Community Health Systems Buys into Five Oklahoma Hospitals

Community Health Systems, Inc. (NYSE: CYH) bought out its joint venture partner, INTEGRIS Health, to take full title to five hospitals in Oklahoma: Blackwell Regional Hospital (53 beds), Clinton Regional Hospital (56 beds), Marshall County Medical Center (25 beds), Mayes County Medical Center (52 beds) and Seminole Medical Center (32 beds). The five hospitals were previously owned through a joint venture between INTEGRIS and subsidiaries of Health Management Associates, Inc., which Community Health announced it would acquire in July 2013, for $7.6 billion. No price was disclosed on this deal.

 

 

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