Kansas City, Kan. Kansas University Hospital says patient visits and revenues increased during the fiscal year ending June 30.
The Kansas City, Kan., hospital says in its annual report that outpatient visits increased 7 percent, to almost 362,000, and emergency room visits rose nearly 4 percent, to about 46,000.
It discharged 26,000 patients from hospital stays, an increase of 8 percent.
Revenues during the last fiscal year were $805 million, according to the annual report. That's an increase of almost $55 million, or 7 percent over the previous fiscal year.
The hospital also provided more care to patients who couldn't pay for services. The value of such care was nearly $37 million in the last fiscal year, up $3.4 million, or 10 percent from the previous fiscal year.