The city of Portland is home to five of Oregon’s ten largest general hospitals, with the state’s remaining top five hospitals located in Salem, Medford, Springfield, Clackamas and Bend.

Hospital Management has listed Oregon’s ten largest hospitals based on numbers of beds as of last year, using GlobalData’s research.

1. Oregon Health and Science University (OSHU) Hospital – 576 beds

The Oregon Health and Science University (OSHU) Hospital in Portland is Oregon’s largest hospital, with 576 licensed beds.

The multi-speciality academic medical centre also includes the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, which is recognised as one of the best paediatric facilities in the state.

OHSU Hospital provided emergency care to 27,475 patients last year. Of these, 20,631 were adults and 6,844 children.

The hospital is nationally ranked in six adult specialities, including cancer care, ear, nose and throat (ENT), geriatrics, neurology and neurosurgery, and pulmonology and lung surgery. It is also nationally ranked in neonatology and paediatric cancer, diabetes, nephrology, urology, neurology and pulmonology.

2. Legacy Emanuel Medical Centre – 554 beds

The Legacy Emanuel Medical Centre, also located in Portland, is the second largest hospital in Oregon, with 554 acute care beds.

The multi-speciality teaching hospital is part of Legacy Health, a non-profit health system that operates six hospitals and 70 clinics across the state’s greater Portland area and the mid-Willamette Valley.

Legacy Emanuel Medical Centre also houses the Randall Children’s Hospital and is designated as a Level I trauma centre. It is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to heart bypass surgery, stroke management and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

3. Providence St Vincent Medical Centre – 523 beds

The Providence St Vincent Medical Centre is a 523-bed tertiary care facility located in Portland, Oregon.

The full-service acute care hospital is part of non-profit health system Providence, which operates 52 hospitals and 1,085 clinics across Alaska, Montana, Oregon, California and Washington.

Providence St Vincent Medical Centre is certified as a comprehensive stroke centre and rated as high-performing in four adult specialities, namely geriatrics, orthopaedics, neurology and neurosurgery, and pulmonology and lung surgery.

4. Salem Hospital – 494 beds

The Salem Hospital is a 494-bed general medical and surgical facility in Salem, Oregon. It is one of two multi-speciality acute hospitals operated by Salem Health , a non-profit healthcare provider based in Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley.

Designated as a Level II trauma centre, the Salem Hospital handles more than 90,000 emergency visits and performs more than 13,000 surgeries each year.

It is rated as high-performing in the adult speciality of pulmonology and lung surgery, as well as procedures and conditions related to orthopaedics, heart and kidney failure, diabetes, colon cancer surgery, stroke management and back surgery.

5. Providence Portland Medical Centre – 483 beds

The Providence Portland Medical Centre is a 483-bed general medical and surgical facility located in Portland, Oregon.

Operated by non-profit health system Providence, the acute care hospital is recognised for clinical excellence in cancer, heart, orthopaedic, women’s health, rehabilitation and behavioural healthcare services. It handled 51,929 emergency visits and admitted 17,465 patients last year.

Providence Portland Medical Centre is rated as high-performing in the adult specialities of gastroenterology and gastrointestinal (GI) surgery, pulmonology and lung surgery, as well as procedures and conditions related to heart and kidney failure, lung and colon cancer surgery, maternity care, stroke management, and hip and knee replacement.

6. Asante Rogue Regional Medical Centre – 378 beds

The Asante Rogue Regional Medical Centre in Medford, Oregon, is a regional referral hospital with 378 inpatient beds. It is run by Asante, a non-profit healthcare provider based in southern Oregon.

The multi-speciality medical and surgical facility is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to cardiology and heart surgery, kidney failure, colon cancer surgery, knee replacement, stroke management, COPD and pneumonia.

7. PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Centre at RiverBend – 347 beds

The PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Centre at RiverBend is a 347-bed general medical and surgical facility in Springfield, Oregon. It is operated by PeaceHealth, a non-profit health system based in Vancouver, Washington.

Designated as a Level II trauma and comprehensive stroke centre, the tertiary care hospital admits more than 23,000 patients and performs around 15,000 surgeries each year.

PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Centre is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to heart and kidney failure, lung, colon and ovarian cancer surgery, diabetes, stroke management, COPD, and hip and knee replacement.

8. Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Centre – 303 beds

The Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Centre is a 303-bed general acute care hospital in Clackamas, Oregon. It is one of the 39 hospitals operated by Kaiser Permanente, a non-profit health system based in Oakland, California.

The hospital is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to cardiology and heart surgery, diabetes, kidney failure, lung and colon cancer surgery, stroke management, COPD, pneumonia, back surgery and hip fracture.

9. Adventist Medical Centre-Portland – 302 beds

The Adventist Medical Centre in Portland is a general acute care hospital with 302 inpatient beds. It is affiliated with OSHU and operated by Catholic non-profit health system Adventist Health.

The full-service medical and surgical facility handles around 55,000 emergency room visits and admits 12,000 patients each year. It is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to heart attack, heart and kidney failure and pneumonia.

10. St Charles Medical Centre-Bend – 292 beds

The St Charles Medical Centre in Bend, Oregon, is a general acute care hospital with 292 medical and surgical beds.

Recognised as a Level II trauma centre, the multi-speciality hospital is run by St Charles Health System, the largest non-profit healthcare provider in central Oregon.

St Charles Medical Centre-Bend is rated as high-performing in adult procedures and conditions related to cardiology and heart surgery, kidney failure, lung, colon and prostate cancer surgery, stroke management, back surgery, hip and knee replacement, COPD and pneumonia.