EIN 58-0905094

Medical Center Hospital Authority

IRS 501(c) type
Num. employees
Year formed
Most recent tax filings
Financials as of 2016-06
$18m: Prog svcs
$15m: Grants & donations
$227k: Rel orgs
$15m: Grants, in USA
$7m: Salaries, non-officers
$3m: Occup
$8m: Misc other expenses
$47m: Bldg & equip
$19m: Other sec
$7m: Cash
$9m: Misc other assets
$38m: Tax-exempt bonds
$33m: Other lia
$13m: Defer rev
$3m: Misc other liabilities
Tax-exempt status revoked
The IRS revoked the federal tax exemption for Medical Center Hospital Authority on 2019-11-15, for not filing a Form 990-series annual return or notice for three consecutive tax years.
Medical Center Hospital Authority is a community health system in Columbus, GA, which was founded in 1979 and most recently had $25,169,213 in revenue and no employees.
Related structure
Medical Center Hospital Authority is a subordinate organization under Piedmont Columbus Regional - Midtown.

Program areas at Medical Center Hospital Authority

Columbus consolidated government - indigent care programthe authority acts as a conduit for the medical center, inc. In securing funding for the indigent care program through the city of columbus and for funding from the state of Georgia for its physician training program. The associated revenues are shown in part i line 1d and the expense is shown in part ii line 22.in addition, the authority has developed the health and human services center. The health and human services center (the "center") is a 214,000 square foot complex constructed on approximately 5.5 acres in columbus, ga. The center houses a number of clinical and social services providers, including the muscogee county department of family and children services (dfacs), the west central district health department and the columbus health department, and many services of the medical center, inc., a tax-exempt organization affiliated with columbus regional healthcare system. The building consists of a five-story office tower and a connected two-story structure housing clinical and support services.the primary objective of the center is to provide modern and efficient facilities for the many clinical and social services programs offered by the tenants of the center, to reduce operating costs for the tenants and to improve the quality of patient and client services through innovative working relationships among the occupants of the center. The advantages of the center include efficient design and collocation of programs, lower operating costs for energy and building maintenance, consolidation of selected programs and services and overall improved access for patients and clients of dfacs, the columbus health department and columbus ambulatory healthcare services. Since many patients and clients require services from two or more of the centers occupants, the center includes an internal "mall-like" access to various programs and services, as well as improvements to communications through telephone and computer system integration.dfacs, a division of the Georgia department of human resources, occupies approximately 59,000 square feet in the center. Dfacs administers programs for the federal, state, and local government, including temporary assistance for needy families ("tanf"), the indigent care program, the food stamp program, medicaid eligibility, adoption programs, child protective services, foster care and special employment and general assistance services.the health department occupies approximately 80,000 square feet in the center, including space occupied by the health department's physical and mental health divisions and the west central health district. Programs operated by the health department include child health, dental health, environmental health, family planning, health education, maternal health, a senior referral service, a sexually transmitted disease program, teen health, tuberculosis control, vital records and the women, infants, and children supplemental food program.in 2005, the authority completed construction on the spring harbor at green island, a continuing care retirement community (ccrc) consisting of 196 independent living units, a health center with 30 personal care units, 30 specialty care beds, and 40 skilled nursing beds. The authority is the owner of the assets of spring harbor excluding the land which is owned by columbus regional healthcare system, pursuant to a ground lease dated june 1, 2004), as such, the assets and liabilities as well as revenues and expenses of spring harbor have been included in the authority's consolidated balance sheet and statements of revenues and expenses.
Other medical center hospital authority and spring harbor expensessee response on line 4a above
Joint board of family practice - physician training program see response on line 4a above

Form 990s for Medical Center Hospital Authority

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2016-062017-09-20990View PDF
2015-062016-08-05990View PDF
2014-062014-12-29990View PDF
2013-062014-03-20990View PDF
2012-062013-08-19990View PDF
...and 2 more Form 990s

Grants made by Medical Center Hospital Authority

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Piedmont Columbus Regional - MidtownSupport for Indigent Care Services$13,774,244
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Financials for Medical Center Hospital Authority

RevenuesFYE 06/2016
Total grants, contributions, etc.$15,659,963
Program services$18,362,267
Investment income and dividends$149,307
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$-9,002,324
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$25,169,213

Personnel at Medical Center Hospital Authority

Clint MorrisDirector of Corporate Finance
Allen ButcherAssistant Treasurer$0
Merrian DouglassPast Treasurer$0
 Subscribe to viewSecretary$0
 Subscribe to viewVice Chairman$0
...and 4 more key personnel

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General information
707 Center Street No 400
Columbus, GA 31901
Metro area
Columbus, GA-AL
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
E21: Community Health Systems
NAICS code, primary
622: Hospitals
Parent/child status
Subordinate organization
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