Sutter Health’s 2007 financial report reflects a ’pretty stable’ company
Sacramento-based Sutter Health has reported a 4% increase in operating income, but volatility in the investment markets left bottom-line profits flat. The system earned $623 million in 2007, the same as 2006, while revenue increased 7% to $7.65 billion. Sutter CFO Robert Reed told the Sacramento Bee that the results show that Sutter's "business is pretty stable."
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