The interpretation is that for every $100 spent on goods and services and on payroll by hospitals in Alachua County, $27 of additional goods and services are sold in the county. The Florida-county Employment Multipliers range from a high of 2.11 (Miami-Dade) to a low of 1.17 (Gadsden). The Florida-county Labor Income Multipliers range from a high of 1.88 (MiamiDade) to a low of 1.10 (Union). Similarly, the Fl orida-county Output Multipliers range from a high of 1.53 (Miami-Dade) to a low of 0.37 (Levy).4 The relative size of the multipliers is a function of each countys commercial links. The county with more industries providing commercial links, i.e. sales/purchase activities, among its industries will tend to have higher multipliers than a county with fewer industries, and thus, fewer commercial links. In summary, 58 of Floridas 67 counties have at least one hospital. Miami-Dade County has the most with 26 hospitals. All of the hospitals contribute to the jobs, labor income, and output within the counties where they are located. However, due to differing commercial structures in these counties, the range of county economic contribution is wide. 4 An Output Multiplier less than 1 indicates that less th an the total amount of spending is being produced in the local region to satisfy the total demand generated by th e hospital operating expenditures and payroll. This is due in part to a very low Regional Purchase Coefficient for th e particular industry in the ar ea of analysis. Also, household purchases tend to include a relatively high proportion of items imported to the region.

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10 County Hospital Employment Employment Contribution due to Hospital Operations Employment Contribution due to Payroll Total Employment Contribution Employment Multiplier Alachua 6529.43931.12756.613217.12.02 Baker 1307.982.5183.01573.41.20 Bay 2500.91212.6906.04619.51.85 Bradford 146.917.334.4198.61.35 Brevard 6469.12754.42414.711638.21.80 Broward 19667.85234.98639.133541.81.71 Calhoun 50.03.69.963.51.27 Charlotte 2124.61145.1662.23931.91.85 Citrus 1250.1305.4352.41907.91.53 Clay 859.1246.1323.81429.01.66 Collier 3939.3697.9930.05567.21.41 Columbia 605.6247.7197.31050.61.73 Desoto 804.077.0122.91003.91.25 Duval 13396.37842.25953.827192.32.03 Escambia 5238.03302.72165.010705.72.04 Flagler 287.833.973.6395.31.37 Franklin 50.23.411.965.51.30 Gadsden 2540.2127.9316.22984.31.17 Hamilton 78.64.812.395.71.22 Hardee 97.720.119.3137.11.40 Hendry 158.620.128.2206.91.30 Hernando 1426.3491.9405.62323.81.63 Highlands 1091.1538.7358.41988.21.82 Hillsborough 14308.68983.06628.829920.42.09 Holmes 79.53.810.493.71.18 Indian River 1551.7610.9511.92674.51.72 Jackson 454.278.8105.2638.21.41 Lake 2956.21098.11056.55110.81.73 Lee 4618.4702.81714.77035.91.52 Leon 3746.61391.51491.36629.41.77 Levy 76.55.612.594.61.24 Madison 154.512.328.2195.01.26 Manatee 2304.9602.8682.53590.21.56 Marion 3078.2562.41082.74723.31.53 Martin 1893.1430.0659.52982.61.58 Miami-Dade 34557.621836.716489.772884.02.11 Monroe 773.7180.1219.61173.41.52 Nassau 289.421.562.0372.91.29 Okaloosa 1715.5622.1571.02908.61.70 Okeechobee 366.8120.6106.2593.61.62 Orange 20360.49567.29047.938975.51.91 Osceola 761.9352.9298.91413.71.86 Palm Beach 13206.24631.84974.222812.21.73Pasco 2920.8945.0916.54782.31.64 Pinellas 11795.97373.85620.224789.92.10 Polk 5979.02672.12331.210982.31.84 Putnam 450.777.496.9625.01.39 Santa Rosa 526.677.2109.3713.11.35 Sarasota 4625.92489.61829.88945.31.93 Seminole 691.2199.9267.81158.91.68 St Johns 1140.4145.6305.51591.51.40 St Lucie 1732.9760.0653.03145.91.82 Suwannee 118.59.226.9154.61.30Table 3A Employment Contribution of Florida Hospitals by County

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11 CountyHospital Payroll Labor Income Contribution due to Hospital Operations Labor Income Contribution due to Payroll Total Labor Income Contribution Labor Income Multiplier Alachua $265,552,513$363,029,255$70,924,066$433,953,3211.63 Baker $36,184,001$38,067,353$3,894,375$41,961,7281.16 Bay $83,283,168$115,445,948$24,663,727$140,109,6751.68 Bradford $6,255,458$6,687,612$790,910$7,478,5221.20 Brevard $256,996,619$333,779,990$66,517,481$400,297,4711.56 Broward $906,155,771$1,084,760,429$281,368,346$1,366,128,7751.51 Calhoun $1,910,058$1,996,223$214,349$2,210,5721.16 Charlotte $80,976,686$114,107,364$19,055,815$133,163,1791.64 Citrus $42,560,492$49,948,712$8,739,027$58,687,7391.38 Clay $40,256,061$46,290,038$8,012,369$54,302,4071.35 Collier $125,197,783$151,289,739$32,316,350$183,606,0891.47 Columbia $23,807,643$30,312,385$5,062,504$35,374,8891.49 Desoto $22,134,686$24,088,053$3,001,840$27,089,8931.22 Duval $550,464,584$806,009,089$188,613,451$994,622,5401.81 Escambia $193,288,337$282,455,302$58,315,516$340,770,8181.76 Flagler $12,278,310$13,172,540$1,782,045$14,954,5851.22 Franklin $1,729,596$1,810,206$272,785$2,082,9911.20 Gadsden $68,664,761$72,065,316$7,267,961$79,333,2771.16 Hamilton $3,202,692$3,307,099$236,188$3,543,2871.11 Hardee $3,879,000$4,394,780$466,241$4,861,0211.25 Hendry $5,403,131$5,878,552$625,886$6,504,4381.20 Hernando $53,890,082$67,228,304$10,611,795$77,840,0991.44 Highlands $42,481,830$56,130,136$9,347,267$65,477,4031.54 Hillsborough $592,019,108$888,409,931$210,491,280$1,098,901,2111.86 Holmes $2,586,622$2,687,681$250,562$2,938,2431.14 Indian River $60,658,574$78,428,504$14,636,054$93,064,5581.53 Jackson $15,636,203$17,422,142$2,442,112$19,864,2541.27 Lake $125,003,175$155,165,043$29,339,957$184,505,0001.48 Lee $202,440,030$225,872,152$53,059,639$278,931,7911.38 Leon $155,837,775$193,641,175$40,456,733$234,097,9081.50 Levy $2,023,541$2,141,127$225,848$2,366,9751.17 Madison $4,653,700$4,914,152$555,223$5,469,3751.18 Manatee $89,719,089$109,706,857$20,619,393$130,326,2501.45 Marion $123,009,780$138,745,812$29,488,409$168,234,2211.37 Martin $81,219,603$94,218,921$20,109,945$114,328,8661.41 Miami-Dade $1,518,022,238$2,292,058,878$557,063,499$2,849,122,3771.88 Monroe $33,268,510$39,062,246$6,808,648$45,870,8941.38 Nassau $11,927,304$12,564,924$1,673,781$14,238,7051.19 Okaloosa $63,172,353$79,158,884$14,702,003$93,860,8871.49 Okeechobee $13,828,722$17,085,526$2,778,448$19,863,9741.44 Orange $852,250,137$1,180,081,297$298,810,258$1,478,891,5551.74 Osceola $35,808,906$45,555,598$8,070,269$53,625,8671.50 Palm Beach $576,389,070$752,281,442$177,088,751$929,370,1931.61 Pasco$123,464,565$147,568,022$23,854,272$171,422,2941.39 Pinellas $509,453,971$743,123,625$173,047,139$916,170,7641.80 Polk $233,543,443$311,393,526$66,616,928$378,010,4541.62 Putnam $16,945,438$18,616,648$2,167,539$20,784,1871.23 Santa Rosa $18,871,270$20,635,654$2,469,467$23,105,1211.22 Sarasota $196,518,378$275,538,572$58,075,128$333,613,7001.70 Seminole $32,340,710$38,967,221$8,360,196$47,327,4171.46 St Johns $45,116,807$49,476,767$8,625,890$58,102,6571.29 St Lucie $76,911,676$97,931,764$18,508,633$116,440,3971.51 Suwannee $4,735,702$4,970,997$662,379$5,633,3761.19Table 3B Labor Income Contribution of Florida Hospitals by County

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12 County Hospital Operating Expenditures Output Contribution due to Hospital ExpendituresHospital Payroll Output Contribution due to Payroll Total Output Contribution Output Multiplier Alachua $420,020,382$661,009,563$265,552,513$208,922,882$869,932,4451.27 Baker $21,769,140$25,517,790$36,184,001$13,727,268$39,245,0570.68 Bay $129,530,919$207,825,195$83,283,168$69,706,491$277,531,6851.30 Bradford $5,597,620$4,830,323$6,255,458$2,563,281$7,393,6040.62 Brevard $338,295,902$511,926,495$256,996,619$190,077,177$702,003,6721.18 Broward $1,197,448,711$1,015,392,780$906,155,771$795,356,932$1,810,749,7120.86 Calhoun $2,050,379$1,094,712$1,910,058$721,645$1,816,3570.46 Charlotte $151,765,018$228,559,357$80,976,686$54,875,977$283,435,3341.22 Citrus $66,084,464$59,916,012$42,560,492$25,017,764$84,933,7760.78 Clay $69,555,480$46,982,674$40,256,061$24,660,742$71,643,4170.65 Collier $194,326,934$164,027,699$125,197,783$86,713,455$250,741,1550.78 Columbia $37,086,724$52,882,699$23,807,643$15,489,936$68,372,6351.12 Desoto $18,672,460$22,756,389$22,134,686$9,552,826$32,309,2150.79 Duval $815,983,292$1,439,463,932$550,464,584$539,323,280$1,978,787,2131.45 Escambia $317,407,472$532,219,123$193,288,337$166,613,645$698,832,7681.37 Flagler $19,322,691$8,233,475$12,278,310$5,910,749$14,144,2240.45 Franklin $1,776,005$772,041$1,729,596$880,371$1,652,4120.47 Gadsden $65,152,410$39,652,897$68,664,761$24,502,899$64,155,7960.48 Hamilton $3,341,882$1,726,169$3,202,692$933,329$2,659,4980.41 Hardee $6,174,337$5,968,805$3,879,000$1,580,907$7,549,7120.75 Hendry $7,072,828$5,025,418$5,403,131$2,029,558$7,054,9760.57 Hernando $97,173,850$107,120,484$53,890,082$32,053,050$139,173,5340.92 Highlands $70,454,426$101,201,507$42,481,830$27,241,000$128,442,5071.14 Hillsborough $901,363,061$1,620,551,107$592,019,108$595,917,923$2,216,469,0301.48 Holmes $2,295,708$1,446,958$2,586,622$821,707$2,268,6650.46 Indian River $95,780,081$127,129,795$60,658,574$42,446,528$169,576,3221.08 Jackson $16,032,684$17,545,481$15,636,203$7,392,978$24,938,4590.79 Lake $154,071,723$221,094,345$125,003,175$85,214,310$306,308,6551.10 Lee $303,292,411$142,424,440$202,440,030$150,696,883$293,121,3230.58 Leon $168,733,085$255,711,792$155,837,775$115,158,416$370,870,2081.14 Levy $3,772,669$1,329,386$2,023,541$835,358$2,164,7440.37 Madison $3,243,775$3,520,786$4,653,700$1,880,669$5,401,4550.68 Manatee $149,197,721$129,482,694$89,719,089$59,479,640$188,962,3340.79 Marion $179,138,089$105,200,058$123,009,780$87,176,281$192,376,3390.64 Martin $85,454,159$85,429,143$81,219,603$56,629,617$142,058,7600.85 Miami-Dade $2,150,039,327$4,045,425,466$1,518,022,238$1,567,265,946$5,612,691,4121.53 Monroe $48,806,944$44,092,218$33,268,510$20,635,746$64,727,9630.79 Nassau $13,679,516$6,640,034$11,927,304$5,582,917$12,222,9510.48 Okaloosa $101,349,438$114,137,504$63,172,353$43,949,613$158,087,1170.96 Okeec hobee $21,619,851$27,935,969$13,828,722$8,025,017$35,960,9861.01 Orange $1,004,158,552$1,789,455,732$852,250,137$831,744,576$2,621,200,3081.41 Osceola $62,354,613$75,748,920$35,808,906$23,719,124$99,468,0441.01 Palm Beach$882,277,267$992,165,049$576,389,070$502,908,577$1,495,073,6261.02 Pasco $232,356,926$197,967,697$123,464,565$70,243,197$268,210,8940.75 Pinellas $782,610,000$1,281,632,826$509,453,971$498,391,767$1,780,024,5931.38 Polk $293,506,572$480,001,831$233,543,443$193,049,303$673,051,1341.28 Putnam $30,609,447$52,603,898$16,945,438$7,034,977$59,638,8751.25 Santa Rosa $20,242,645$16,467,481$18,871,270$8,302,678$24,770,1590.63 Sarasota $297,962,676$472,397,159$196,518,378$162,392,034$634,789,1921.28 Seminole $52,298,577$41,931,664$32,340,710$23,929,159$65,860,8230.78 St Johns $56,512,552$32,493,831$45,116,807$25,964,104$58,457,9360.58 St Lucie $130,794,725$150,331,675$76,911,676$53,991,642$204,323,3160.98 Suwannee $4,500,748$2,495,564$4,735,702$2,262,635$4,758,1990.52Output Contribution of Florida Hospitals by County Table 3C

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13 V. Conclusions Floridas 222 hospitals employ the equivalent of 214,393 full-time workers, who earn a payroll of $8,908,904,071. And, during FY 2002, the hospitals spent $12,689,713,348, excluding payroll, to purchase goods and services for operations. The following table summarizes the quantifiable economic contributions in Florida due to the hospitals Operating Expenditures (excluding payroll) for goods and services and Employee Spending of their labor income. The contributions shown in the table reflect the additional jobs, labor income, and output created within the state because of the existence of the 222 Florida hospitals. Activity Contribution to: Employment Labor Income Output Hospitals' Operations 331,480 $12.88 billion $20.95 billion Hospital Workers' Salaries 100,636 $3.25 billion $9.28 billion Total Economic Contribution 432,116 $16.13 billion $30.23 billion The quantifiable economic contributions of the hospitals to Florida are: (1) a total of 432,116 jobs, including 214,393 full-time equivalent jobs at the hospitals, (2) $16.13 billion in labor income for the workers in these jobs, including the hospitals annual payroll of $8.91 billion, and (3) Florida-based production of goods and services valued at $30.23 billion per year in support of the Florida hospitals operating activities. The employment multiplier is 2.02 (the total of 432,116 jobs divided by 214,393 jobs at the hospitals). For every 100 jobs in Florida hospitals, the state gains another 102 jobs outside the hospitals. The labor income multiplier is 1.81 ($16.13 billion of annual income for the workers in the 432,116 jobs divided by the hospitals annual payroll of $8.91 billion). For every $100 paid by Florida hospitals to their employees, $81 of additional income is created for other workers throughout the state. And, the output multiplier is 1.40 ($30.23 billion of annual output produced by workers in the 432,116 jobs divided by $21.60 billion of hospital operating expenditures including payroll). For each $100 in hospital spending, another $40 of output is sold reflecting the ripple effect. In addition to being a major employer, Florida hospitals provide planned and emergency medical care for millions of patient-admissions, outpa tient, and emergency room visits during 2002. Availability of hospital services is frequently an important attraction for another business looking for a relocation site in Florida.

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14 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals Hospital City County Ownership Type Licensed Beds A.G. Holley State Hospital Lantana Palm Beach Govt. Specialty 100 All Children's Hospital St Peters burg Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 216 Atlantic Shores Hospital Fort Lauderdale Broward Investor-owned Psych 72 Aventura Hospital & Medical Center Av entura Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 407 Baker Community Hospital and Health Center Macclenny Baker Govt. Acute 25 Baptist Hospital Pensacola Pensac ola Escambia Not-for-profit Acute 552 Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc. Mi ami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 551 Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville Duval Not-for-profit Acute 583 Baptist Medical Center Beaches Jacksonv ille Beach Duval Not-for-profit Acute 90 Baptist Medical Center Nassau Fernandi na Beach Nassau Not-for-profit Acute 54 Bartow Memorial Hospital Bartow Polk Investor-owned Acute 56 Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 100 Bay Medical Center Panama City Bay Govt. Acute 411 Bayfront Medical Center St. Petersburg Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 502 Bert Fish Medical Center New Smyrna Beach Volusia Govt. Acute 116 Bethesda Memorial Hospital Boynton B each Palm Beach Not-for-profit Acute 362 Blake Medical Center Bradenton Manatee Investor-owned Acute 383 Boca Raton Community Hospital Boca Raton Palm Beach Not-for-profit Acute 394 Bon Secours-St. Joseph Hospital Port Charlotte Charlotte Not-for-profit Acute 212 Bon Secours-Venice Healthcare Veni ce Sarasota Not-for-profit Acute 342 Brandon Regional Medical Center Brandon Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 277 Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital and Centers Jacksonville Duval Not-for-profit Rehab 127 Brooksville Regional Hospital Brooksv ille Hernando Investor-owned Acute 166 Broward General Medical Center Fo rt Lauderdale Broward Govt. Acute 744 Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, Inc. Blountstown Calhoun Investor-owned Acute 25 Campbellton-Graceville Hospital Graceville Jackson Govt. Acute 25 Cape Canaveral Hospital Cocoa Beac h Brevard Not-for-profit Acute 150 Cape Coral Hospital Cape Coral Lee Not-for-profit Acute 281 Capital Regional Medical Center Tallahassee Leon Investor-owned Acute 180 Cedars Medical Center Miami Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 560 Central Florida Regional Hospital S anford Seminole Investor-owned Acute 226 Charlotte Regional Medical Center Punta Gorda Charlotte Investor-owned Acute 208 Circles of Care, Inc. Melbourne Brevard Not-for-profit Psych 52 Citrus Memorial Hospital Inver ness Citrus Not-for-profit Acute 171 Cleveland Clinic Naples Co llier Not-for-profit Acute 70 Cleveland Clinic Hospital Ft Lauderdal e Broward Investor-owned Acute 150 Columbia Hospital West Palm Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 250 Community Hospital of New Port Richey Ne w Port Richey Pasco Investor-owned Acute 401 Coral Gables Hospital Coral Gables Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 273 Coral Springs Medical Center Cora l Springs Broward Govt. Acute 200 Delray Medical Center Delray Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 343 Desoto Memorial Hospital, Inc Arcadia Desoto Not-for-profit Acute 82 Devereux Florida Treatment Network Me lbourne Brevard Not-for-profit Psych 100 Doctors Hospital of Sarasota Sarasota Sarasota Investor-owned Acute 168 Doctors Memorial Hospital Perry Taylor Not-for-profit Acute 48 Doctors' Memorial Hospital Bonifay Holmes Govt. Acute 25 East Pasco Medical Center Zephyrhills Pasco Not-for-profit Acute 154 Eastside Psychiatric Hospital Ta llahassee Leon Not-for-profit Psych 24 Edward White Hospital St Petersburg Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 167 Englewood Community Hospital Englewood Sarasota Investor-owned Acute 100 Fawcett Memorial Hospital Port Charlotte Charlotte Investor-owned Acute 238 Fishermen's Hospital Marathon Monroe Investor-owned Acute 58

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15 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals (continued) Hospital City County Ownership Type Licensed Beds Flagler Hospital St Augustine S t. Johns Not-for-profit Acute 274 Florida Hospital Oceanside Ormond B each Volusia Not-for-profit Acute 324 Florida Hospital Deland Deland Volusia Not-for-profit Acute 156 Florida Hospital Fish Memorial De land Volusia Not-for-profit Acute 97 Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center Avon Park Highlands No t-for-profit Acute 161 Florida Hospital Orlando Orlando Orange Not-for-profit Acute 1,787 Florida Hospital Waterman Eust is Lake Not-for-profit Acute 182 Florida Hospital Wauchula Wauchul a Hardee Not-for-profit Acute 25 Florida Medical Center Ft Lauderdale Broward Investor-owned Acute 459 Florida State Hospital Cha ttahoochee Gadsden Govt. Psych 2,007 Ft. Lauderdale Hospital Fort Lauderdale Broward Investor-owned Psych 100 Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center Fort Wa lton Beach Okaloosa Investor-owned Acute 247 G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital Arcadia Desoto Govt. Psych 944 Gadsden Community Hospital Quincy Gadsden Investor-owned Acute 37 George E. Weems Hospital Apalachico la Franklin Investor-owned Acute 25 Glades General Hospital Belle Glade Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 73 Good Samaritan Medical Center West Palm Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 341 Gulf Coast Hospital Ft. Myers Lee Investor-owned Acute 120 Gulf Coast Medical Center Panama City Bay Investor-owned Acute 176 Gulf Coast Treatment Center Fort Walt on Beach Okaloosa Investor-owned Psych 24 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsrch Inst Tampa Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 162 Halifax Community Health System Daytona Beach Volusia Govt. Acute 764 Health Central Winter Garden Orange Govt. Acute 141 Healthmark Regional Medical Center Defuni ak Springs Walton Investor-owned Acute 50 Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center Haines City Polk Investor-owned Acute 75 Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital Tarpon Springs Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 168 Hendry Regional Medical Center Clewiston Hendry Govt. Acute 66 Hialeah Hospital Hialeah Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 378 Highlands Regional Medical Center Sebr ing Highlands Investor-owned Acute 126 Hollywood Medical Center Hollywood Broward Investor-owned Acute 324 Hollywood Pavilion Hollywood Broward Investor-owned Psych 46 Holmes Regional Medical Center Mel bourne Brevard Not-for-profit Acute 528 Holy Cross Hospital Ft. Lauderdale Broward Not-for-profit Acute 577 Homestead Hospital Homestead Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 120 Imperial Point Medical Center Fort Lauderdale Broward Govt. Acute 204 Indian River Memorial Hospital Vero B each Indian River Not-for-profit Acute 335 Jackson Hospital Marianna Jackson Govt. Acute 100 Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami Miami-Dade Govt. Acute 1,757 Jay Hospital Jay Santa Rosa Not-for-profit Acute 55 JFK Medical Center Atlantis Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 387 Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter Pa lm Beach Not-for-profit Acute 156 Kendall Medical Center Miami Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 412 Kindred Hospital Bay Area/St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 60 Kindred Hospital Central Tampa Tampa Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 102 Kindred Hospital Ft. Lauderdale Ft Lauderdale Broward Investor-owned Acute 64 Kindred Hospital Hollywood Hollywood Broward Investor-owned Acute 124 Kindred Hospital North Florida Green Cove Springs Clay Investor-owned Acute 60 Kindred Hospital South Florida/Coral Gables Co ral Gables Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 53 Kindred Hospital Tampa Tampa Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 73 La Amistad Residential Treatment Center Maitland Orange Investor-owned Psych 40 Lake Butler Hospital/Hand Surgery Center Lake Butler Union Investor-owned Acute 25

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16 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals (continued) Hospital City County Ownership Type Licensed Beds Lake City Medical Center Lake City Columbia Investor-owned Acute 87 Lakeland Regional Medical Center Lak eland Polk Not-for-profit Acute 851 Lakeside Alternatives Orlando Orange Not-for-profit Psych 24 Largo Medical Center Largo Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 256 Larkin Community Hospital South Miami Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 122 Lawnwood Regional Medical Center Fort Pierce St. Lucie Investor-owned Acute 345 Lee Memorial Health System Fort Myers Lee Govt. Acute 665 Leesburg Regional Medical Center Lees burg Lake Not-for-profit Acute 294 Lehigh Regional Medical Center Lehigh Acres Lee Investor-owned Acute 88 Lifestream Behavioral Center Lees burg Lake Not-for-profit Psych 40 Lower Keys Medical Center DePoo Key West Monroe Investor-owned Acute 167 Madison County Memorial Hospital M adison Madison Not-for-profit Acute 42 Manatee Glens Hospital Bradenton Manatee Not-for-profit Psych 27 Manatee Memorial Hospital Bradenton Manatee Investor-owned Acute 491 Manatee Palms Youth Services Bradenton Manatee Investor-owned Psych 60 Mariners Hospital Tavernier Monroe Not-for-profit Acute 42 Martin Memorial Medical Center Stuart Martin Not-for-profit Acute 336 Mease Hospitals Dunedin Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 378 Memorial Hospital Flagler Bunne ll Flagler Not-for-profit Acute 81 Memorial Hospital Jacksonville Jacks onville Duval Investor-owned Acute 353 Memorial Hospital of Tampa Tampa Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 174 Memorial Hospital Pembroke Pembroke Pines Broward Govt. Acute 301 Memorial Hospital West Pembroke Pines Broward Govt. Acute 220 Memorial Regional Hospital Hollywood Broward Govt. Acute 684 Mercy Hospital Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 512 Miami Children's Hospital Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 268 Miami Jewish Home and Hospital Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Specialty 32 Morton Plant Hospital Clearwater Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 687 Morton Plant North Bay Medical Center New Port Richey Pasco Not-for-profit Acute 122 Mount Sinai Medical Center Miami B each Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 959 Munroe Regional Medical Center Oc ala Marion Not-for-profit Acute 323 Naples Community Hospital, Inc. N aples Collier Not-for-profit Acute 506 Nature Coast Regional Health Networ k Williston Levy Investor-owned Acute 40 North Broward Medical Center Pompano Beach Broward Govt. Acute 409 North Florida Reception Ctr Hospital Lake Butler Union Govt. Specialty 153 North Florida Regional Medical Center Ga inesville Alachua Investor-owned Acute 278 North Okaloosa Medical Center Crestv iew Okaloosa Investor-owned Acute 110 North Ridge Medical Center Ft. Lauderdale Broward Investor-owned Acute 332 North Shore Medical Center Miami Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 357 Northeast Florida State Hospital Macclenny Baker Govt. Psych 1,138 Northside Hospital & Heart Institute St Petersburg Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 288 Northwest Florida Community Hospital Chipley Washington Govt. Acute 81 Northwest Medical Center Margate Broward Investor-owned Acute 175 Oak Hill Hospital Spring Hill Hernando Investor-owned Acute 204 Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches West Pa lm Beach Palm Beach Not-for-profit Psych 44 Ocala Regional Medical Center Oc ala Marion Investor-owned Acute 270 Orange Park Medical Center Orange Park Clay Investor-owned Acute 219 Orlando Regional Healthcare System Orlando Orange Not-for-profit Acute 1,508 Osceola Regional Medical Center Kissi mmee Osceola Investor-owned Acute 171 Palm Beach Gardens Medical Ctr. Palm Beac h Gardens Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 204 Palm Springs General Hospital Hial eah Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 247 Palmetto General Hospital Hialeah Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 360 Palms of Pasadena Hospital South Pasadena Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 307

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17 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals (continued) Hospital City County Ownership Type Licensed Beds Palms West Hospital Loxahatchee Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 140 Pan American Hospital Miami Mi ami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 146 Parkway Regional Medical Center North Miam i Beach Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 382 Parrish Medical Center Titusville Brevard Govt. Acute 210 Pasco Regional Medical Center Dade City Pasco Investor-owned Acute 120 Pinecrest Rehab. Hospital at Delray Delray Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Rehab 90 Plantation General Hospital Plantation Broward Investor-owned Acute 264 Putnam Medical Center Palatka Putnam Investor-owned Acute 141 Raulerson Hospital Okeechobee Ok eechobee Investor-owned Acute 101 Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Hudson Pasco Investor-owned Acute 290 Sacred Heart Hospital of Pensacola Pens acola Escambia Not-for-profit Acute 431 Sandypines Hospital Tequesta Martin Investor-owned Psych 64 Santa Rosa Medical Center Milton Santa Rosa Investor-owned Acute 129 Sarasota Memorial Hospital Sarasota Sarasota Govt. Acute 828 Savannas Hospital Port St. Lucie St. Lucie Investor-owned Psych 75 Sebastian River Medical Center Sebasti an Indian River Investor-owned Acute 117 Seven Rivers Community Hospital Crysta l River Citrus Investor-owned Acute 128 Shands at Lake Shore Lake City Co lumbia Not-for-profit Acute 99 Shands at Live Oak Live Oak Suwannee Not-for-profit Acute 15 Shands at Starke Starke Bradford Not-for-profit Acute 49 Shands at The University of Florida Ga inesville Alachua Not-for-profit Acute 1,058 Shands Jacksonville Medical Center Ja cksonville Duval Not-for-profit Acute 760 South Bay Hospital Sun City Center Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 112 South Florida Baptist Hospital Plant City Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 147 South Florida State Hospital Pemb roke Pines Broward Govt. Psych 350 South Lake Hospital Clermont Lake Not-for-profit Acute 68 South Miami Hospital South Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 445 South Shore Hospital/Medical Ctr. Miami Beach Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 196 Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center Fort Myers Lee Investor-owned Acute 400 Specialty Hospital of Jacksonville Ja cksonville Duval Investor-owned Acute 107 Springbrook Hospital Brooksville Hernando Investor-owned Psych 50 St. Anthony's Hospital, Inc. St. Pete rsburg Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 405 St. Catherine's Rehabilitation Hospital No rth Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Rehab 60 St. John's Rehabilitation & Hlthcare Cen Lauder dale Lakes Broward Not-for-profit Rehab 20 St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc. Tampa Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 883 St. Lucie Medical Center Port St Lucie St. Lucie Investor-owned Acute 194 St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville Duval Not-for-profit Acute 289 St. Mary's Medical Center West Palm Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 460 St. Petersburg General Hospital St Petersburg Pinellas Investor-owned Acute 219 St. Vincent's Medical Center Jacksonville Duval Not-for-profit Acute 528 Sun Coast Healthcare Largo Pinellas Not-for-profit Acute 300 Sunland Marianna Cox Medical Svc. Ctr. Marianna Jackson Govt. Specialty 15 Tacachale Hospital/Retarded Ctr. Ga inesville Alachua Govt. Specialty 17 Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Ta llahassee Leon Not-for-profit Acute 770 Tampa General Hospital Tampa Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 877 Ten Broeck Hospital Jacksonville Jacks onville Duval Investor-owned Psych 99 The Meredian Pensacola Escamb ia Not-for-profit Psych 16 The Willough Healthcare System Naples Collier Investor-owned Psych 42 Town & Country Hospital Tampa Hillsborough Investor-owned Acute 201 Trinity Community Hospital Jasper Hamilton Investor-owned Acute 42 Twin Cities Hospital Niceville Okaloosa Investor-owned Acute 65 University Behavioral Center Orlando Orange Investor-owned Psych 70 University Community Hospital Ta mpa Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 431

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18 Appendix A. List of Florida Hospitals (continued) Hospital City County Ownership Type Licensed Beds University Community Hospital at Carro llwood Tampa Hillsborough Not-for-profit Acute 120 University Hospital & Medical Center Tamarac Broward Investor-owned Acute 317 University of Miami Hospital/Clinics Miami Miami-Dade Not-for-profit Acute 40 Wellington Regional Medical Center West Palm Beach Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 120 West Boca Medical Center Boca Raton Palm Beach Investor-owned Acute 185 West Florida Community Care Ctr. Milton Santa Rosa Govt. Psych 100 West Florida Hospital Pensacola Escambia Investor-owned Acute 531 West Gables Rehabilitation Hospital Miami Miami-Dade Investor-owned Rehab 60 Westchester General Hospital Miam i Miami-Dade Investor-owned Acute 172 Westside Regional Medical Center Plantation Broward Investor-owned Acute 204 Windmoor Healthcare Clearwater Pinellas Investor-owned Psych 163 Winter Haven Hospital Winter Ha ven Polk Not-for-profit Acute 681 Wuesthoff Health Systems, Inc. Ro ckledge Brevard Not-for-profit Acute 295

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19 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-time Equivale nts (FTEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002 Hospital Administrative Salaries Patient Care Salaries Total Salaries Operating Expenses NonOperating Expenses Total ExpensesTotal FTEs A.G. Holley State Hospital $3,120,721$1,860,476$4,981,197$9,615,730 $0 $9,615,730135.0 All Children's Hospital $27,845,894$47,153,378$78,361,830$167,413,947 $9,424,118 $176,838,0651,668.7 Atlantic Shores Hospital $971,804$2,409,461$3,381,265$6,907,379 $0 $6,907,37988.5 Aventura Hospital & Medical Center $8,412,819$29,584,246$38,719,778$111,988,274 $5,951,063 $117,939,337813.9 Baker Community Hospital and Health Center $972,325$1,887,490$3,051,910$5,965,123 $317,145 $6,282,268115.9 Baptist Hospital Pensacola $22,490,312$43,893,060$69,503,674$181,155,139 $11,628,820 $192,783,9592,020.7 Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc. $33,052,948$113,949,930$147,072,794$397,559,862 $111,013 $397,670,8753,397.8 Baptist Medical Center $42,121,911$81,458,506$129,145,010$289,087,560 $10,470,382 $299,557,9423,114.5 Baptist Medical Center Beaches $4,461,664$17,302,227$22,945,440$50,558,896 $1,503,966 $52,062,862510.6 Baptist Medical Center Nassau $3,043,171$8,884,133$11,927,304$27,254,788 $9,369 $27,264,157289.4 Bartow Memorial Hospital $2,815,401$5,936,030$8,751,431$33,286,910 $0 $33,286,910225.8 Bascom Palmer Eye Institute $10,000,759$9,469,693$19,470,452$46,513,556 $0 $46,513,556495.8 Bay Medical Center $18,454,921$36,908,158$57,555,149$137,232,787 $8,654,254 $145,887,0411,809.3 Bayfront Medical Center $22,404,816$49,228,535$71,633,351$176,527,529 $0 $176,527,5291,673.1 Bert Fish Medical Center $5,660,269$12,386,002$18,490,965$52,140,988 $571,056 $52,712,044508.9 Bethesda Memorial Hospital $12,399,780$42,554,381$56,285,668$146,350,532 $2,032,531 $148,383,0631,480.9 Blake Medical Center $9,178,898$28,827,012$38,366,499$107,604,425 $386,952 $107,991,377875.1 Boca Raton Community Hospital $22,911,654$62,131,352$86,961,512$201,449,941 $2,033,759 $203,483,7001,802.0 Bon Secours-St. Joseph Hospital $8,168,547$18,114,356$26,282,903$74,044,440 $810,891 $74,855,331786.5 Bon Secours-Venice Healthcare $11,097,116$24,003,105$35,415,759$86,530,678 $5,087,737 $91,618,415898.0 Brandon Regional Medical Center $9,759,871$40,124,321$49,884,192$149,611,712 $240,200 $149,851,9121,202.4 Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital and Centers $3,597,389$12,730,493$16,327,882$35,910,428 $0 $35,910,428354.5 Brooksville Regional Hospital $7,243,026$16,237,886$23,480,912$72,717,011 $269,025 $72,986,036619.2 Broward General Medical Center $25,108,715$72,205,612$101,621,111$241,450,548 $15,011,596 $256,462,1442,313.8 Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, Inc. $499,643$1,410,415$1,910,058$4,024,766 $192,000 $4,216,76650.0 Campbellton-Graceville Hospital $758,493$1,353,833$2,112,326$4,307,570 $0 $4,307,57092.7 Cape Canaveral Hospital $11,872,685$23,307,673$40,096,463$79,830,009 $8,330,846 $88,160,855956.5 Cape Coral Hospital $8,057,516$28,112,968$36,170,484$93,856,121 $0 $93,856,121898.0 Capital Regional Medical Center $6,106,205$15,182,521$21,948,956$68,555,092 $3,219,345 $71,774,437545.0 Cedars Medical Center $15,573,323$53,424,003$70,722,612$179,306,488 $6,596,394 $185,902,8821,682.5 Central Florida Regional Hospital $7,815,130$24,525,580$32,340,710$89,849,870 $267,482 $90,117,352691.2 Charlotte Regional Medical Center $6,742,435$21,246,474$29,808,139$90,750,683 $2,208,291 $92,958,974729.2 Circles of Care, Inc. $702,738$3,107,470$3,810,208$6,835,965 $0 $6,835,965137.5 Citrus Memorial Hospital $7,264,624$16,256,932$28,626,700$70,340,571 $8,533,236 $78,873,807863.8 Cleveland Clinic $5,006,157$11,565,710$16,571,867$46,416,832 $0 $46,416,832362.0 Cleveland Clinic Hospital $5,416,398$13,309,378$18,725,776$57,967,304 $402,912 $58,370,216402.0 Columbia Hospital $8,143,820$16,842,767$24,986,587$64,868,268 $737,775 $65,606,043570.3 Community Hospital of New Port Richey $9,882,577$23,427,577$33,310,154$96,819,494 $133,933 $96,953,427800.5 Coral Gables Hospital $5,566,806$14,620,042$20,186,848$58,377,221 $0 $58,377,221470.5 Coral Springs Medical Center $9,445,865$24,893,368$34,339,233$83,798,185 $110,836 $83,909,021751.2 Delray Medical Center $10,366,450$40,935,326$52,274,330$138,864,301 $12,695,766 $151,560,0671,083.4 Desoto Memorial Hospital, Inc $2,820,754$5,145,445$9,398,514$19,517,077 $2,329,799 $21,846,876249.0 Devereux Florida Treatment Network $2,007,085$5,500,570$7,507,655$13,764,098 $0 $13,764,098322.7 Doctors Hospital of Sarasota $7,432,277$16,419,663$23,870,976$72,221,907 $3,345,477 $75,567,384537.2 Doctors Memorial Hospital $2,150,989$7,094,407$9,245,396$19,889,603 $0 $19,889,603272.0 Doctors' Memorial Hospital $777,485$1,809,137$2,586,622$5,198,327 $0 $5,198,32779.5

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20 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-time Equivalents (F TEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002 (continued) Hospital Administrative Salaries Patient Care Salaries Total Salaries Operating Expenses NonOperating Expenses Total ExpensesTotal FTEs East Pasco Medical Center $6,810,293$14,882,843$22,119,770$62,673,060 $650,545 $63,323,605556.3 Eastside Psychiatric Hospital $409,112$927,348$1,336,460$2,558,681 $0 $2,558,68148.8 Edward White Hospital $3,463,891$7,751,927$11,294,506$36,497,949 $2,147,330 $38,645,279255.8 Englewood Community Hospital $2,881,032$8,752,536$11,627,727$37,472,209 $493,033 $37,965,242275.4 Fawcett Memorial Hospital $6,381,542$18,461,425$24,885,644$79,485,008 $506,012 $79,991,020608.9 Fishermen's Hospital $2,291,043$4,504,563$6,795,606$20,852,558 $80,469 $20,933,027160.6 Flagler Hospital $11,294,924$31,892,033$45,116,807$105,523,524 $2,683,540 $108,207,0641,140.4 Florida Hospital Oceanside $14,195,855$29,503,823$49,682,086$128,869,627 $13,044,509 $141,914,1361,176.4 Florida Hospital Deland $7,339,464$14,872,279$22,375,572$61,609,211 $2,812,786 $64,421,997543.4 Florida Hospital Fish Memorial $7,026,107$17,463,306$25,133,312$72,475,055 $1,853,581 $74,328,636615.6 Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center $8,176,832$18,940,398$28,939,178$77,585,033 $4,044,014 $81,629,047732.7 Florida Hospital Orlando $141,421,606$288,159,067$445,520,681$1,036,979,497 $39,575,584 $1,076,555,08110,183.3 Florida Hospital Waterman $10,255,731$23,695,096$37,717,097$90,298,238 $4,848,738 $95,146,9761,002.8 Florida Hospital Wauchula $1,435,075$2,327,546$3,879,000$10,424,273 $279,741 $10,704,01497.7 Florida Medical Center $10,723,884$33,817,398$48,158,079$132,600,372 $8,847,602 $141,447,9741,087.7 Florida State Hospital $19,859,691$43,875,899$64,647,189$134,786,319 $945,844 $135,732,1632,454.0 Ft. Lauderdale Hospital $1,765,036$1,702,707$3,467,743$7,474,506 $0 $7,474,50694.1 Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center $7,813,872$22,678,543$30,492,415$88,622,005 $429,691 $89,051,696797.7 G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital $3,370,651$9,313,956$12,736,172$21,548,444 $52,966 $21,601,410555.0 Gadsden Community Hospital $1,158,706$2,858,866$4,017,572$6,745,988 $0 $6,745,98886.2 George E. Weems Hospital $467,726$1,261,870$1,729,596$3,732,492 $0 $3,732,49250.2 Glades General Hospital $2,697,505$6,777,902$9,475,407$25,567,858 $961,000 $26,528,858246.9 Good Samaritan Medical Center $10,931,105$20,372,910$31,422,519$90,077,504 $6,077,561 $96,155,065757.5 Gulf Coast Hospital $2,497,534$7,751,299$10,409,966$31,307,517 $2,936,732 $34,244,249229.4 Gulf Coast Medical Center $7,233,388$18,476,827$25,728,019$80,400,188 $300,714 $80,700,902691.6 Gulf Coast Treatment Center $224,414$586,213$6,565,904$1,905,177 $10,026,753 $11,931,930240.1 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsrch Inst $31,196,148$30,773,786$61,969,934$169,512,298 $0 $169,512,2981,466.4 Halifax Community Health System $43,361,085$70,710,744$114,071,829$285,368,146 $3,105,905 $288,474,0512,717.0 Health Central $12,988,563$22,289,108$35,348,558$78,783,923 $1,291,091 $80,075,014914.8 Healthmark Regional Medical Center $1,378,471$2,754,728$4,627,366$10,785,100 $863,575 $11,648,675179.6 Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center $4,986,415$14,793,714$19,780,129$53,999,048 $11,891 $54,010,939466.0 Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital $8,058,297$17,690,392$25,748,689$70,103,284 $0 $70,103,284686.9 Hendry Regional Medical Center $1,746,689$2,872,503$5,403,131$12,195,013 $1,088,421 $13,283,434158.6 Hialeah Hospital $8,151,657$25,284,497$33,436,871$85,620,394 $1,557,435 $87,177,829770.4 Highlands Regional Medical Center $4,229,658$9,276,439$13,542,652$37,995,935 $620,789 $38,616,724358.4 Hollywood Medical Center $4,983,069$11,617,968$16,601,037$50,731,881 $2,382,147 $53,114,028389.9 Hollywood Pavilion $730,811$1,125,787$1,856,598$3,450,789 $0 $3,450,78950.2 Holmes Regional Medical Center $39,534,627$85,361,816$126,447,032$312,592,070 $3,078,052 $315,670,1223,030.4 Holy Cross Hospital $33,597,955$49,633,242$111,655,282$210,137,536 $45,430,973 $255,568,5092,152.3 Homestead Hospital $6,295,258$17,198,013$23,493,271$58,293,052 $0 $58,293,052554.8 Imperial Point Medical Center $7,509,530$18,724,988$26,284,881$67,721,193 $490,646 $68,211,839579.7 Indian River Memorial Hospital $15,281,671$31,665,446$46,947,117$127,098,767 $0 $127,098,7671,229.0 Jackson Hospital $5,198,752$6,540,301$11,739,053$27,410,874 $19,479 $27,430,353333.2 Jackson Memorial Hospital $137,140,190$308,969,554$455,944,047$968,160,323 $99,735,558 $1,067,895,8819,436.8 Jay Hospital $1,369,616$2,248,942$3,618,558$8,223,639 $55,842 $8,279,481118.1 JFK Medical Center $18,076,876$59,835,870$77,912,746$240,112,035 $1,430,388 $241,542,4231,749.9 Jupiter Medical Center $11,476,643$23,550,025$43,839,123$93,978,737 $19,094,755 $113,073,4921,096.1

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21 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-time Equivalents (F TEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002 (continued) Hospital Administrative Salaries Patient Care Salaries Total Salaries Operating Expenses NonOperating Expenses Total ExpensesTotal FTEs Kendall Medical Center $11,629,457$34,381,412$46,089,539$131,973,275 $2,196,174 $134,169,4491,091.1 Kindred Hospital Bay Area/St. Petersburg $2,414,609$6,180,403$8,595,012$21,952,852 $0 $21,952,852185.2 Kindred Hospital Central Tampa $3,598,713$9,266,870$12,865,583$31,363,960 $0 $31,363,960263.0 Kindred Hospital Ft. Lauderdale $2,140,746$7,600,437$9,741,183$24,047,516 $0 $24,047,516195.4 Kindred Hospital Hollywood $3,473,824$9,042,059$12,515,883$26,762,455 $0 $26,762,455281.2 Kindred Hospital North Florida $1,923,636$5,101,605$7,025,241$19,562,799 $0 $19,562,799160.8 Kindred Hospital South Florida/Coral Gables $2,547,852$5,390,112$7,937,964$16,994,552 $0 $16,994,552172.3 Kindred Hospital Tampa $2,529,310$6,163,721$8,693,031$21,184,577 $0 $21,184,577177.4 La Amistad Residential Treatment Center $1,240,031$695,157$2,492,337$3,987,302 $900,226 $4,887,52866.0 Lake Butler Hospital/Hand Surgery Center $832,235$851,846$1,766,799$3,455,067 $106,278 $3,561,34551.3 Lake City Medical Center $3,442,352$7,160,526$10,602,878$35,529,540 $375,084 $35,904,624258.8 Lakeland Regional Medical Center $44,972,152$72,544,110$117,516,262$279,705,360 $0 $279,705,3602,731.1 Lakeside Alternatives $617,037$892,396$13,657,323$4,217,581 $25,801,064 $30,018,645467.0 Largo Medical Center $8,569,456$22,619,025$31,188,481$102,922,886 $1,530,978 $104,453,864705.2 Larkin Community Hospital $4,237,577$8,479,110$12,716,687$26,624,506 $4,300 $26,628,806340.8 Lawnwood Regional Medical Center $10,732,572$32,646,019$43,959,012$123,220,508 $3,539,241 $126,759,749941.1 Lee Memorial Health System $31,797,078$81,397,079$113,194,157$266,407,374 $0 $266,407,3742,423.1 Leesburg Regional Medical Center $16,528,254$53,833,390$70,361,644$159,204,423 $0 $159,204,4231,470.1 Lehigh Regional Medical Center $2,512,709$5,674,296$8,187,134$18,491,501 $651,367 $19,142,868243.6 Lifestream Behavioral Center $474,923$1,202,305$1,677,228$3,307,910 $0 $3,307,91065.8 Lower Keys Medical Center DePoo $6,211,436$12,253,914$18,465,350$43,880,948 $0 $43,880,948427.2 Madison County Memorial Hospital $1,264,101$2,432,041$4,653,700$7,275,501 $1,133,118 $8,408,619154.5 Manatee Glens Hospital $574,530$1,097,564$1,672,094$2,802,476 $0 $2,802,47655.8 Manatee Memorial Hospital $10,012,300$33,658,001$46,560,922$132,299,958 $5,180,223 $137,480,1811,274.3 Manatee Palms Youth Services $934,719$1,790,716$3,119,574$5,342,717 $763,349 $6,106,06699.7 Mariners Hospital $2,086,713$5,920,841$8,007,554$22,526,188 $47,418 $22,573,606185.9 Martin Memorial Medical Center $30,040,623$48,139,760$78,180,383$171,251,981 $0 $171,251,9811,798.9 Mease Hospitals $12,870,565$50,311,324$63,181,889$165,376,841 $0 $165,376,8411,434.9 Memorial Hospital Flagler $3,166,153$6,483,259$12,278,310$29,464,513 $4,181,783 $33,646,296287.8 Memorial Hospital Jacksonville $14,991,745$44,839,948$59,989,449$182,843,648 $11,584,855 $194,428,5031,286.4 Memorial Hospital of Tampa $5,578,610$11,285,189$16,910,275$49,576,891 $365,048 $49,941,939426.5 Memorial Hospital Pembroke $10,153,198$24,642,986$34,796,184$73,704,567 $0 $73,704,567769.7 Memorial Hospital West $16,555,285$52,654,574$74,145,421$139,749,874 $9,295,500 $149,045,3741,607.1 Memorial Regional Hospital $45,331,332$117,595,982$175,354,155$355,048,059 $29,679,397 $384,727,4563,678.7 Mercy Hospital $22,016,160$49,986,436$73,363,039$189,945,854 $12,069,408 $202,015,2621,678.1 Miami Children's Hospital $35,166,983$50,978,345$100,944,056$213,948,211 $20,247,518 $234,195,7292,027.5 Miami Jewish Home and Hospital $543,665$1,276,217$1,819,882$3,665,223 $0 $3,665,22371.0 Morton Plant Hospital $14,477,045$64,338,805$78,815,850$223,257,571 $0 $223,257,5711,819.7 Morton Plant North Bay Medical Center $2,848,432$12,976,684$15,825,116$36,728,120 $0 $36,728,120398.6 Mount Sinai Medical Center $38,754,673$80,738,418$119,528,883$371,982,022 $51,742 $372,033,7642,818.9 Munroe Regional Medical Center $22,729,093$59,662,611$86,466,270$201,446,069 $6,913,588 $208,359,6572,172.5 Naples Community Hospital, Inc. $28,163,086$76,734,595$105,076,599$279,990,001 $2,618,631 $282,608,6323,479.0 Nature Coast Regional Health Network $631,885$1,381,354$2,023,541$6,135,598 $35,757 $6,171,35576.5 North Broward Medical Center $13,614,020$37,948,732$56,055,068$134,791,526 $7,890,659 $142,682,1851,242.7 North Florida Reception Ctr Hospital $1,098,705$13,002,011$14,100,716$22,848,171 $0 $22,848,171271.0 North Florida Regional Medical Center $10,376,124$33,166,405$44,633,506$136,861,857 $8,135,814 $144,997,6711,125.9

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22 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-time Equivalents (F TEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002 (continued) Hospital Administrative Salaries Patient Care Salaries Total Salaries Operating Expenses NonOperating Expenses Total ExpensesTotal FTEs North Okaloosa Medical Center $5,392,955$10,859,504$17,453,783$46,559,348 $1,875,867 $48,435,215476.0 North Ridge Medical Center $7,002,662$23,207,642$30,261,663$100,633,809 $58,818 $100,692,627667.4 North Shore Medical Center $9,354,173$23,143,466$32,497,639$81,903,757 $728,822 $82,632,579777.8 Northeast Florida State Hospital $11,390,303$21,475,111$33,132,091$55,106,419 $315,325 $55,421,7441,192.0 Northside Hospital & Heart Institute $6,722,951$17,617,684$25,627,929$84,441,347 $1,963,258 $86,404,605566.6 Northwest Florida Community Hospital $1,349,506$3,179,991$5,480,368$10,939,114 $1,937,549 $12,876,663202.7 Northwest Medical Center $8,040,742$23,901,127$33,009,312$92,336,698 $2,898,681 $95,235,379699.0 Oak Hill Hospital $7,318,826$20,639,582$27,958,408$81,707,166 $1,047,350 $82,754,516712.1 Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches $308,005$2,003,372$2,311,377$4,278,278 $0 $4,278,27873.4 Ocala Regional Medical Center $10,628,565$25,914,945$36,543,510$112,239,093 $1,104,880 $113,343,973905.7 Orange Park Medical Center $4,953,017$28,277,549$33,230,820$96,912,555 $443,463 $97,356,018698.3 Orlando Regional Healthcare System $117,177,193$233,271,002$350,448,195$776,020,362 $0 $776,020,3628,579.6 Osceola Regional Medical Center $8,017,160$27,638,170$35,808,906$103,222,640 $1,294,266 $104,516,906761.9 Palm Beach Gardens Medical Ctr. $7,633,536$25,274,892$33,316,224$120,675,360 $2,066,527 $122,741,887725.7 Palm Springs General Hospital $7,355,055$13,925,324$21,314,316$52,662,991 $104,676 $52,767,667647.0 Palmetto General Hospital $14,882,748$35,885,385$50,768,133$146,920,238 $14,111,536 $161,031,7741,268.4 Palms of Pasadena Hospital $7,429,666$17,449,385$26,927,649$73,898,080 $5,029,554 $78,927,634681.2 Palms West Hospital $7,043,244$20,829,175$27,872,419$73,593,727 $2,375,224 $75,968,951625.3 Pan American Hospital $10,460,038$27,440,900$37,900,938$77,022,850 $0 $77,022,850939.5 Parkway Regional Medical Center $9,015,935$29,612,078$40,833,011$99,206,440 $4,554,210 $103,760,650949.7 Parrish Medical Center $10,782,463$20,824,271$34,986,775$80,439,754 $5,928,834 $86,368,588855.2 Pasco Regional Medical Center $3,478,450$9,972,854$13,451,304$33,486,973 $45,800 $33,532,773304.4 Pinecrest Rehab. Hospital at Delray $2,988,417$9,186,321$12,174,738$28,194,919 $477,946 $28,672,865278.2 Plantation General Hospital $8,784,467$23,965,787$33,226,256$85,092,828 $3,361,297 $88,454,125679.7 Putnam Medical Center $5,252,708$11,692,730$16,945,438$50,615,272 $17,483 $50,632,755450.7 Raulerson Hospital $4,435,717$9,393,005$13,828,722$37,644,986 $97,907 $37,742,893366.8 Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point $10,930,936$27,827,285$38,758,221$147,601,091 $712,126 $148,313,217861.0 Sacred Heart Hospital of Pensacola $22,948,892$56,675,148$79,624,040$208,120,882 $0 $208,120,8822,136.4 Sandypines Hospital $196,077$280,513$3,039,220$973,703 $5,235,618 $6,209,32194.2 Santa Rosa Medical Center $3,988,624$7,911,335$11,899,959$27,064,566 $0 $27,064,566286.2 Sarasota Memorial Hospital $39,164,096$86,439,820$125,603,916$320,884,055 $450,000 $321,334,0552,915.3 Savannas Hospital $1,987,593$2,833,640$4,821,332$10,038,184 $1,662 $10,039,846143.0 Sebastian River Medical Center $3,964,504$9,746,953$13,711,457$39,464,986 $0 $39,464,986322.7 Seven Rivers Community Hospital $4,074,870$9,376,412$13,933,792$35,508,717 $1,294,204 $36,802,921386.3 Shands at Lake Shore $3,405,276$9,799,489$13,204,765$28,904,578 $26,400 $28,930,978346.8 Shands at Live Oak $995,905$3,739,797$4,735,702$9,834,256 $0 $9,834,256118.5 Shands at Starke $1,801,848$4,453,610$6,255,458$12,620,239 $0 $12,620,239146.9 Shands at The University of Florida $82,089,438$135,472,172$217,561,610$560,585,807 $17,762,829 $578,348,6365,342.5 Shands Jacksonville Medical Center $37,958,937$82,807,817$120,766,754$327,593,932 $0 $327,593,9323,204.8 South Bay Hospital $4,197,340$11,427,306$15,624,646$47,008,210 $88,007 $47,096,217369.8 South Florida Baptist Hospital $5,423,379$14,035,011$19,458,390$45,155,275 $0 $45,155,275484.4 South Florida State Hospital $5,346,796$10,447,920$15,916,769$26,795,940 $132,119 $26,928,059404.0 South Lake Hospital $4,142,986$9,507,863$15,247,206$36,531,576 $2,946,434 $39,478,010417.5 South Miami Hospital $18,711,598$64,618,581$86,632,426$216,798,790 $5,179,837 $221,978,6272,000.0 South Shore Hospital/Medical Ctr. $6,127,862$10,615,035$17,786,965$38,502,966 $2,158,147 $40,661,113557.4 Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center $8,919,453$25,448,025$34,478,289$119,398,127 $5,415,962 $124,814,089824.3 Specialty Hospital of Jacksonville $2,939,828$7,695,276$10,635,104$25,193,143 $44,307 $25,237,450241.8

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23 Appendix B. Financial Data and Full-time Equivalents (F TEs), Florida Hospitals, Fiscal Year 2002 (continued) Hospital Administrative Salaries Patient Care Salaries Total Salaries Operating Expenses NonOperating Expenses Total ExpensesTotal FTEs Springbrook Hospital $732,441$1,699,121$2,450,762$5,063,873 $36,740 $5,100,61395.0 St. Anthony's Hospital, Inc. $12,095,760$27,993,173$40,088,933$97,187,998 $0 $97,187,998918.3 St. Catherine's Rehabilitation Hospital $902,445$1,947,766$2,850,211$6,572,080 $0 $6,572,08062.7 St. John's Rehabilitation & Hlthcare Cen $448,729$935,102$1,383,831$3,090,739 $0 $3,090,73932.4 St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc. $31,783,794$93,862,597$126,952,043$341,130,797 $5,439,818 $346,570,6153,119.8 St. Lucie Medical Center $8,918,996$19,139,662$28,131,332$83,139,078 $1,211,002 $84,350,080648.8 St. Luke's Hospital $8,612,132$63,896,058$73,194,664$248,615,985 $1,112,135 $249,728,1201,668.8 St. Mary's Medical Center $13,820,785$43,244,312$58,987,965$125,993,381 $5,248,371 $131,241,7521,380.0 St. Petersburg General Hospital $5,235,628$14,201,672$19,742,588$59,611,571 $1,097,864 $60,709,435444.3 St. Vincent's Medical Center $38,338,215$73,915,573$112,333,059$260,362,755 $829,776 $261,192,5312,851.9 Sun Coast Healthcare $6,743,359$16,411,389$23,868,540$65,493,753 $1,005,305 $66,499,058633.6 Sunland Marianna Cox Medical Svc. Ctr. $710,908$1,073,916$1,784,824$1,980,653 $0 $1,980,65328.3 Tacachale Hospital/Retarded Ctr. $1,382,799$1,974,598$3,357,397$6,598,569 $0 $6,598,56961.0 Tallahassee Memorial Hospital $47,064,104$82,961,100$132,552,359$265,130,697 $6,114,078 $271,244,7753,152.8 Tampa General Hospital $45,511,239$108,381,328$155,448,845$422,355,691 $3,152,863 $425,508,5543,683.5 Ten Broeck Hospital Jacksonville $2,020,479$3,106,743$5,127,222$9,176,010 $0 $9,176,010163.0 The Meredian $166,219$518,584$684,803$1,409,568 $0 $1,409,56828.1 The Willough Healthcare System $484,932$635,113$3,549,317$3,524,856 $7,654,831 $11,179,68798.3 Town & Country Hospital $5,432,684$9,813,152$15,246,175$41,237,327 $106,947 $41,344,274397.7 Trinity Community Hospital $1,164,412$2,038,280$3,202,692$6,968,155 $0 $6,968,15578.6 Twin Cities Hospital $3,026,881$5,628,742$8,660,251$25,271,649 $479,560 $25,751,209201.7 University Behavioral Center $268,807$434,254$4,783,043$1,411,736 $7,591,706 $9,003,442149.7 University Community Hospital $30,489,123$57,998,306$89,472,104$215,539,254 $1,158,732 $216,697,9862,227.9 University Community Hospital at Carrollwood $6,112,065$13,381,825$19,493,890$45,809,967 $0 $45,809,967489.8 University Hospital & Medical Center $9,323,526$19,680,836$29,010,263$75,431,240 $2,939,709 $78,370,949723.4 University of Miami Hospital/Clinics $11,077,915$17,928,989$29,006,904$87,684,981 $0 $87,684,981710.4 Wellington Regional Medical Center $6,105,592$14,525,198$20,630,790$54,554,318 $19,894 $54,574,212510.5 West Boca Medical Center $6,054,012$25,370,650$32,956,468$76,765,373 $2,883,088 $79,648,461691.1 West Florida Community Care Ctr. $820,777$2,531,976$3,352,753$6,301,418 $0 $6,301,418122.3 West Florida Hospital $9,995,633$31,962,769$43,475,820$135,064,594 $6,370,308 $141,434,9021,052.8 West Gables Rehabilitation Hospital $2,603,795$4,214,619$7,469,045$14,269,641 $2,533,357 $16,802,998223.5 Westchester General Hospital $9,041,851$10,474,076$19,515,927$45,078,886 $0 $45,078,886599.0 Westside Regional Medical Center $10,667,850$23,980,928$34,648,778$108,105,732 $2,991,423 $111,097,155777.7 Windmoor Healthcare $2,533,700$1,845,024$4,378,724$8,805,547 $0 $8,805,547122.4 Winter Haven Hospital $28,730,845$47,975,413$87,495,621$175,895,021 $18,263,772 $194,158,7932,556.1 Wuesthoff Health Systems, Inc. $13,584,074$27,297,790$44,148,486$111,500,607 $11,521,097 $123,021,7041,166.8 Total Operating and Non-Operating Expenses = $22,996,533,603 Average Non-Operating Portion of Total (for those hospitals reporting)= 6.08% Total Operating Expenses = $21,598,617,419 Total Payroll = $8,908,904,071 Total Operating Expenses Excluding Payroll = $12,689,713,348 FTEs = 214,393.2 Average Annual Salary, including taxes = $41,554.04 Disposable Income Factor = 0.8644 Average Annual Disposable Income per FTE = $35,919.54

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24 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002 Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs North Florida Regional Medical Center $44,633,506$144,997,671$136,183,534$91,550,028 1,125.9 Shands at The University of Florida $217,561,610$578,348,636$543,191,906$325,630,296 5,342.5 Tacachale Hospital/Retarded Ctr. $3,357,397$6,598,569$6,197,454$2,840,057 61.0 ALACHUA COUNTY TOTALS $265,552,513$729,944,876$685,572,895$420,020,382 6,529.4 Baker Community Hospital and Health Center $3,051,910$6,282,268$5,900,381$2,848,471 115.9 Northeast Florida State Hospital $33,132,091$55,421,744$52,052,760$18,920,669 1,192.0 BAKER COUNTY TOTALS $36,184,001$61,704,012$57,953,141$21,769,140 1,307.9 Bay Medical Center $57,555,149$145,887,041$137,018,841$79,463,692 1,809.3 Gulf Coast Medical Center $25,728,019$80,700,902$75,795,245$50,067,226 691.6 BAY COUNTY TOTALS $83,283,168$226,587,943$212,814,087$129,530,919 2,500.9 Shands at Starke $6,255,458$12,620,239$11,853,078$5,597,620 146.9 BRADFORD COUNTY TOTALS $6,255,458$12,620,239$11,853,078$5,597,620 146.9 Cape Canaveral Hospital $40,096,463$88,160,855$82,801,722$42,705,259 956.5 Circles of Care, Inc. $3,810,208$6,835,965$6,420,419$2,610,211 137.5 Devereux Florida Treatment Network $7,507,655$13,764,098$12,927,404$5,419,749 322.7 Holmes Regional Medical Center $126,447,032$315,670,122$296,481,127$170,034,095 3,030.4 Parrish Medical Center $34,986,775$86,368,588$81,118,403$46,131,628 855.2 Wuesthoff Health Systems, Inc. $44,148,486$123,021,704$115,543,445$71,394,959 1,166.8 BREVARD COUNTY TOTALS $256,996,619$633,821,332$595,292,521$338,295,902 6,469.1

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25 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Atlantic Shores Hospital $3,381,265$6,907,379$6,487,492$3,106,227 88.5 Broward General Medical Center $101,621,111$256,462,144$240,872,291$139,251,180 2,313.8 Cleveland Clinic Hospital $18,725,776$58,370,216$54,822,000$36,096,224 402.0 Coral Springs Medical Center $34,339,233$83,909,021$78,808,349$44,469,116 751.2 Florida Medical Center $48,158,079$141,447,974$132,849,617$84,691,538 1,087.7 Ft. Lauderdale Hospital $3,467,743$7,474,506$7,020,145$3,552,402 94.1 Hollywood Medical Center $16,601,037$53,114,028$49,885,326$33,284,289 389.9 Hollywood Pavilion $1,856,598$3,450,789$3,241,022$1,384,424 50.2 Holy Cross Hospital $111,655,282$255,568,509$240,032,978$128,377,696 2,152.3 Imperial Point Medical Center $26,284,881$68,211,839$64,065,369$37,780,488 579.7 Kindred Hospital Ft. Lauderdale $9,741,183$24,047,516$22,585,713$12,844,530 195.4 Kindred Hospital Hollywood $12,515,883$26,762,455$25,135,616$12,619,733 281.2 Memorial Hospital Pembroke $34,796,184$73,704,567$69,224,204$34,428,020 769.7 Memorial Hospital West $74,145,421$149,045,374$139,985,185$65,839,764 1,607.1 Memorial Regional Hospital $175,354,155$384,727,456$361,340,595$185,986,440 3,678.7 North Broward Medical Center $56,055,068$142,682,185$134,008,802$77,953,734 1,242.7 North Ridge Medical Center $30,261,663$100,692,627$94,571,711$64,310,048 667.4 Northwest Medical Center $33,009,312$95,235,379$89,446,199$56,436,887 699.0 Plantation General Hospital $33,226,256$88,454,125$83,077,164$49,850,908 679.7 South Florida State Hospital $15,916,769$26,928,059$25,291,153$9,374,384 404.0 St. John's Rehabilitation & Hlthcare Cen $1,383,831$3,090,739$2,902,859$1,519,028 32.4 University Hospital & Medical Center $29,010,263$78,370,949$73,606,926$44,596,663 723.4 Westside Regional Medical Center $34,648,778$111,097,155$104,343,767$69,694,989 777.7 BROWARD COUNTY TOTALS $906,155,771$2,239,754,991$2,103,604,482$1,197,448,711 19,667.8 Calhoun-Liberty Hospital, Inc. $1,910,058$4,216,766$3,960,437$2,050,379 50.0 CALHOUN COUNTY TOTALS $1,910,058$4,216,766$3,960,437$2,050,379 50.0 Bon Secours-St. Joseph Hospital $26,282,903$74,855,331$70,305,016$44,022,113 786.5 Charlotte Regional Medical Center $29,808,139$92,958,974$87,308,172$57,500,033 729.2 Fawcett Memorial Hospital $24,885,644$79,991,020$75,128,516$50,242,872 608.9 CHARLOTTE COUNTY TOTALS $80,976,686$247,805,325$232,741,704$151,765,018 2,124.6 Citrus Memorial Hospital $28,626,700$78,873,807$74,079,216$45,452,516 863.8 Seven Rivers Community Hospital $13,933,792$36,802,921$34,565,740$20,631,948 386.3 CITRUS COUNTY TOTALS $42,560,492$115,676,728$108,644,956$66,084,464 1,250.1 Kindred Hospital North Florida $7,025,241$19,562,799$18,373,613$11,348,372 160.8 Orange Park Medical Center $33,230,820$97,356,018$91,437,928$58,207,108 698.3 CLAY COUNTY TOTALS $40,256,061$116,918,817$109,811,541$69,555,480 859.1

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26 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Cleveland Clinic $16,571,867$46,416,832$43,595,240$27,023,373 362.0 Naples Community Hospital, Inc. $105,076,599$282,608,632$265,429,383$160,352,784 3,479.0 The Willough Healthcare System $3,549,317$11,179,687$10,500,095$6,950,778 98.3 COLLIER COUNTY TOTALS $125,197,783$340,205,151$319,524,717$194,326,934 3,939.3 Lake City Medical Center $10,602,878$35,904,624$33,722,049$23,119,171 258.8 Shands at Lake Shore $13,204,765$28,930,978$27,172,318$13,967,553 346.8 COLUMBIA COUNTY TOTALS $23,807,643$64,835,602$60,894,367$37,086,724 605.6 Desoto Memorial Hospital, Inc $9,398,514$21,846,876$20,518,845$11,120,331 249.0 G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital $12,736,172$21,601,410$20,288,301$7,552,129 555.0 DESOTO COUNTY TOTALS $22,134,686$43,448,286$40,807,146$18,672,460 804.0 Baptist Medical Center $129,145,010$299,557,942$281,348,376$152,203,366 3,114.5 Baptist Medical Center Beaches $22,945,440$52,062,862$48,898,058$25,952,618 510.6 Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital and Centers $16,327,882$35,910,428$33,727,500$17,399,618 354.5 Memorial Hospital Jacksonville $59,989,449$194,428,503$182,609,559$122,620,110 1,286.4 Shands Jacksonville Medical Center $120,766,754$327,593,932$307,680,111$186,913,357 3,204.8 Specialty Hospital of Jacksonville $10,635,104$25,237,450$23,703,313$13,068,209 241.8 St. Luke's Hospital $73,194,664$249,728,120$234,547,616$161,352,952 1,668.8 St. Vincent's Medical Center $112,333,059$261,192,531$245,315,126$132,982,067 2,851.9 Ten Broeck Hospital Jacksonville $5,127,222$9,176,010$8,618,218$3,490,996 163.0 DUVAL COUNTY TOTALS $550,464,584$1,454,887,778$1,366,447,876$815,983,292 13,396.3 Baptist Hospital Pensacola $69,503,674$192,783,959$181,064,983$111,561,309 2,020.7 Sacred Heart Hospital of Pensacola $79,624,040$208,120,882$195,469,604$115,845,564 2,136.4 The Meredian $684,803$1,409,568$1,323,883$639,080 28.1 West Florida Hospital $43,475,820$141,434,902$132,837,339$89,361,519 1,052.8 ESCAMBIA COUNTY TOTALS $193,288,337$543,749,311$510,695,809$317,407,472 5,238.0 Memorial Hospital Flagler $12,278,310$33,646,296$31,601,001$19,322,691 287.8 FLAGLER COUNTY TOTALS $12,278,310$33,646,296$31,601,001$19,322,691 287.8 George E. Weems Hospital $1,729,596$3,732,492$3,505,601$1,776,005 50.2 FRANKLIN COUNTY TOTALS $1,729,596$3,732,492$3,505,601$1,776,005 50.2 Florida State Hospital $64,647,189$135,732,163$127,481,259$62,834,070 2,454.0 Gadsden Community Hospital $4,017,572$6,745,988$6,335,912$2,318,340 86.2 GADSDEN COUNTY TOTALS $68,664,761$142,478,151$133,817,171$65,152,410 2,540.2 Trinity Community Hospital $3,202,692$6,968,155$6,544,574$3,341,882 78.6 HAMILTON COUNTY TOTALS $3,202,692$6,968,155$6,544,574$3,341,882 78.6 Florida Hospital Wauchula $3,879,000$10,704,014$10,053,337$6,174,337 97.7 HARDEE COUNTY TOTALS $3,879,000$10,704,014$10,053,337$6,174,337 97.7

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27 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Hendry Regional Medical Center $5,403,131$13,283,434$12,475,959$7,072,828 158.6 HENDRY COUNTY TOTALS $5,403,131$13,283,434$12,475,959$7,072,828 158.6 Brooksville Regional Hospital $23,480,912$72,986,036$68,549,352$45,068,440 619.2 Oak Hill Hospital $27,958,408$82,754,516$77,724,024$49,765,616 712.1 Springbrook Hospital $2,450,762$5,100,613$4,790,556$2,339,794 95.0 HERNANDO COUNTY TOTALS $53,890,082$160,841,165$151,063,932$97,173,850 1,426.3 Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center $28,939,178$81,629,047$76,666,970$47,727,792 732.7 Highlands Regional Medical Center $13,542,652$38,616,724$36,269,286$22,726,634 358.4 HIGHLANDS COUNTY TOTALS $42,481,830$120,245,771$112,936,256$70,454,426 1,091.1 Brandon Regional Medical Center $49,884,192$149,851,912$140,742,695$90,858,503 1,202.4 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr/Rsrch Inst $61,969,934$169,512,298$159,207,963$97,238,029 1,466.4 Kindred Hospital Central Tampa $12,865,583$31,363,960$29,457,404$16,591,821 263.0 Kindred Hospital Tampa $8,693,031$21,184,577$19,896,806$11,203,775 177.4 Memorial Hospital of Tampa $16,910,275$49,941,939$46,906,062$29,995,787 426.5 South Bay Hospital $15,624,646$47,096,217$44,233,326$28,608,680 369.8 South Florida Baptist Hospital $19,458,390$45,155,275$42,410,370$22,951,980 484.4 St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc. $126,952,043$346,570,615$325,503,237$198,551,194 3,119.8 Tampa General Hospital $155,448,845$425,508,554$399,642,686$244,193,841 3,683.5 Town & Country Hospital $15,246,175$41,344,274$38,831,033$23,584,858 397.7 University Community Hospital $89,472,104$216,697,986$203,525,322$114,053,218 2,227.9 University Community Hospital at Carrollwood $19,493,890$45,809,967$43,025,265$23,531,375 489.8 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TOTALS $592,019,108$1,590,037,574$1,493,382,169$901,363,061 14,308.6 Doctors' Memorial Hospital $2,586,622$5,198,327$4,882,330$2,295,708 79.5 HOLMES COUNTY TOTALS $2,586,622$5,198,327$4,882,330$2,295,708 79.5 Indian River Memorial Hospital $46,947,117$127,098,767$119,372,671$72,425,554 1,229.0 Sebastian River Medical Center $13,711,457$39,464,986$37,065,983$23,354,526 322.7 INDIAN RIVER COUNTY TOTALS $60,658,574$166,563,753$156,438,655$95,780,081 1,551.7 Campbellton-Graceville Hospital $2,112,326$4,307,570$4,045,721$1,933,395 92.7 Jackson Hospital $11,739,053$27,430,353$25,762,913$14,023,860 333.2 Sunland Marianna Cox Medical Svc. Ctr. $1,784,824$1,980,653$1,860,253$75,429 28.3 JACKSON COUNTY TOTALS $15,636,203$33,718,576$31,668,887$16,032,684 454.2 Florida Hospital Waterman $37,717,097$95,146,976$89,363,170$51,646,073 1,002.8 Leesburg Regional Medical Center $70,361,644$159,204,423$149,526,684$79,165,040 1,470.1 Lifestream Behavioral Center $1,677,228$3,307,910$3,106,828$1,429,600 65.8 South Lake Hospital $15,247,206$39,478,010$37,078,216$21,831,010 417.5 LAKE COUNTY TOTALS $125,003,175$297,137,319$279,074,898$154,071,723 2,956.2

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28 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Cape Coral Hospital $36,170,484$93,856,121$88,150,783$51,980,299 898.0 Gulf Coast Hospital $10,409,966$34,244,249$32,162,605$21,752,639 229.4 Lee Memorial Health System $113,194,157$266,407,374$250,212,969$137,018,812 2,423.1 Lehigh Regional Medical Center $8,187,134$19,142,868$17,979,209$9,792,075 243.6 Southwest Florida Regional Medical C enter $34,478,289$124,814,089$117,226,874$82,748,585 824.3 LEE COUNTY TOTALS $202,440,030$538,464,701$505,732,441$303,292,411 4,618.4 Capital Regional Medical Center $21,948,956$71,774,437$67,411,403$45,462,447 545.0 Eastside Psychiatric Hospital $1,336,460$2,558,681$2,403,144$1,066,684 48.8 Tallahassee Memorial Hospital $132,552,359$271,244,775$254,756,313$122,203,954 3,152.8 LEON COUNTY TOTALS $155,837,775$345,577,893$324,570,860$168,733,085 3,746.6 Nature Coast Regional Health Network $2,023,541$6,171,355$5,796,210$3,772,669 76.5 LEVY COUNTY TOTALS $2,023,541$6,171,355$5,796,210$3,772,669 76.5 Madison County Memorial Hospital $4,653,700$8,408,619$7,897,475$3,243,775 154.5 MADISON COUNTY TOTALS $4,653,700$8,408,619$7,897,475$3,243,775 154.5 Blake Medical Center $38,366,499$107,991,377$101,426,784$63,060,285 875.1 Manatee Glens Hospital $1,672,094$2,802,476$2,632,119$960,025 55.8 Manatee Memorial Hospital $46,560,922$137,480,181$129,123,018$82,562,096 1,274.3 Manatee Palms Youth Services $3,119,574$6,106,066$5,734,890$2,615,316 99.7 MANATEE COUNTY TOTALS $89,719,089$254,380,100$238,916,810$149,197,721 2,304.9 Munroe Regional Medical Center $86,466,270$208,359,657$195,693,864$109,227,594 2,172.5 Ocala Regional Medical Center $36,543,510$113,343,973$106,454,005$69,910,495 905.7 MARION COUNTY TOTALS $123,009,780$321,703,630$302,147,869$179,138,089 3,078.2 Martin Memorial Medical Center $78,180,383$171,251,981$160,841,894$82,661,511 1,798.9 Sandypines Hospital $3,039,220$6,209,321$5,831,868$2,792,648 94.2 MARTIN COUNTY TOTALS $81,219,603$177,461,302$166,673,762$85,454,159 1,893.1

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29 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Aventura Hospital & Medical Center $38,719,778$117,939,337$110,770,026$72,050,248 813.9 Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc. $147,072,794$397,670,875$373,497,208$226,424,414 3,397.8 Bascom Palmer Eye Institute $19,470,452$46,513,556$43,686,084$24,215,632 495.8 Cedars Medical Center $70,722,612$185,902,882$174,602,194$103,879,582 1,682.5 Coral Gables Hospital $20,186,848$58,377,221$54,828,579$34,641,731 470.5 Hialeah Hospital $33,436,871$87,177,829$81,878,452$48,441,581 770.4 Homestead Hospital $23,493,271$58,293,052$54,749,527$31,256,256 554.8 Jackson Memorial Hospital $455,944,047$1,067,895,881$1,002,980,492$547,036,445 9,436.8 Kendall Medical Center $46,089,539$134,169,449$126,013,540$79,924,001 1,091.1 Kindred Hospital South Florida/Coral Gables $7,937,964$16,994,552$15,961,485$8,023,521 172.3 Larkin Community Hospital $12,716,687$26,628,806$25,010,091$12,293,404 340.8 Mercy Hospital $73,363,039$202,015,262$189,735,133$116,372,094 1,678.1 Miami Children's Hospital $100,944,056$234,195,729$219,959,409$119,015,353 2,027.5 Miami Jewish Home and Hospital $1,819,882$3,665,223$3,442,421$1,622,539 71.0 Mount Sinai Medical Center $119,528,883$372,033,764$349,418,529$229,889,646 2,818.9 North Shore Medical Center $32,497,639$82,632,579$77,609,499$45,111,860 777.8 Palm Springs General Hospital $21,314,316$52,767,667$49,560,019$28,245,703 647.0 Palmetto General Hospital $50,768,133$161,031,774$151,242,954$100,474,821 1,268.4 Pan American Hospital $37,900,938$77,022,850$72,340,775$34,439,837 939.5 Parkway Regional Medical Center $40,833,011$103,760,650$97,453,235$56,620,224 949.7 South Miami Hospital $86,632,426$221,978,627$208,484,962$121,852,536 2,000.0 South Shore Hospital/Medical Ctr. $17,786,965$40,661,113$38,189,400$20,402,435 557.4 St. Catherine's Rehabilitation Hospital $2,850,211$6,572,080$6,172,576$3,322,365 62.7 University of Miami Hospital/Clinics $29,006,904$87,684,981$82,354,775$53,347,871 710.4 West Gables Rehabilitation Hospital $7,469,045$16,802,998$15,781,575$8,312,530 223.5 Westchester General Hospital $19,515,927$45,078,886$42,338,625$22,822,698 599.0 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY TOTALS $1,518,022,238$3,905,467,623$3,668,061,565$2,150,039,327 34,557.6 Fishermen's Hospital $6,795,606$20,933,027$19,660,548$12,864,942 160.6 Lower Keys Medical Center DePoo $18,465,350$43,880,948$41,213,507$22,748,157 427.2 Mariners Hospital $8,007,554$22,573,606$21,201,399$13,193,845 185.9 MONROE COUNTY TOTALS $33,268,510$87,387,581$82,075,454$48,806,944 773.7 Baptist Medical Center Nassau $11,927,304$27,264,157$25,606,820$13,679,516 289.4 NASSAU COUNTY TOTALS $11,927,304$27,264,157$25,606,820$13,679,516 289.4 Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center $30,492,415$89,051,696$83,638,410$53,145,995 797.7 Gulf Coast Treatment Center $6,565,904$11,931,930$11,206,610$4,640,706 240.1 North Okaloosa Medical Center $17,453,783$48,435,215$45,490,929$28,037,146 476.0 Twin Cities Hospital $8,660,251$25,751,209$24,185,841$15,525,590 201.7 OKALOOSA COUNTY TOTALS $63,172,353$175,170,050$164,521,791$101,349,438 1,715.5 Raulerson Hospital $13,828,722$37,742,893$35,448,573$21,619,851 366.8 OKEECHOBEE COUNTY TOTALS $13,828,722$37,742,893$35,448,573$21,619,851 366.8

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30 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses Average Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Florida Hospital Orlando $445,520,681$1,076,555,081$1,011,113,315$565,592,634 10,183.3 Health Central $35,348,558$80,075,014$75,207,404$39,858,846 914.8 La Amistad Residential Treatment Center $2,492,337$4,887,528$4,590,424$2,098,087 66.0 Lakeside Alternatives $13,657,323$30,018,645$28,193,868$14,536,545 467.0 Orlando Regional Healthcare System $350,448,195$776,020,362$728,847,538$378,399,343 8,579.6 University Behavioral Center $4,783,043$9,003,442$8,456,140$3,673,097 149.7 ORANGE COUNTY TOTALS $852,250,137$1,976,560,072$1,856,408,689$1,004,158,552 20,360.4 Osceola Regional Medical Center $35,808,906$104,516,906$98,163,519$62,354,613 761.9 OSCEOLA COUNTY TOTALS $35,808,906$104,516,906$98,163,519$62,354,613 761.9 A.G. Holley State Hospital $4,981,197$9,615,730$9,031,208$4,050,011 135.0 Bethesda Memorial Hospital $56,285,668$148,383,063$139,363,135$83,077,467 1,480.9 Boca Raton Community Hospital $86,961,512$203,483,700$191,114,307$104,152,795 1,802.0 Columbia Hospital $24,986,587$65,606,043$61,617,975$36,631,388 570.3 Delray Medical Center $52,274,330$151,560,067$142,347,015$90,072,685 1,083.4 Glades General Hospital $9,475,407$26,528,858$24,916,218$15,440,811 246.9 Good Samaritan Medical Center $31,422,519$96,155,065$90,309,979$58,887,460 757.5 JFK Medical Center $77,912,746$241,542,423$226,859,512$148,946,766 1,749.9 Jupiter Medical Center $43,839,123$113,073,492$106,199,966$62,360,843 1,096.1 Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches $2,311,377$4,278,278$4,018,209$1,706,832 73.4 Palm Beach Gardens Medical Ctr. $33,316,224$122,741,887$115,280,638$81,964,414 725.7 Palms West Hospital $27,872,419$75,968,951$71,350,941$43,478,522 625.3 Pinecrest Rehab. Hospital at Delray $12,174,738$28,672,865$26,929,895$14,755,157 278.2 St. Mary's Medical Center $58,987,965$131,241,752$123,263,812$64,275,847 1,380.0 Wellington Regional Medical Center $20,630,790$54,574,212$51,256,748$30,625,958 510.5 West Boca Medical Center $32,956,468$79,648,461$74,806,780$41,850,312 691.1 PALM BEACH COUNTY TOTALS $576,389,070$1,553,074,847$1,458,666,337$882,277,267 13,206.2 Community Hospital of New Port Richey $33,310,154$96,953,427$91,059,810$57,749,656 800.5 East Pasco Medical Center $22,119,770$63,323,605$59,474,282$37,354,512 556.3 Morton Plant North Bay Medical Center $15,825,116$36,728,120$34,495,486$18,670,370 398.6 Pasco Regional Medical Center $13,451,304$33,532,773$31,494,379$18,043,075 304.4 Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point $38,758,221$148,313,217$139,297,534$100,539,313 861.0 PASCO COUNTY TOTALS $123,464,565$378,851,142$355,821,491$232,356,926 2,920.8

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31 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs All Children's Hospital $78,361,830$176,838,065$166,088,410$87,726,580 1,668.7 Bayfront Medical Center $71,633,351$176,527,529$165,796,751$94,163,400 1,673.1 Edward White Hospital $11,294,506$38,645,279$36,296,105$25,001,599 255.8 Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital $25,748,689$70,103,284$65,841,837$40,093,148 686.9 Kindred Hospital Bay Area/St. Petersburg $8,595,012$21,952,852$20,618,379$12,023,367 185.2 Largo Medical Center $31,188,481$104,453,864$98,104,309$66,915,828 705.2 Mease Hospitals $63,181,889$165,376,841$155,323,893$92,142,004 1,434.9 Morton Plant Hospital $78,815,850$223,257,571$209,686,162$130,870,312 1,819.7 Northside Hospital & Heart Institute $25,627,929$86,404,605$81,152,231$55,524,302 566.6 Palms of Pasadena Hospital $26,927,649$78,927,634$74,129,771$47,202,122 681.2 St. Anthony's Hospital, Inc. $40,088,933$97,187,998$91,280,122$51,191,189 918.3 St. Petersburg General Hospital $19,742,588$60,709,435$57,019,022$37,276,434 444.3 Sun Coast Healthcare $23,868,540$66,499,058$62,456,705$38,588,165 633.6 Windmoor Healthcare $4,378,724$8,805,547$8,270,274$3,891,550 122.4 PINELLAS COUNTY TOTALS $509,453,971$1,375,689,562$1,292,063,971$782,610,000 11,795.9 Bartow Memorial Hospital $8,751,431$33,286,910$31,263,461$22,512,030 225.8 Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center $19,780,129$54,010,939$50,727,715$30,947,586 466.0 Lakeland Regional Medical Center $117,516,262$279,705,360$262,702,595$145,186,333 2,731.1 Winter Haven Hospital $87,495,621$194,158,793$182,356,244$94,860,623 2,556.1 POLK COUNTY TOTALS $233,543,443$561,162,002$527,050,015$293,506,572 5,979.0 Putnam Medical Center $16,945,438$50,632,755$47,554,885$30,609,447 450.7 PUTNAM COUNTY TOTALS $16,945,438$50,632,755$47,554,885$30,609,447 450.7 Jay Hospital $3,618,558$8,279,481$7,776,187$4,157,629 118.1 Santa Rosa Medical Center $11,899,959$27,064,566$25,419,362$13,519,403 286.2 West Florida Community Care Ctr. $3,352,753$6,301,418$5,918,367$2,565,614 122.3 SANTA ROSA COUNTY TOTALS $18,871,270$41,645,465$39,113,915$20,242,645 526.6 Bon Secours-Venice Healthcare $35,415,759$91,618,415$86,049,103$50,633,344 898.0 Doctors Hospital of Sarasota $23,870,976$75,567,384$70,973,784$47,102,808 537.2 Englewood Community Hospital $11,627,727$37,965,242$35,657,406$24,029,679 275.4 Sarasota Memorial Hospital $125,603,916$321,334,055$301,800,760$176,196,844 2,915.3 SARASOTA COUNTY TOTALS $196,518,378$526,485,096$494,481,054$297,962,676 4,625.9 Central Florida Regional Hospital $32,340,710$90,117,352$84,639,287$52,298,577 691.2 SEMINOLE COUNTY TOTALS $32,340,710$90,117,352$84,639,287$52,298,577 691.2 Flagler Hospital $45,116,807$108,207,064$101,629,359$56,512,552 1,140.4 ST. JOHNS COUNTY TOTALS $45,116,807$108,207,064$101,629,359$56,512,552 1,140.4 Lawnwood Regional Medical Center $43,959,012$126,759,749$119,054,261$75,095,249 941.1 Savannas Hospital $4,821,332$10,039,846$9,429,543$4,608,211 143.0 St. Lucie Medical Center $28,131,332$84,350,080$79,222,597$51,091,265 648.8 ST. LUCIE COUNTY TOTALS $76,911,676$221,149,675$207,706,401$130,794,725 1,732.9

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32 Appendix C. Selected Financial Data and Full-time Employee Equivalents (FTEs), Florida Hospitals by County, Fiscal Year 2002, (continued) Hospital Total SalariesTotal Expenses A verage Operating Expenses Operating Expenses excluding Salaries Total FTEs Shands at Live Oak $4,735,702$9,834,256$9,236,450$4,500,748 118.5 SUWANNEE COUNTY TOTALS $4,735,702$9,834,256$9,236,450$4,500,748 118.5 Doctors Memorial Hospital $9,245,396$19,889,603$18,680,551$9,435,155 272.0 TAYLOR COUNTY TOTALS $9,245,396$19,889,603$18,680,551$9,435,155 272.0 Lake Butler Hospital/Hand Surgery Center $1,766,799$3,561,345$3,344,858$1,578,059 51.3 North Florida Reception Ctr Hospital $14,100,716$22,848,171$21,459,274$7,358,558 271.0 UNION COUNTY TOTALS $15,867,515$26,409,516$24,804,131$8,936,616 322.3 Bert Fish Medical Center $18,490,965$52,712,044$49,507,778$31,016,813 508.9 Florida Hospital Oceanside $49,682,086$141,914,136$133,287,442$83,605,356 1,176.4 Florida Hospital Deland $22,375,572$64,421,997$60,505,905$38,130,333 543.4 Florida Hospital Fish Memorial $25,133,312$74,328,636$69,810,338$44,677,026 615.6 Halifax Community Health System $114,071,829$288,474,051$270,938,254$156,866,425 2,717.0 VOLUSIA COUNTY TOTALS $229,753,764$621,850,864$584,049,715$354,295,951 5,561.3 Healthmark Regional Medical Center $4,627,366$11,648,675$10,940,574$6,313,208 179.6 WALTON COUNTY TOTALS $4,627,366$11,648,675$10,940,574$6,313,208 179.6 Northwest Florida Community Hospital $5,480,368$12,876,663$12,093,915$6,613,547 202.7 WASHINGTON COUNTY TOTALS $5,480,368$12,876,663$12,093,915$6,613,547 202.7


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