The Hospital Corporation of America (HCA Holdings) is the largest private health care operator in the world with hospitals and surgery centers in both the US and the UK. HCA Holdings was founded in 1968 in Nashville, TN. Today, HCA Holdings is comprised of 165 hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery center, employing 204,000 people.
2nd Amendment Rights
HCA Holdings has funded the YWCA, a member of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. According to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, “The insurrectionist ideology promoted by the NRA and other pro-gun groups is corrosive to the democratic values and institutions that protect the freedoms we enjoy as Americans.” (HCA Foundation Tax Form 990, www.guidestar.org, 2012) (Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Website, http://csgv.org/about-us/member-organizations/, Accessed 7/18/14) (Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Website, http://csgv.org/issues/, Accessed 7/18/14)
HCA Holdings has remained neutral on environment issues.
HCA Holdings has remained neutral on marriage issues. HCA Holdings received a score of 70 on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2016 Corporate Equality Index. (HRC 2016 Corporate Equality Index, www.hrc.org, Accessed 12/16/15)
HCA Holdings has directly matched gifts to Planned Parenthood, Accessed 3/1/17.
HCA Holdings has contributed to March of Dimes, which contributes to organizations that promote abortion, Accessed 3/1/17.
HCA Holdings has funded United Way chapters that directly fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 3/1/17.
HCA Holdings has funded YWCA, a pro-choice organization, Accessed 3/1/17.
HCA Holdings has contributed to The Salvation Army, a pro-life organization, Accessed 3/1/17.
HCA Holdings has remained neutral on the issue of education.