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Independent hospitals are a rare breed in Tampa Bay

Who owns your hospital?

If the deal between Bayfront Medical Center and Health Management Associates (HMA) is successful, the Tampa Bay area will have only two independent hospitals: Tampa General and Moffitt Cancer Center. Here is a list of hospitals in the four-county area, and the larger entities that are their owners or affiliates. HMA, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) and IASIS Healthcare are for-profit firms; the rest are private, not-for-profits.


All Children's Hospital (Johns Hopkins Medicine)

Bayfront Medical Center (independent)

Bay Pines VA Medical Center (federal government)

Edward White Hospital (HCA)

Florida Hospital North Pinellas (Adventist Health System)

Largo Medical Center (HCA)

Mease Countryside Hospital (BayCare)

Mease Dunedin Hospital (BayCare)

Morton Plant Hospital (BayCare)

Northside Hospital (HCA)

Palms of Pasadena Hospital (IASIS Healthcare)

St. Anthony's Hospital (BayCare)

St. Petersburg General Hospital (HCA)


Brandon Regional Hospital (HCA)

Florida Hospital Carrollwood (Adventist Health System)

Florida Hospital Tampa (Adventist Health System)

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center (independent)

James A. Haley VA Medical Center (federal goverment)

Memorial Hospital of Tampa (IASIS Healthcare)

Shriners Hospitals for Children (Shriners International)

South Bay Hospital (HCA)

South Florida Baptist Hospital (BayCare)

St. Joseph's Hospital (BayCare)

St. Joseph's Hospital North (BayCare)

Tampa General Hospital (independent)

Town & Country Hospital (IASIS Healthcare)


Florida Hospital Zephyrhills (Adventist Health System)

Medical Center of Trinity (HCA)

Morton Plant North Bay Hospital (BayCare)

Pasco Regional Medical Center (HMA)

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point (HCA)


Brooksville Regional Hospital (HMA)

Oak Hill Hospital (HCA)

Spring Hill Regional Hospital (HMA)

Independent hospitals are a rare breed in Tampa Bay 10/24/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 11:02pm]
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