Healthy finances prepare Chicago-area provider for growth spurt
Chicago Tribune, May 1, 2008
Moody's Investors Service says Advocate Health Care, the Chicago area's largest medical care provider, has amassed $1.6 billion thanks to improving operations and investment returns. The cash will help as the nonprofit operator of eight hospitals looks to expand through acquisitions and construction in fast-growing Chicago suburbs where the number of insured patients is rising.
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