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59 PRACTICE MANAGEMENT THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ADVERTISINGINDEX Note: Ad page number(s) given in parentheses ADVERTISER ASD Management. / / (626) 840-4248 (pg. 40) athenahealth. / (800) 981-5084 (pgs. 2, 8-13) B.E. Smith. / (855) 254-8261 (pg. 15) eSutures. / / (888) 416-2409 (pg. 42) PARA Healthcare Financial Services. / (800) 999-3332 (pg. 60) Surgical Directions. / / (312) 870-5600 (pg. 3) Stryker Performance Solutions. / / (800) 616-1406 (pg. 50) Tru-D. / (800) 774-5799 (pg. 47) xTend Healthcare. / / (800) 882-1325 (pgs. 43-46) Hospital & Health System Transactions Anderson Hospital in Maryville, Ill., became the corporate parent of 25-bed Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton, Ill., under an affiliation agreement signed by the boards of both hospitals. Louisville, Ky.-based Baptist Health moved forward with its purchase of Floyd Memorial Hospital in New Albany, Ind. Irving, Texas-based CHRISTUS Health final- ized a joint venture agreement with Hopkins County Hospital District, a one-hospital system in Sulphur Springs, Texas. e Delaware County Orphans Court approved the sale of Springfield, Pa.-based Crozer-Keystone Health System to Prospect Medical Holdings, a for-profit hospital opera- tor based in Los Angeles. Cuba (N.Y.) Memorial Hospital and Buffalo, N.Y.-based Kaleida Health entered into an affiliation agreement. Longview, Texas-based Good Shepherd Health System signed a memorandum of understanding to be acquired by Brentwood, Tenn.-based Duke LifePoint Healthcare. Aer waiting more than a year, Hackensack (N.J.) University Health Network and Nep- tune, N.J.-based Meridian Health received final legal approval to merge and form Hack- ensack Meridian Health. Medford Mass.-based Hallmark Health's board of trustees approved a letter of intent to join Burlington, Mass.-based Wellforce. HCA North Texas, part of Nashville, Tenn.- based Hospital Corporation of America, acquired 84-bed Forest Park Medical Center in Dallas from FPMC Realty Partners III and BT Forest Park Realty Partners. Ownership of Bakersfield, Calif.-based Kern Medical Center transferred to the Kern County Hospital Authority, a newly created and independent governing body. Louisville, Ky.-based Kindred Healthcare completed the acquisition of an additional long-term acute care hospital operated by Mechanicsburg, Pa.-based Select Medical Holdings Corp. and sold an additional LTAC hospital to Select. Metro Health, a single-hospital system in Wyoming, Mich., and University of Michigan signed a letter of intent for Metro Health to join U-M Health System in Ann Arbor. Marshall, Mich.-based Oaklawn Hospital and Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Borgess Health Alliance created a new organization called THINK Health. e Federal Trade Commission approved Toledo, Ohio-based ProMedica Health System's plan to divest Maumee, Ohio-based St. Luke's Hospital. Mount Vernon, Wash.-based Skagit Regional Health began leasing and operating Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics in Arlington, Wash. Southern Winds Hospital in Hialeah, Fla., was sold to 4225, an affiliate of Millennium Management in Miami. e California Attorney General's Office con- ditionally approved a merger between Irvine, Calif.-based St. Joseph Health and Renton, Wash.-based Providence Health & Services — a deal that would create the third-largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. St. Joseph Health — which includes Santa Rosa (Calif.) Memorial Hospital and Petaluma (Calif.) Valley Hospital — and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco signed a joint venture agreement to enhance and expand neonatal and pediatric services. Knoxville, Tenn.-based TeamHealth, a physician services organization, acquired the operations of Oceanside, Calif.-based Tri-City Emergency Medical Group. Arlington-based Texas Health Resources pur- chased Atrium Medical Center in Corinth, Texas, with plans to convert the long-term acute care hospital into an inpatient and out- patient behavioral health hospital. Leaders from UW Health and UnityPoint – Meriter in Madison, Wis., signed letters of intent to explore a joint operating agreement that would deepen their existing clinical col- laboration and combine their health insurance businesses. e Public Health and Health Planning Council within New York's Department of Health approved a plan to merge 317-bed WCA Hospital in Jamestown, N.Y., into Pitts- burgh-based UPMC.

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