Investing in Our Communities

Our networks of care are fundamental to the community infrastructure, and we take that responsibility seriously. HCA Healthcare is a major contributor to the local economies where our hospitals are located and where we live.

~280,000

people employed

$23.6B

in payroll and benefits

$4.2B

capital investment in land, buildings and equipment

Higher Education

We also invest in our future leaders through scholarship programs. Approximately 800 dependents of HCA Healthcare colleagues received higher education scholarships totaling $3.3 million through the HCA Healthcare Scholars Program for the 2019-2020 academic year.

14%

are first-generation college students

94%

are seeking bachelor’s degrees

31%

are the children of nurses

In 2019, we launched HCA Healthcare Scholars at Fisk University, a program with one of the nation’s esteemed historically black colleges, to provide scholarships, career planning and internship opportunities for high-achieving undergraduate students. We have committed $1 million to the program over a four-year period, 2019-2023.