UHS ranks #270 on Fortune 500 list of America’s corporations by revenue
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., June 14, 2021 — Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE: UHS), one of the largest and most respected providers of hospital and healthcare services, is honored to announce it is again ranked on the annual Fortune 500 list – this year at #270. The Fortune 500 list ranks corporations in the United States based on total revenue and is an industry standard in ranking America’s largest companies.
The Fortune 500 list is one of the most widely recognized corporate revenue ranking lists in the world, and this year marked the 67th publication of the annual ranking. UHS has been ranked on the list for 18 years.
“In 2020, we delivered care to over three million patients across inpatient and outpatient access points. In our Acute Care division and our Behavioral Health division, we continued on a strong growth trajectory — expanding our hospitals and facilities, opening de novo facilities, adding beds, opening new Freestanding Emergency Departments, and launching partnerships with highly esteemed industry healthcare leaders,” said Marc D. Miller, President and CEO. “Our team remains focused on delivering high-quality patient care in the markets we serve.”
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FORTUNE 500 Methodology:
Companies are ranked by total revenues for their respective fiscal years. Included in the survey are companies that are incorporated in the U.S. and operate in the U.S. and file financial statements with a government agency. This includes private companies and cooperatives that file a 10-K or a comparable financial statement with a government agency, and mutual insurance companies that file with state regulators. It also includes companies that file with a government agency but are owned by private companies, domestic or foreign, that do not file such financial statements. Excluded are private companies not filing with a government agency; companies incorporated outside the U.S.; and U.S. companies consolidated by other companies, domestic or foreign, that file with a government agency. Also excluded are companies that failed to report full financial statements for at least three-quarters of the current fiscal year. Percent change calculations for revenue, net income, and earnings per share are based on data as originally reported. They are not restated for mergers, acquisitions, or accounting changes. The only changes to the prior years’ data are for significant restatement due to reporting errors that require a company to file an amended 10-K.