KU Hospital revenue jumps to more than $1B
The University of Kansas Hospital reported Tuesday that it had revenue of $1.06 billion for the year that ended June 30. That's up 22.2 percent from the previous year. One factor in the revenue growth was the first full year of revenue from the hospital's merger with Kansas City Cancer Center. Another highlight was that the hospital's employee count hit 5,892, compared with 2,200 in 1998.
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