Connecticut hospital’s financial health sharply improves
Hartford Courant, January 18, 2008
After three straight years of increasingly dismal fiscal results, Bristol (CT) Hospital has posted a stunning turnaround. After $14 million in losses during the three previous years, the hospital's day-to-day operations came close to breaking even in 2007. The hospital's operating budget ended 2007 with a loss of $259,318. In 2006, it posted a $7,913,532 loss.
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