It was another healthy year for Eastern Carolina's largest hospital. Pitt County Memorial Hospital made $39.2 million in profit this past year.
The Greenville hospital said it set new records with 42,375 admissions, 3,754 births and 73,981 emergency department visits. Revenues totaled nearly $920 million.
Last year the hospital posted a $20 million profit on revenues of $859 million.
In the last year PCMH increased its workforce to 6,173 full-time positions, 92 more than fiscal year 2009.
As a non-profit, PCMH says all income is reinvested back into the hospital in the form of buildings, property and equipment. The hospital says it spent over $45 million on facilities, property and equipment during fiscal year 2010.
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