Los Angeles-based Century City Doctors Hospital seeks buyer
Los Angeles Times, August 4, 2008
Los Angeles-based Century City Doctors Hospital is coping with deteriorating finances and weighing options that include a sale of the struggling hospital. The 176-bed facility has tried for months to get in better financial shape but has struggled to pay its growing debt, which the hospital estimates is as much as $60 million. If a sale isn't completed soon, the hospital could be forced to file for bankruptcy as early as this month.
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