CEDARS-SINAI ALERT COVID-19 (coronavirus)

INFORMATION AND UPDATES FOR PATIENTS AND VISITORS

Facts and Reports

As a nonprofit organization, we’re deeply committed to supporting the community in which we work, play, gather and live.

Key Volumes and Other Statistics

July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

886 | 133*

Licensed Beds

268,011 | 15,798*

Patient Days

802,354 | 15,017* | 716,665**

Outpatient Visits

50,646 | 4,687*

Admissions

91,014 | 34,751*

Emergency Visits

2,145

Active Research Projects

14,121 | 717*

Full-Time Employees

2112 | 465*

Physicians on Medical Staff

146

Fellows

299

Residents

3,548

Volunteers

180,234 Volunteer Hours
41 Volunteer Programs

$673,478,000

Contribution for Community Benefit

$37.5 million

465 Total Active Technologies

78 Invention Disclosures

*Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital  ** Cedars-Sinai Medical Network

Financial Snapshot

July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

INCOME AND EXPENSES

Revenue from patient care and other sources

$4,277,947,000

Expenses

$3,878,640

Operating income

$399,307,000

Investment income

$141,132,000

Net income to reinvest in Cedars-Sinai's mission

$540,439,000

USES OF NET INCOME

Long-term debt to be repaid

$1,221,688,000

Capital expenditures for facilities, renovation, technology and other

$337,141,000

This year's payment on long-term debt

$31,045,000

COMMUNITY BENEFIT CONTRIBUTION

Unreimbursed cost of direct medical care for the poor and underserved

 (excludes the unreimbursed cost of caring for Medicare patients)

  • Charity care and uncompensated care for the uninsured $29,301,000
  • Unreimbursed cost of caring for Medi-Cal patients $69,712,000

$99,013,000

Unreimbursed cost of specialty government programs

$1,893,000

Unreimbursed cost of direct medical care for Medicare patients

$357,497,000

Community benefit programs, charitable contributions, and education and training for physicians and other health professionals

 (includes hundreds of free community education and medical screening/immunization programs offered at the medical center and in local schools, homeless shelters and community centers)

$128,230,000

Research programs

  • Total cost of research $227,281,000
  • Less: Research funding from grants ($140,436,000)

$86,845,000

Total quantifiable community benefit

$673,478,000


Annual Reports

Our annual “Report to the Community” collects a series of stories and information about our patient care, research, education, community benefit and philanthropy.

Community Benefit

Cedars-Sinai contributes hundreds of millions of dollars each year to traditional charity care services, education, research and community health programs to serve the uninsured and underinsured.