Sale of Pontiac, MI, hospital to doctors and McLaren nearly done
North Oakland Medical Centers, a 336-bed Pontiac, MI, hospital, has taken the final steps toward becoming Michigan's first full-service private hospital, with its sale to a physicians' group and the Flint-based McLaren Health Care system. McLaren will acquire a minority stake in the hospital and may help run the hospital.
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