By The Numbers: McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center

The Springfield for-profit hospital had a profit margin of 25 percent last year.

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McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield is Oregon's most profitable hospital, with increasing revenues since 2012.

  • 2017: Profit margin: 25 percent; profit of $52 million on operating revenues of $203 million.
  • 2016: Profit margin: 30 percent; profit of $60 million on revenues of $198 million.
  • 2015: Profit margin: 30 percent; profit of $54 million on revenues of $188 million.
  • 2014: Profit margin: 19 percent; profit of $27.3 million on revenues of $151 million.
  • 2013: Profit margin: 13 percent; profit of $17 million on revenues of $135 million.
  • 2012: Profit margin: 9 percent; profit of $12 million on revenues of $125 million.

Source: Oregon Health Authority