Revenue $1,601,239 in thousands
Expenses $1,519,105 in thousands
Total assets in billions $0
University Parkland Harris JPS Health El Paso County
Health System Health System Health Network Hospital District
$2,589,394 $2,504,035 $1,709,078 $987,942 $706,184
University Health System has been dedicated to improving the health of people across the community for almost a century. Bexar County Hospital District property taxes help support a number of programs that improve health, save lives and train future healthcare providers.
As a public service, University Health System:
the premier level I trauma center for adults and the only level I pediatric trauma center and burn program for a vast region of South Texas, providing around-the-clock access to specialists and treating more than 6,851 seriously injured children and adults in 2016;
healthcare services and financial assistance through its CareLink program for low-income residents without access to affordable health coverage through their workplace or government programs;
the primary teaching facility for the UT Health Science Center School of Medicine, and provides clinical training to dozens of students in healthcare professions;
EMS services are available for residents in unincorporated areas of Bexar County;
the local mental health and mental retardation authorities;
two school-based health centers and a number of preventive health clinics.
In 2016, property taxes made up 22 percent of University Health System’s revenues. More detailed information is available in University Health System’s 2016 Audited Financial Report. Find it online at universityhealthsystem.com/our-news/public-notices