Las Vegas Valley hospitals reported Friday that 89 patients remained hospitalized with injuries suffered in Sunday’s mass shooting on the Strip, including 38 in critical condition.
University Medical Center, which received 104 patients immediately after the shooting and later received more wounded who were transferred from other hospitals because of the severity of their gunshot wounds, has 14 patients remaining, including three in critical condition.
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, which initially received 200 patients, still had 23 patients in critical condition and 22 others hospitalized on Friday morning.
Southern Hills and MountainView Hospital, both in the Sunrise Health System of hospitals, treated and released 20 patients .
Valley Health System’s six hospitals — Desert Springs, Spring Valley, Henderson, Valley, Summerlin and Centennial Hills — received 232 patients after the shooting. Twenty-five remained hospitalized, including eight in critical condition.
Doctors at the three St. Rose hospitals treated 71 victims collectively. Five remained at the St. Rose Dominican Hospital -Siena campus on Friday, four of them in critical condition.
In addition to wounding approximately 489 people, gunman Stephen Paddock, 64, of Mesquite killed 58 others before taking his life as police closed in.