Facts and Stats
Dedicated to delivering superior patient care and identifying new treatments through research, Seattle Children’s is an innovative leader in pediatric health and wellness. With a history of more than 100 years, we celebrate our past while keeping a keen eye on our future.
Some highlights of our 2022 fiscal year appear below. For more information, please click on the link below to access a tri-fold brochure PDF. If you are printing the brochure, we recommend using 11”x17” paper and printing double-sided.
Our dedicated employees and volunteers are the heart of Seattle Children’s. In 2022, we had:
- 9,490 total active employees
- 1,918 total active medical staff
- 1,716 total member nurses, Washington State Nurses Association
- 1,034 total physicians in training (academic year 2021–2022)
- 333 total medical students in training (academic year 2021-2022)
- An average of 477 volunteers per month, serving a total of 59,000+ hours
Our workforce is dedicated to providing compassionate care to every patient we serve.
- In 2022, we had 391,653 patient visits.
- The five reasons for inpatient admission were seizure, chemotherapy, respiratory infections, pulmonary edema and respiratory failure, and bronchitis and RSV pneumonia.
- Our top five outpatient services were Rehabilitation Medicine; Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine; Orthopedics and Sports Medicine; Heart Center; and Otolaryngology.
- We performed 11,250 outpatient surgeries and 3,902 inpatient surgeries.
- We had 364 total licensed beds in operation as of December 31, 2022:
- Medical/Surgical Unit: 167
- Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (including Cardiac ICU): 64
- Cancer and Blood Disorders Center - Inpatient: 48
- Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit: 41
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: 32
- Rehabilitation Unit: 12
We build on a culture of philanthropy for patient care and research.
Seattle Children’s Hospital
- We had gross revenue of $3,359,395,000.
- We provided $260,659,000 in uncompensated care that was not offset by payments from Medicaid, grants and donations.
- Our payor mix included 49% from Medicaid and 51% from insurance and managed care.
Seattle Children’s Research Division
- We had $218,663,411 in total extramural funding.
- The federal government provided $119,277,657 and corporations provided $20,943,785.
- Learn more about the research institute.
Seattle Children’s Foundation and Seattle Children’s Guild Association
- We received philanthropic support totaling $139,835,200.
- We provided $42,451,943 of support to the research division.
- Learn more about ways to help Seattle Children’s, including the guild association – the largest all-volunteer fundraising network for any hospital in the nation.