Hospital Corporation of America

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Hospital Corporation of America
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The Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) is a Tennessee-based hospital company founded in 1968. It is comprised of 164 hospitals across the U.S. and Great Britain.[1]

The strategic goals of HCA are:[2]

  • Putting patients first
  • Investing in our communities
  • Focusing on leading hospitals in core communities
  • Improving local operations through efficient use of resources
  • Building strong physician relationships

Campaign Contributions

State Candidates

2010

Florida

In 2010, HCA contributed $67,500 to state senate candidates in Florida and $196,500 to Florida state representative candidates. In that state it was the 7th and 4th largest donor to state senate and state house campaigns, respectively.

The top 21 recipients of HCA campaign contributions in Florida were:[3]

Candidate Amount Result
Republican Party Thad Altman, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Lizbeth Benacquisto, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Ellyn Bogdanoff, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Pam Bondi, Attorney General $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Dean Cannon, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Chris Dorworth, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Anitere Flores, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Democratic Party Dan Gelber, Attorney General $4,000 Defeatedd
Republican Party Alan Hays, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Doug Holder, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Mike Horner, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Jack Latvala, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Jeanette Nuñez, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Jimmy Patronis, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Stephen Precourt, House $4,000 Approveda
Democratic Party Kevin Rader, Senate $4,000 Defeatedd
Republican Party Robert Schenck, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party John Thrasher, Senate $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party John Tobia, House $4,000 Approveda
Republican Party Will Weatherford, House $4,000 Approveda


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