- 1 Is St. Jude really free?
- 2 How much does it cost to go to St. Jude?
- 3 How much does it cost per day to run St. Jude’s Hospital?
- 4 How many St. Jude’s hospitals are in the US?
- 5 What percentage of donations actually go to St. Jude’s?
- 6 How much money does the CEO of St. Jude’s Hospital make?
- 7 What is the survival rate at St Judes Hospital?
Is St. Jude really free?
Jude shares all its discoveries freely with the world. All patients accepted for St. Jude treatment receive care whether or not they or their families can pay for it. Jude to pay for treatments, copayments, deductibles, coinsurance, and any other costs your insurance does not cover.
How much does it cost to go to St. Jude?
Jude must be raised from generous donors. The treatments for pediatric cancer can last up to three years or more and cost on average $425,000, including housing, travel and food but the individual cost of care can vary greatly.
How much does it cost per day to run St. Jude’s Hospital?
The daily operating cost of St. Jude is $2.2 million. Approximately 75% of the costs of St. Jude are covered by public contributions.
How many St. Jude’s hospitals are in the US?
St. Jude has eight affiliate clinics across the United States that can offer much of a child’s care closer to their location. The physicians and staff at these sites work in collaboration with the staff of St. Jude to deliver state-of-the-art care and innovative clinical trials.
What percentage of donations actually go to St. Jude’s?
Jude must be raised from generous donors. In addition, we also receive some revenue from insurance recoveries, research grant funding and returns on our investments. When you look at total revenue, ALSAC and St. Jude are proud that 82 cents of every dollar received has gone to support patients and research at St.
How much money does the CEO of St. Jude’s Hospital make?
$ 958,886: Richard C Shadyac, CEO and Ex-Officio Director.
What is the survival rate at St Judes Hospital?
St. Jude patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia have a 94 percent survival rate, the best worldwide outcomes for that disease. St. Jude was the first hospital in the U.S. to remove cranial irradiation from treatment for ALL while maintaining excellent survival rates.