HCA is the acronym for Hospital Corporation of America, an American health care operator headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. HCA manages a total of 177 hospitals and 119 free-standing surgery centers across the US and UK. The business has 204,000 employees located around the world, fulfilling a range of employment opportunities in administration, accounting, HR and marketing. They also employ a large number of medical professionals including surgeons, midwifes, doctors, nurses, and others.
HCA was founded in 1968 by Dr. Thomas Frist Sr., his son Dr. Thomas Frist Jr., and an associate, Jack C. Massey. The trio opened their first hospital - Park View Hospital - near downtown Nashville, while working out of their own home not far away.
HCA first went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 1969 and has enjoyed strong growth since then. In 2016, the company reported $41.490 billion USD in revenue and $2.890 billion USD in net profit.
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